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Paul McCartney
George Harrison
John Lennon
Ringo Starr
The Band members
George Harrison
Ringo Starr
Historical events of the 1960s
The Berlin wall (1961)
Protests against racial discrimination
The Quarrymen
Influenced by...
Elvis Presley
The Supremes
Fats Domino
Buddy Holly
The Four Seasons
The Rolling Stones
Chuck Berry
Albums
Rubber Soul (1965)
Revolver (1966)
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
The Beatles (1968)
Abbey Road (1969)
The Yellow Submarine was representative of a symbol of love
Continued effect
Influenced Artists
Elton John
Pink Floyd
Robbie Williams
Deep Purple
Queen
Michael Jackson
Coldplay
Green Day
Florence and the Machine
Their Future
John Lennon was murdered in December 1980 (aged 40)
George Harrison died of cancer in November 2001 (aged 58)
Ringo Starr has released nearly two dozen albums and continues to tour with his All Starr Band.
Paul McCartney continues record and tour all around the world
In Conclusion
A guarded barrier built between East and West Berlin by the USSR communist government to isolate the East from Western Europe.
A British group, formed by John Lennon and his school friends which eventually evolved into the Beatles.
“The Beatles’ legacy was their desire to be different. They revitalised popular music and were the catalyst for the further development and expansion of popular music horizons” (Lowe, 2007).
“Epstein brought intelligence, upper-class tastes, organisational skills and money to the Beatles”
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