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The Beatles

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Alin Brena

on 4 September 2012

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The Beatles The Beatles were an English rock band, born in Liverpool in 1962. Composed by... George Harrison (guitar). 1943-2001 Ringo Starr (Drums) Ringo Starr (drums) Ringo Starr (Drums) Paul McCartney (bass and choirs) John Lennon (Voice and Guitar).1940-1980 Can you name any album of the Beatles and at least one song? "Please , please me" was recorded in March of 1963. which is the Beatles' first record. and the hit you may know is "Love me do" "With the Beatles" was also recorded in 1963 in November, the Beatles' second album and the hit you may know is "Please, mister postman" "Introducing...The Beatles" is the third record, out for sale in January the 10th, the interesting fact about this album is that it was the first one recorded in the U.S and it has two versions: The British one and the American one. the hit you may know is "I saw her standing there" "Meet the Beatles" is the second try of recording in the U.S, this time, later, they would record, more albums with an other record company(Parlophone). It has the same songs as "Introducing...The Beatles" The songs of this album were taken from other albums recorded in the U.K. a hit you may know of this album is "She loves you" "A hard day's night" is an album full of hits and has (as most of the Beatles' albums) the British and the American version. A hit you may know is "A hard day's night" "Something new" is an album recorded in the U.S in July of 1964. On this album we can hear the polemic German version of "I wanna hold you hand". This album was also supported by the record company "parlophone" to be sold among the American army. a hit you can find in this album is "If i fell" "Beatles for sale" is the fourth album recorded in the U.K this album is also under the label of Parlophone. a hit you may know of this album is "Eight days a week" "Beatles 65'" was, not only recorded in the us, but it was only sold in the us, a hit you may know of this album is: "Rock and Roll music" "The early Beatles" is an American copy of "Please please me", the first album. "The early Beatles" was recorded in March of 1965 and a hit you may know is: "Twist and shout" "Beatles VI" was the sixth album recorded in the us. there are two songs that where only sold in the american version of the album: "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" and "Bad Boy". a hit you may know of this album is: "Yes it is" "Help!" is the fifth british album recorded by the Beatles in june 1965.a hit you may know of this album is "Help!" "Rubber Soul" was recorded in December 1965 in the u.k, by this time, the Beatles met Bob Dylan, who made a really close friendship with George and John. Bob Dylan was a very strong influence for this album and a hit you may know is "drive my car" "Yesterday and today" is an American album recorded in 1966, a hit you may know is: "yesterday" "Revolver" was recorded in the u.k in 1966. this is a new era for the Beatles because they are going to start experimenting with new drugs like lsd, and some others, this is going to contribute a lot to the lyrics and the way to mix the music. a hit you may know is "Eleanor Rigby" The "Sargent Pepper's lonely hearts club band" is the best album in the history of music. is the first of the top five hundred. this album was supposed to be called "Doctor Pepper" but in the u.s there's a fizzy cola called "Dr.Pepper" so that is why thy couldn't call it as they wanted to. a hit you may know is "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" "The magical mystery tour" is one of the most famous albums ever recorded by the Beatles and it was recorded in the us, and a hit you may know is "All you need is love" By this time, John Lennon was married to Yoko Ono, this means the beginning of the end for the Beatles. in this album they had a fight over "who was going to put his song in the album" they decided to put at least one song of each. this album was recorded in November 1968 in the U.K and a hit you may know is "Revolution", and this album is known as "The BEATLES" or "The white album" "Yellow submarine" is the sound track of a movie called "Yellow submarine" about the Beatles. it was recorded in January 1969 and a hit you may know is "Yellow Submarine" (one of the most known song in the whole world) "Abbey Road" is considered the top album, the master piece of the Beatles. what most of people don't know is that, The Beatles didn't record this album together, as a band. They recorded the songs of this album, each one his song, with a guest. Alan Parsons took part of it, Geoff Emerik as well. a hit you may know is "Come together" composed by John Lennon. Most