The Evolution of The Beatles
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This paper studies how the Beatles, arguably the most popular and influential band of the 20th century, changed throughout its career. Given the magnitude of influence the Beatles's had on the music scene during the 1960s and 1970s, the paper can also be seen as a biography of rock during those decades as well. The paper offers a year-by-year analysis of the Beatles, from their beginnings in 1957, when John Lennon started the Quarrymen. The paper offers critiques of songs and albums, explaining how each they represent what was going on with the band and its members.
From the Paper:"No one knew that what started out as a shabby little tavern band created by John Lennon in 1957, would lead to a world changing, record shattering, generation captivating phenomena known today as The Beatles. Culturally I have never experienced anything like The Beatles. By the time I was seven, I was sitting listening to Beatles albums on my mom's old record player, and this was several years after The Beatles had split up. Their music defined a generation and influenced every one that followed."
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