The Beatles: Most Influential Rock Bands in History

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"There's nothing you can make that can't be made, No one you can save that can't be saved, nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time - it’s easy", this quote is taken from the song all you need is love by The Beatles. The Beatle's started out as four normal people and then in the 1960 they all come as the group called the Beatles. The members of The Beatles were Paul Mccartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. The Beatles are one of the most influential rock bands in history. Today we are going to look into the early years of the Beatles, the raising fame of the Beatles career and the end of the Beatles. How did the Beatles become a group? This is details about the early years of the Beatles. How did they become legendary? The Beatles were four normal people who meet each other day after day. It took a long period of time to change their name to the Beatles. The old names were Jonny and the Moondogs, and long john and the beetles. The Beatles, they genuinely fitted and took over as the most commended rock star appreciated as the Beatles. The Beatles started in 1960 (Ktrek, 2005.) This was a period where the Beatles comprised mostly their dance and pop music dating from 1963 through 1965 The Beatle’s raising fame. Next came the middle years where the Beatles experimented with sound and music and also developed rock music like never before, rock music beyond just dance music (Ktrek, 2005.) The Beatles sound grew progressively with each album coming their way; culminating with many believes to be the masterpiece of rock music. They made many albums at this point like Rubber Soul in 1965, Revolver in 1966, and many more albums. The Beatles had their unbelievable end; leaving us with a message Let It Be, a song by the Beatles in 1970. They were on that final long and successful road. The Beatles were running out of ideas. Their song Abby Road is the best song of this period, but songs have their dull moment. The songs...
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