of Let It Be was recorded in January 1969, before the recording and release of the album Abbey Road.The recording sessions for the album did not run smoothly, Yoko Ono was starting to attend to every recording session, that really pissed Paul McCartney off, due to several fights they had. Let it be is the Beatles' master piece and a hit you may know is "Let It Be" Interesting information about The Beatles John Lennon was killed in December 1980 at the age of 40. he was killed in the door of the building where he used to live by a men called Mark David Chapman. He was from Honolulu Hawaii. He killed John Lennon with five hollow ended bullets in the chest. Yoko Ono asked for no funeral for John. She said:"There is not going to be a funeral for john, john loved and pray for the human race, do the same for him. Love, Yoko and Sean" Mark David Chapman McCartney was born on 18 June 1942, in Walton Hospital, Liverpool, England, where his mother, Mary (née Mohin), had qualified to practise as a nurse. His father, James ("Jim") McCartney, was absent from his son's birth due to his work as a volunteer firefighter during World War II. Paul has one younger brother, Michael (born 7 January 1944). Though baptised in their mother's Roman Catholic faith, Jim, a Protestant turned agnostic, felt Catholic schools sacrificed the education of their students for the sake of their religious teachings, so they did not emphasise religion in the household. Baby Paul McCartney Lennon was born in war-time England, on 9 October 1940 at Liverpool Maternity Hospital to Julia (née Stanley) and Alfred Lennon, a merchant seaman who was away at the time of his son's birth. He was named John Winston Lennon after his paternal grandfather, John "Jack" Lennon, and then-Prime Minister Winston Churchill. His father was often away from home but sent regular pay cheques to 9 Newcastle Road, Liverpool, where Lennon lived with his mother, but the cheques stopped when he went absent without leave in February 1944. When he eventually came home six months later, he offered to look after the family, but Julia—by then pregnant with another man's child—rejected the idea. Baby john Lennon Ringo Starr was born on 7 July 1940, at 9 Madryn Street, Dingle, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, the son of Elsie (née Gleave) and Richard Starkey, a confectioner. His paternal grandfather was born with the surname "Parkin", and later adopted his stepfather's surname, "Starkey". Starr's parents split up when he was three years old and his mother subsequently married Harry Graves. who encouraged his interest in music. When he was three years old, Starr's family moved to a smaller house at 10 Admiral Grove. Starr attended an Evangelical Anglican church during his childhood. He was afflicted by illness for much of his early years. When aged six, he had appendicitis, which developed complications, causing him to fall into a coma. At thirteen, he developed chronic pleurisy and was admitted to a sanatorium, where he stayed for two years. After this extended hospital visit he did not return to school. The periods of hospitalisation left him behind scholastically, and as a result he was ineligible to attend a grammar school or even sit its Eleven plus qualifying examination. Baby Ringo Star Harrison was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on 25 February 1943, the last of four children to Harold Hargreaves Harrison and his wife Louise,Harrison's first home – 12 Arnold Grove
Harrison was born in the house where he lived for his first six years: 12 Arnold Grove, Wavertree, Liverpool, which was a small 2 up, 2 down terraced house in a cul-de-sac, with an alley to the rear. The only heating was a single coal fire, and the toilet was outside. In 1950 the family were offered a council house, and moved to 25 Upton Green, Speke. He had one sister, Louise, born 16 August 1931, and two brothers, Harry, born 1934, and Peter, born 20 July 1940. His mother was a Liverpool shop assistant, and his father was a bus conductor who had worked as a ship's steward on the White Star Line. His mother's family had Irish roots and were Roman Catholic; his maternal grandfather, John French, was born in County Wexford, Ireland, emigrating to Liverpool where he married a local girl, Louise Woollam. His first school was Dovedale Primary School, very close to Penny Lane, the same school as John Lennon who was a couple of years ahead of him. He passed his 11-plus examination and achieved a place at the Liverpool Institute for Boys (in the building that now houses the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts), which he attended from 1954 to 1959. Baby George Harriason George Harrison died of lung cancer in October 2001 I hope you now love them as much as I do
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