The Band: The Beatles

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The Beatles is a Band that was formed in the 1960s. Members that was included in the band was John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They were the best-selling band in history with millions of sales. They received ten Grammy Awards, an Academy Award for the Best Original Song and fifteen Novello Awards. The group was enlisted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988, and all four were enlisted individually from 1994 to 2015. The Band was ended in 1970.[Wikipedia.com]

The Beatles released 13 albums in only 7 years. There’s no denying that the beatles changed the music industry from the way album appears, to writing their own music, to recording techniques. The Early Members of the Beatles included Pete Best,
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The Beatles had involved themselves in creating only the mono mixes for the first four albums; the stereo mixes were prepared without their supervision. However, because by the late 1960s stereo record players became more common, their final two albums were mixed and released on stereo only. John Lennon was born in Liverpool, England on 9th October 1940. [Biography.com] He is regarded by many to have founded the Beatles. He is often seen by historians as the band 's leader. When people refer to the Beatles, individually it is usually John 's name spoken first. John 's personal history is also the most neglected out of the four Beatles, although this could have something to do with the tragic circumstances of his death in 1980. Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool, England on the 18th June 1942. He is regarded by many to be the most proficient Beatle, he taught himself a number of instruments such as Piano, Drums, Guitar and his primary instrument, Bass. Paul studied at the Liverpool Institute with George…show more content…
George Harrison was born on February 25th 1943 in Liverpool, England. Compared to John, Paul and Ringo, George 's early life was pretty stable and he had the love and support of all his family. But George was far from finished where his life was concerned. In 1950, his family moved out of Arnold Grove and over to 25 Upton Green in Speke, an area which houses what was then called Liverpool airport. It 's now known as the Liverpool John Lennon airport. Richard Starkey was born on July 7th 1940 in Liverpool, England. As a young child, Richard was in and out of hospital with various of illnesses. Richard had many dreams when he was a teenager, one was that he wanted to go to sea as a merchant seamen, another was to move to Houston, Texas. It was during a stunt at Butlins holiday camp that Richard decided on a stage name: Ringo Starr, on the account that he wore a lot of rings. By 1962, John Paul and George realised that Ringo was the drummer they needed. Ringo was the last to join the Beatles and the band was complete. The Former members include: Pete was the Beatles original drummer for two years before Ringo joined, then he was dismissed from the band. Stuart Sutcliffe was the original bass player of the Beatles before Paul took over. While the band were in Hamburg they met a photographer named Astrid who took the portraits of the Beatles. Stuart and Astrid fell in love and Stuart left the Beatles in 1961 to stay in Hamburg with her to pursue his love of painting. Jimmie
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