History Music / TheBeatles

20th May '17 12:58:33 PM bt8257
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* [[invoked]][[ThePeteBest Pete Best]] - drums, vocals (1960-1962)
* '''Music/GeorgeHarrison''' - guitar, lead vocals, sitar, bass, keyboard, percussion, synthesizer, ukelele, claves, tamboura, sound effects, maracas, tambourine, harmonica, kazoo, organ, drums, harmonium (1960-1970, 1994-1995, died 2001)
* '''Music/JohnLennon''' - guitar, lead vocals, harmonica, keyboard, percussion, bass, organ, tambourine, piano, harmonium, sound effects, cowbell, mellotron, clavioline, saxophone, glockenspiel, ukulele, synthesizer (1960-1969, died 1980)
* '''Music/PaulMcCartney''' - bass, lead vocals, guitar, keyboard, piano, percussion, drums, maracas, double bass, cowbell, organ, güiro, clavichord, sound effects, mellotron, recorder, timpani, bells, flugelhorn, trumpet, synthesizer (1960-1970, 1994-1995)

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* [[invoked]][[ThePeteBest Pete Best]] - drums, vocals (1960-1962)
(196062)
* '''Music/GeorgeHarrison''' - guitar, lead vocals, sitar, bass, keyboard, percussion, synthesizer, ukelele, claves, tamboura, sound effects, maracas, tambourine, harmonica, kazoo, organ, drums, harmonium (1960-1970, 1994-1995, (196070, 199495, died 2001)
* '''Music/JohnLennon''' - guitar, lead vocals, harmonica, keyboard, percussion, bass, organ, tambourine, piano, harmonium, sound effects, cowbell, mellotron, clavioline, saxophone, glockenspiel, ukulele, synthesizer (1960-1969, (196069, died 1980)
* '''Music/PaulMcCartney''' - bass, lead vocals, guitar, keyboard, piano, percussion, drums, maracas, double bass, cowbell, organ, güiro, clavichord, sound effects, mellotron, recorder, timpani, bells, flugelhorn, trumpet, synthesizer (1960-1970, 1994-1995)(196070, 199495)



* [[Music/RingoStarr Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr)]] - drums, lead vocals, percussion, keyboard, tambourine, maracas, bongos, timpani, cowbell, bells, cymbals, congas, piano, tubular bells, harmonica (1962-1970, 1994-1995)
* '''Stuart Sutcliffe''' - bass (1960-1961, died 1962)

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* [[Music/RingoStarr Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr)]] - drums, lead vocals, percussion, keyboard, tambourine, maracas, bongos, timpani, cowbell, bells, cymbals, congas, piano, tubular bells, harmonica (1962-1970, 1994-1995)
(196270, 199495)
* '''Stuart Sutcliffe''' - bass (1960-1961, (196061, died 1962)
12th May '17 8:29:08 PM NeonyandereHD
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* Yandere: "Run for your life".
3rd May '17 11:50:55 PM Lewis221990
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+ Music/ChuckBerry
+ Music/EddieCochran
+ Music/BoDiddley
+ Music/FatsDomino
+ Music/BobDylan
+ Music/TheEverlyBrothers

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+ Music/ChuckBerry
Music/FrankSinatra
+ Music/EddieCochran
Music/DeanMartin
+ Music/BoDiddley
+ Music/FatsDomino
+ Music/BobDylan
+ Music/TheEverlyBrothers
Music/JamesBrown



+ Music/RoyOrbison
+ Music/ElvisPresley

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+ Music/RoyOrbison
Music/TheCoasters
+ Music/ElvisPresleyMusic/TheDrifters



* FourTemperamentEnsemble: [[BrokenAce John]] was melancholic, [[HotBlooded Paul]] is choleric, George was phlegmatic, and [[ThePollyanna Ringo]] is sanguine.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: [[BrokenAce [[BunnyEarsLawyer John]] was cholerc, [[TheGenericGuy Paul]] is phlegmatic, George was melancholic, [[HotBlooded Paul]] is choleric, George was phlegmatic, and [[ThePollyanna Ringo]] is sanguine.
16th Apr '17 8:04:21 PM Golondrina
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*** Lennon [[WordOfGod also claimed]] that both "You Can't Do That" and "When I Get Home" (both on ''Music/AHardDaysNight'') were his attempts to emulate American R&B star WilsonPickett. "Run For Your Life" seemed to be a throwaway song written to fill out side 2 of ''Rubber Soul'', with an opening line stolen from "Baby Let's Play House" (a blues song popularized by Music/ElvisPresley) and the rest of the song branching out from there. It and ''[[Music/{{Help}}]]!''[='=]s "It's Only Love" were considered "{{Old Shame}}s" by Lennon, partially over the lyrics, which embarrassed him.

