History Awesome / TheBeatles

1st Aug '17 7:48:53 AM Briguy52748
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* CoolOldGuy: At age 71, and in an era where artists like Music/{{Kesha}}, Music/TaylorSwift, Music/KanyeWest, Music/LadyGaga, Music/BrunoMars, Music/KennyChesney and other young pop-oriented and country artists are top concert attractions, Music/PaulMcCartney remains solidly in that group of top concert attractions, regularly selling out top venues and drawing fans both young and old. Word has it that Music/RingoStarr is also equal to [=McCartney=] coolness-wise.

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* CoolOldGuy: At age 71, 75, and in an era where artists like Music/{{Kesha}}, Music/TaylorSwift, Music/KanyeWest, Music/LadyGaga, Music/BrunoMars, Music/KennyChesney and other young pop-oriented and country artists are top concert attractions, Music/PaulMcCartney remains solidly in that group of top concert attractions, regularly selling out top venues and drawing fans both young and old. Word has it that Music/RingoStarr is also equal to [=McCartney=] coolness-wise.
29th Sep '16 5:03:44 AM Nick7689
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* They're the best selling band ''of all time!'' They're also tied with Music/ElvisPresley as the best selling recording artist in history.
15th Jul '16 3:49:52 AM bt8257
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* The rooftop concert. John's sign-off, "I'd like to thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves and I hope we passed the audition", is a [[MeaningfulEcho Meaningful Echo of Awesome]].

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* The rooftop concert. John's sign-off, "I'd like to thank you say 'thank you' on behalf of the group and ourselves ourselves, and I hope we passed the audition", is a [[MeaningfulEcho Meaningful Echo of Awesome]].



* "Twist and Shout" was also recorded in a single take. What's more, a second take would have not been possible because John's voice was shot. And it was recorded as the last song of the session for their first album. Which (except the four songs from their previous singles) was recorded ''in a single day''. And this while they still were abiding to the normal studio time schedule. ''[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking While they had a cold]]''.

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* "Twist and Shout" was also recorded in a single take. What's more, a second take would have not been possible because John's voice was shot. And it was recorded as the last song of the session for their first album. Which (except the four songs from their previous singles) was recorded ''in a single day''. And this while they still were abiding to the normal studio time schedule. ''[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking While they John had a cold]]''.
15th Nov '15 2:38:37 PM kchishol
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** Furthermore, even Music/ElvisPresley fans have to concede: when the Beatles' music is rereleased yet again over the decades in a new recording medium, it's consistently ''headline'' entertainment news!

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** Furthermore, even Music/ElvisPresley fans have to concede: when the Beatles' music is rereleased yet again over the decades in a new recording medium, it's consistently ''headline'' entertainment news!news with major multi-generational fan anticipation.
15th Nov '15 2:37:21 PM kchishol
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** Furthermore, even Music/ElvisPresley fans have to concede: when the Beatles' music is rereleased yet again over the decades in a new recording medium, it's consistently ''headline'' entertainment news!
13th Nov '15 7:08:57 AM Trueman001
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** This troper saw McCartney's Seattle show two years ago. 47,000 people in attendance. He played 2 1/2 hours with NO intermission, then brought out the surviving members of Nirvana for the encore. Artists one-third his age can't beat that.

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** This troper saw McCartney's Seattle A good example was a show two years ago. McCartney did in Seattle. 47,000 people were in attendance. He played 2 1/2 hours with NO intermission, then brought out the surviving members of Nirvana for the encore. Artists one-third his age can't beat that.
13th Nov '15 7:04:41 AM Trueman001
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* On the 11th November 2015, {{ITV}} screened a special called "The Nation's Favourite Beatles Number 1", which was [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a countdown of the nation's favourite Beatles tracks]] and an overview of their career. They said of several things "only the Beatles could have pulled this off".
25th May '15 9:07:02 PM AriRockefeller
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* They had one of the most bizarre (for the day) contract riders: wherein ''they refused to play in front of a segregated audience''. [[Music/FrankSinatra Ol' Blue Eyes]] wasn't the only one bringing down barriers way back when.
13th May '15 12:29:25 PM aleksalynn
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**This troper saw McCartney's Seattle show two years ago. 47,000 people in attendance. He played 2 1/2 hours with NO intermission, then brought out the surviving members of Nirvana for the encore. Artists one-third his age can't beat that.
20th Feb '15 11:42:42 AM AnotherGuy
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* The final chord of "A Day In The Life".

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* The final chord of "A Day In The Life".Life", called "the most famous E-chord in history".
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