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  • How The Beatles Made Their Way Across The Universe
    A Presentation By
    Ivan Moutinho
    Northeast High School
    Magnet Program
  • “It was 20 years ago today…”
    My interest of the band emerged with:
    A listening of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
    Meaning of George Harrison’s lyrics
    Band’s humble beginning
  • “Come together, right now…”
    The Beatles were one of the most positive influential forces of today’s society as a result of their:
    Music
    Presentation
    Philosophical views
  • “Roll over Beethoven we're rockin' in two by two…”
    Influenced society through their music.
    Music was unique and intriguing.
    England’s society disproval of rock ‘n roll led to innovative alternatives such as skiffle.
    The Beatle’s reluctance of limitations of music options to play.
  • “If you get too cold I’ll tax the heat…”
    The group’s music held aspects not heard in any other band’s work.
    Different combinations of genres of music.
    Instruments used in recordings not normally used in rock ‘n roll.
    Vocal Harmonies
    Constantly experimented with
    their songs
  • “I get by with a little help from my friends…”
    The popularity of The Beatles’ music grew greatly
    The development of Beatlemania
    Their music became a gateway for other artists in The British Invasion
    Inspired bands such as The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield
  • “When you talk about a revolution…”
    Today’s bands owe credit to the Fab Four
    Byrds
    Pink Floyd
    Oasis
    Billy Corgan
    Coldplay
    U2
    Deep Purple
    Ray Charles
  • “Out of college money spent…”
    The Technology used by the band continuously evolved
    Eight Album Tracks
    Artificial Double Tracking
    Sampling
  • “And In The End…”
    The band’s influence surpassed the test of time
    No other bands were as experimental and different
    They inspired today’s clothing and hair choices.
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