Beatles Influence On Popular Music

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Throughout history there are many characters who stood out for their great skills in music as Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, Bach, and Vivaldi. The Beatles are considered as one of the most important and influential groups of all times. Even 40 years after they disbanded, they are still current reference in the music scene, and influence new artist that see them like role models to follow. It is fair to say that there are not many artists that have not been influenced by the Beatles. There were a group of factors which helped the Beatles get popular in a short time. The Beatles were lucky enough to have perfect timing with different world events; there was an exponential demographic growth after the World War II. The 60s were a decade marked by the rebellion against the system, drug use and search for liberty. The Beatles are…show more content…
“I Want to Hold Your Hand” was the first Beatles’ song that was officially realized in America, and it had an indisputable success in with a good response of the public to a group that was relatively unknown in the country. Lyrics are the message of the song and the correct game of words are crucial to make a song a hit. “I want to hold your hand” is not only the title of the song also it is part of the chorus. The song’ message is superficial because all the song is about a man asking permission to hold the hand of his lover. He is not declaring his feelings in a romantic or interesting way. Moreover, it is unclear whether his intentions are serious or just for the moment. Even though, “I Want to Hold Your Hand” could be consider a boring song for its lacking in depth was a hit when it was released. The rhythm is fast and transmits happiness just by listen to it. The main characteristic of the Beatles’ song during the mop-top era was the simple the better. Since, their career was started they wanted to be recognize in order to success in the music

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