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FIRST ALBUM
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MICHAEL JACKSON
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ROCK MUSIC
POP
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LITTLE THING
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OUTSELLING
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Definitions

  1. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Grand Funk Railroad and The Who began the practice of live performances for large audiences in stadiums and arenas.
  2. The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and numerous other British bands reintroduced to America the broad potential of rock and roll as a creative medium. (Web site)
  3. The Beatles were transmitted live from Abbey Road Studios, and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was recorded live during the show.
  4. The Beatles were all big Presley fans.[ 265] John Lennon said: "Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis.
  5. The Beatles are the most represented band on the list, with seven songs.

Jay-Z

  1. One such example is the a cappella release of Jay-Z 's Black Album, which Danger Mouse mixed with the Beatles ' White Album to create The Grey Album. (Web site)

Forty Years

  1. Forty years before the Beatles led the British Invasion of the American musical scene, there was a similar American musical invasion of the U.K.: jazz.
  2. Forty years ago John Lennon was embroiled in a controversy over his statement that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus. (Web site)

Garth Brooks

  1. He outsold everybody except Elvis and the Beatles and was only recently eclipsed in the country market by the dynamo entrepreneur, Garth Brooks.
  2. Early next year is is expected that Garth Brooks will surpass the Beatles as the biggest selling recording artist of all time.

Country Music

  1. Like the Beatles in rock, Randy Travis marks a generational shift in country music. (Web site)

Top Spot

  1. The song reached number one in January 1970, ousting The Beatles ' " Let It Be " from the top spot of Billboard Hot 100.

Breakup

  1. Wings was formed in August 1971, shortly after the breakup of The Beatles, by ex-Beatle Paul McCartney.

Guitars

  1. I got turned onto this music by watching the Beatles and the Rolling Stones actually on TV playing their guitars.

Rock Band

  1. The surviving members of the Beatles unveiled new details about their upcoming "Rock Band" videogame at the E3 videogame conference in Los Angeles.

Zeppelin

  1. Arena rock's origins can be traced to the late 1960s, with bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and The Who. (Web site)
  2. What the Beatles were to the sixties, Led Zeppelin was to the seventies. (Web site)

Tour

  1. In 1963, with the Beatles as his opening act, on a tour of parts of Europe, Little Richard backslid from the ministry.
  2. In 1963, he headlined a British tour with The Beatles, but by the end of the tour he was playing second fiddle to the Fab Four as Beatlemania gathered pace. (Web site)
  3. Also, you might not know that he actually toured with the Beatles on their second U.S. tour while playing in King Curtis' band. (Web site)

James Brown

  1. It wasn't the Beatles, it was James Brown, and every single black kid in our high school was transformed by his music and by the message. (Web site)

Bob Marley

  1. El Club de Tobi Instrumental string quartet that plays Beatles, Bob Marley and songs of their own.
  2. SOURCE: The Scotsman 1 week ago I'm gonna [put] Bob Marley, Elvis and Beatles posters up and a picture of my grandfather.

Roy Orbison

  1. During their tour of Europe, an impressed Roy Orbison encouraged The Beatles to come to the United States.

Johnny Cash

  1. Competing with a flurry of releases during its opening week (Jay-Z, The Beatles, Johnny Cash and others), Daughtry proved to be commercially viable. (Web site)

Greatest Hits

  1. So EMI issued this stopgap collection of 16 older recordings for the European market, in effect creating the first "Beatles Greatest Hits" album.
  2. Earlier in 1982, E.M.I. had considered a new "Greatest Hits" double album, and prepared "The Beatles Greatest Hits" as the next big T.V. advertised album. (Web site)
  3. Combined this series is the closest thing to a "Beatles Greatest Hits" available.

Best

  1. Their compositions for The Beatles remain among the best known songs in rock and pop music.
  2. Best played there with his first band, The Black Jacks, and later with The Beatles.
  3. The rest of it is pretty enough in its slick, sedentary way, but bears little relation to the fresh melodicism of the Beatles, or even the best of Wings. (Web site)

Contemporaries

  1. He also covered material by contemporaries like the Grateful Dead, the Beatles, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen, and others. (Web site)

Kiss

  1. Rush currently place fifth behind The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, KISS and Aerosmith for the most consecutive gold and platinum albums by a rock band.

Power Pop

  1. A listener who has heard the 1960s smash " A Hard Day's Night " by The Beatles or the 2003 hit " Stacy's Mom " by Fountains of Wayne has heard power pop.

Inspiration

  1. There had been many groups that drew inspiration from the Beatles and the Stones, but none had been so self-consciously reverent as the Nazz. (Web site)

Likes

  1. Well for me it's got to be the likes of George Martin from the Beatles.

Nirvana

  1. SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle 1 month ago The music was inspired by the Beatles, Nirvana, the Cure, PJ Harvey, Radiohead — and all good music.

