The Beatles were an English rock band, formed in Liverpool in 1960. The initial formation was John, Paul, George, Stuart and Pete. Stuart left the group in 61, and Pete was replaced by Starr.
The Beatles' drop-T logo The Beatles' iconic "drop-T“ logo, was based on an Impromptu sketch by instrument retailer and designed by Ivor Arbiter, in 1963. The Logo was first used on the front of Starr's bass drum.
Beatlemania Beatlemania is a term originally used to describe the intense fan frenzy of the Beatles. The term acquired a broader meaning, referring to the strong global interest in the band, occurring at rates unprecedented in history.
Presley, Dylan, and "We're more popular than Jesus Christ" Elvis Presley asked the President Richard Nixon that he forbade the entry of The Beatles in the United States. Peter Guralnick wrote, "The Beatles, Elvis seconds, [...] were anti-American. They came to America, made fortune, and returned to England”. In contrast, Bob Dylan said: "America must build statues of the Beatles. They helped bring back the pride of the country.“ After the interview that Lennon gave and said that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus Christ, fundamentalist Christians were angry about the sentence of Lennon and protested. Later, John publicly apologized for the statement and was forgiven by Pope Benedict XVI.
Visit to NYC The first visit of the Beatles in United States, is one of the most important moments of the Band history and the history of the world rock.
The Beatles Haircut Who created the famous Beatles haircut was Astrid Kirchner, Stu's girlfriend.
The Beatles were the first to make video clips of their songs.
The album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was the first record in the world to come with a booklet with pictures and lyrics.
Before the name "The Beatles ", the band had several other names: "The Quarrymen", "The Rainbow", "Johnny & The Moondogs, “Long John & The Silver Beatles" and "The Silver Beatles“.
The song "Good Morning, Good Morning" was inspired by a cereal commercial.
The Beatles have sold nearly two billion discs and tapes.
The Beatles were the first to put pieces back and forth in songs.
Paul wrote “Hey Jude” to john's son.
The song "Let It Be" was written after Paul had a dream about his mother, who died, and the dream she said that everything would be fine.
Abbey Road The 12th album released by The Beatles. It was released on September 26, 1969, and bears the name of the London street where is the Abbey Road studios. This album is among the Definitive 200 albums in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
They participated in three films: A Hard Day's
Night, Help!, andMagicalMystery Tour.
An animated film Yellow Submarine.
And the film, Across the Universe, with only
Theend The relation of members was already worn. Paul was more "boss ", George and Ringo were far from the band, and John took Yoko Ono to the tests of the band, wanting her to participate in everything. And that led to discord among the members and aggravated the situation.
About Paul supposed dead Chris: Remember when you were with The Beatles. And you were supposed to be dead and there was all these clues… Like… You play some song backwards and it says like “Paul is dead”. And I remember I thought that you were dead and……. Paul: Yep. Chris: Um……. That was a hoax, right?
About Paul supposed dead Paul: Yeah. I wasn’t really dead.
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