That The Beatles Acclerated The Change In Society.

Hypothesis: "That the music of the Beatles accelerated the change of society".
By the time the fifties was over the world was looking for a fresh new sound and look in the music industry. It came in the shape and form of four young Liverpoodlians. As John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr (Richard Starky) shook their mop tops and strummed out their new style of Rock 'n' Roll, an entire generation stood up and took notice and knew that society would never be the same. And it wasn't, the Beatles changed everything.
During the period of the 1960's the super group known as the Beatles took total control of a culture, which in some ways had managed to avoid the grasp of ...

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religion, the whole of the rock world would do the same. If they took a guru or abandoned one, gave peace a chance or even did it in the road (Abbey Road), the world of rock took notice and did the same, tried to do the same or just wanted to do the same.
The origin of the phenomenon that became the Beatles can be traced back to 1957. Paul McCartney was picked from an audition for a position in John Lennons then band "The Quarrymen". Another member of this band was a 15-year-old guitarist, George Harrison. Within a few years, after a number of different drummers and band names, they found a full time drummer, in Ringo Starr, and a full time name with "The Beatles".
The spelling came to John Lennon in a dream "a man in a flaming pie appeared and said you shall be Beetles with an A" he recalled. Shortly after a number one hit was released (I Want To Hold Your Hand) and a string of number one hits was to follow, 20 in all, which included: Love Me Do (1964), Ticket To Ride (1965), ...

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respondents. But this small difference in opinion was not nearly enough to stop me feeling that The Beatles accelerated the change of society. This is only a very minute section of the people who grew up with the music and lifestyle of The Beatles. I could have surveyed another group who all may have said that The Beatles played a huge part in their life when growing up, it was just a group that obviously wasn't into that kind of music and lifestyle. The general feeling with the respondents was that The Beatles helped the change in society, but they were not the only ones. This is very true, they couldn't have done it all them selves, they had the help of many other rock bands that were ...

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