Cobain

  1. Cobain even admitted that his song "About A Girl" was essentially an attempt to write a Beatles song. (Web site)

Listening

  1. I'm not the Beatles fan in my family (although I grew up listening to the music).
  2. Cobain once related that he wrote "About a Girl" after spending three hours listening to Meet The Beatles!. (Web site)

Popular Music

  1. The Beatles pioneered the use of a cello in popular music, in songs such as " Eleanor Rigby " and " Strawberry Fields Forever ".
  2. In terms of his influence on popular music and popular culture he is rivaled only by Elvis Presley and The Beatles. (Web site)

Boys

  1. The 3 B's still rule the day (The Beatles, The Beach Boys and The Band), all with Dr. Dog's unique spin on it.
  2. I'm still nowhere near an expert on punk rock, but after spending the last couple of years getting aquainted with the Beatles, Beach Boys, Dylan, etc.
  3. The first power pop band was the Raspberries[?] in the early 1970s; they drew heavily on the Who, the Byrds, the Beach Boys and the Beatles.

Wailers

  1. Bob Marley and the Wailers surpass the Beatles in all truth. (Web site)

First Album

  1. By 1966, the Stones had decided to respond to the Beatles ' increasingly complex albums with their first album of all-original material, Aftermath.
  2. Hope was the first album by Capitol Records to ever receive worldwide simultaneous release - an achievement the Beatles never attained. (Web site)

Wings

  1. Paul McCartney of the Beatles, Wings, and several other projects tends to favor a subdued, melodic approach a little further back in the mix.
  2. Between his work with The Beatles and as a solo artist and leader of Wings, McCartney has written or co-written more than 50 Top Ten singles.
  3. He has a record twenty-nine U.S. #1 singles, twenty of them with The Beatles, the rest with Wings and as a solo artist.

Miles Davis

  1. It has been said that Teo Macero was to Miles Davis what George Martin is to the Beatles.

John Coltrane

  1. As a composer, I have been influenced by jazz, classical, pop and film composers from Bach to the Beatles, from John Coltrane to John Williams. (Web site)

Pink Floyd

  1. It's a straight-up, down-the-middle, classic and progressive rock record that combines the best of the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and David Bowie into one.
  2. Pink Floyd are played on classic rock radio with the same frequency as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Who.

Cover

  1. In December, The Who became only the third band, after the Beatles and the Band, to ever be featured on the cover of Time Magazine.
  2. The middle of 1968 saw the band busy recording the double album The Beatles, popularly known as The White Album because of its plain white cover.
  3. Two songs are directly inspired by the Beatles, the Walrus' favorite band to cover.

Jimi Hendrix

  1. Highly influenced by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and even David Bowie he started playing guitar at the age of 12.
  2. Aldridge taught himself how to play drums and was inspired by Cream, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin and drummers Joe Morello and John Bonham.
  3. McFarlane Toys has replicated some of rock music's greatest icons including Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles and Motley Crue.

Hamburg

  1. After Hamburg, Stuart Sutcliffe had left and now The Beatles were a four-piece band and Paul took over as bass guitarist.

Michael Jackson

  1. Just as Michael Jackson had his Quincy Jones and the Beatles had their George Martin, Miles too had his perfect creative foil in producer Teo Macero.
  2. Mariah Carey is the only artist since the Beatles and Michael Jackson to have so many #1 singles and albums. (Web site)

Punk

  1. When punk was first emerging, the Clash sang: "no Elvis, Beatles or Rolling Stones in 1977".
  2. Once ignored and unappreciated, the Ramones are now rightly hailed for what they were: a groundbreaking quartet that emerged as the Beatles of punk.
  3. Antonello: My favorite artists are The Beatles and the Italian composer Franco Battiato but I listen every kind of music except reggae or punk or hip hop.

Rock Music

  1. The Beatles Posters and Prints The Beatles is probably the best known band in the history of rock music and to many people they are the best band ever.
  2. The Beatles ' influence on rock music and popular culture was—and remains—immense. (Web site)

Pop

  1. I also have a wide range of musical tastes: Elvis, Beatles, 70s and 80s(from ABBA and Bread to ZZ Top); jazz; country; contemporary Christian; pop; rock.
  2. His music influenced classical composers such as Pierre Boulez and George Benjamin, but it also shaped pop stars like the Beatles, Beck, and Radiohead.
  3. Wings was a pop - rock band led by Paul McCartney, formed after the dissolution of the Beatles.

Pop Rock

  1. Melodic Brit influenced pop rock: Think The Beatles meet The Cure with a touch of Queen, The Smiths and Depeche Mode thrown in for good measure. (Web site)
  2. They went from prog rock to pop rock to Beatles parody to several points in between. (Web site)

Debut Album

  1. The album broke records, as McFly were the youngest band to have a debut album enter the charts in the top position, beating The Beatles.
  2. On Ambulance Ltd.'s debut album, one can find a number of stylistic influences from the Beatles and the Stones to Spiritualized, Elliot Smith and the Smiths.

April 1990

  1. In April 1990, he played on the band's cover of The Beatles ' " Come Together ", which appeared on an EP called Loudest Love. (Web site)

Little Thing

  1. For the song by the Beatles, see Every Little Thing (song).

Popularity

  1. The music fell between that of The Beach Boys and The Beatles in both style and popularity.
  2. When questioned what group was most likely to succeed The Beatles ' popularity, John Lennon named ABBA.
  3. Barbara Mason came from Philadelphia with a giant hit in 1965 that outsold some of the records made by the Beatles at the height of their popularity.

Outselling

  1. By 1970, The Guess Who had sold more records than the entire Canadian recording industry to that point, even outselling the Beatles that year.

April 1970

  1. He released the record, McCartney, in April 1970, two weeks before the Beatles ' Let It Be was scheduled to hit the stores. (Web site)

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