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*** Lennon [[WordOfGod also claimed]] that both "You Can't Do That" and "When I Get Home" (both on ''Music/AHardDaysNight'') were his attempts to emulate American R&B star WilsonPickett. "Run For Your Life" seemed to be a throwaway song written to fill out side 2 of ''Rubber Soul'', with an opening line stolen from "Baby Let's Play House" (a blues song popularized by Music/ElvisPresley) and the rest of the song branching out from there. It and ''[[Music/{{Help}}]]!''[='=]s ''Music/{{Help}}'''s "It's Only Love" were considered "{{Old Shame}}s" by Lennon, partially over the lyrics, which embarrassed him.
8th Apr '17 9:27:42 PM nombretomado
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* LicensedGame: ''The Beatles: RockBand'', which came out on September 9, 2009; it's managed to attract [[BrokenBase split opinions]], most detractors taking the ItsEasySoItSucks approach. The game features UnlockableContent in the form of picture/video galleries that are accompanied by band trivia/history.

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* LicensedGame: ''The Beatles: RockBand'', VideoGame/RockBand'', which came out on September 9, 2009; it's managed to attract [[BrokenBase split opinions]], most detractors taking the ItsEasySoItSucks approach. The game features UnlockableContent in the form of picture/video galleries that are accompanied by band trivia/history.



* MythologyGag: The fact that the remastered albums and their RockBand game were released on 9/9/09.[[labelnote:Punchline]]"Number Nine... Number Nine... Number Nine..."[[/labelnote]]

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* MythologyGag: The fact that the remastered albums and their RockBand ''VideoGame/RockBand'' game were released on 9/9/09.[[labelnote:Punchline]]"Number Nine... Number Nine... Number Nine..."[[/labelnote]]
5th Apr '17 7:44:32 PM Mdumas43073
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Four young lads from UsefulNotes/{{Liverpool}} who released some albums in TheSixties, and are credited by many for changing the face of rock and popular music, while for others they were at least major pioneers of the new style of pop rock, and were a major force of TheBritishInvasion. For many people, they are also the face of the 1960s. Which is not bad work, really.

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Four young lads from UsefulNotes/{{Liverpool}} who released some albums in TheSixties, and are credited by many for with changing the face of rock and popular music, while for others they were at least major pioneers of the new style of pop rock, and were a major force of TheBritishInvasion. For many people, they are also the face of the 1960s. Which is not bad work, really.
5th Apr '17 7:44:14 PM Mdumas43073
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the-beatles.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Clockwise from bottom left: Music/PaulMcCartney, Music/RingoStarr, Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Clockwise [[caption-width-right:320:Clockwise from bottom left: Music/PaulMcCartney, Music/RingoStarr, Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison.]]
5th Apr '17 7:39:59 PM Mdumas43073
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Four young lads from Liverpool who released some albums in TheSixties, and are credited by many for changing the face of rock and popular music, while for others they were at least major pioneers of the new style of pop rock, and were a major force of TheBritishInvasion. For many people, they are also the face of the 1960s. Which is not bad work, really.

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Four young lads from Liverpool UsefulNotes/{{Liverpool}} who released some albums in TheSixties, and are credited by many for changing the face of rock and popular music, while for others they were at least major pioneers of the new style of pop rock, and were a major force of TheBritishInvasion. For many people, they are also the face of the 1960s. Which is not bad work, really.
5th Apr '17 7:38:54 PM Mdumas43073
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the-beatles.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Clockwise from bottom left: Music/PaulMcCartney, Music/RingoStarr, Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison.]]

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the-beatles.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Clockwise [[caption-width-right:300:Clockwise from bottom left: Music/PaulMcCartney, Music/RingoStarr, Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison.]]
19th Feb '17 11:52:04 PM bt8257
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''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' is considered by many critics to be one of the greatest rock albums of all time; it also has one of the most parodied and homaged album covers in the history of music. The simpler image on the cover of ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the band walking in near-lockstep across the street]] is a close competitor for the most homaged cover, as is the half-shadowed band portrait that was used on the British album ''Music/WithTheBeatles'' and its American equivalent/{{Macekre}} ''Meet The Beatles''.

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''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' is considered by many critics to be one of the greatest rock albums of all time; it also has one of the most parodied and homaged album covers in the history of music. The simpler image on the cover of ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the band walking in near-lockstep across the street]] is a close competitor for the most homaged cover, as is the half-shadowed band portrait that was used on the British album ''Music/WithTheBeatles'' and its American equivalent/{{Macekre}} equivalent[=/=]{{Macekre}} ''Meet The Beatles''.
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