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- The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Grand Funk Railroad and The Who began the practice of live performances for large audiences in stadiums and arenas.
- The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and numerous other British bands reintroduced to America the broad potential of rock and roll as a creative medium.
- The Beatles were transmitted live from Abbey Road Studios, and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was recorded live during the show.
- The Beatles were all big Presley fans.[ 265] John Lennon said: "Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis.
- The Beatles are the most represented band on the list, with seven songs.
- 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.
- 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.
- Forty years ago John Lennon was embroiled in a controversy over his statement that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus.
- He outsold everybody except Elvis and the Beatles and was only recently eclipsed in the country market by the dynamo entrepreneur, Garth Brooks.
- Early next year is is expected that Garth Brooks will surpass the Beatles as the biggest selling recording artist of all time.
- Like the Beatles in rock, Randy Travis marks a generational shift in country music.
- The song reached number one in January 1970, ousting The Beatles ' " Let It Be " from the top spot of Billboard Hot 100.
- Wings was formed in August 1971, shortly after the breakup of The Beatles, by ex-Beatle Paul McCartney.
- I got turned onto this music by watching the Beatles and the Rolling Stones actually on TV playing their guitars.
- The surviving members of the Beatles unveiled new details about their upcoming "Rock Band" videogame at the E3 videogame conference in Los Angeles.
- 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.
- What the Beatles were to the sixties, Led Zeppelin was to the seventies.
- In 1963, with the Beatles as his opening act, on a tour of parts of Europe, Little Richard backslid from the ministry.
- 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.
- Also, you might not know that he actually toured with the Beatles on their second U.S. tour while playing in King Curtis' band.
- 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.
- El Club de Tobi Instrumental string quartet that plays Beatles, Bob Marley and songs of their own.
- SOURCE: The Scotsman 1 week ago I'm gonna [put] Bob Marley, Elvis and Beatles posters up and a picture of my grandfather.
- During their tour of Europe, an impressed Roy Orbison encouraged The Beatles to come to the United States.
- Competing with a flurry of releases during its opening week (Jay-Z, The Beatles, Johnny Cash and others), Daughtry proved to be commercially viable.
- So EMI issued this stopgap collection of 16 older recordings for the European market, in effect creating the first "Beatles Greatest Hits" album.
- 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.
- Combined this series is the closest thing to a "Beatles Greatest Hits" available.
- Their compositions for The Beatles remain among the best known songs in rock and pop music.
- Best played there with his first band, The Black Jacks, and later with The Beatles.
- 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.
- He also covered material by contemporaries like the Grateful Dead, the Beatles, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen, and others.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Well for me it's got to be the likes of George Martin from the Beatles.
- 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 even admitted that his song "About A Girl" was essentially an attempt to write a Beatles song.
- I'm not the Beatles fan in my family (although I grew up listening to the music).
- Cobain once related that he wrote "About a Girl" after spending three hours listening to Meet The Beatles!.
- The Beatles pioneered the use of a cello in popular music, in songs such as " Eleanor Rigby " and " Strawberry Fields Forever ".
- In terms of his influence on popular music and popular culture he is rivaled only by Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Bob Marley and the Wailers surpass the Beatles in all truth.
- By 1966, the Stones had decided to respond to the Beatles ' increasingly complex albums with their first album of all-original material, Aftermath.
- Hope was the first album by Capitol Records to ever receive worldwide simultaneous release - an achievement the Beatles never attained.
- Paul McCartney of the Beatles, Wings, and several other projects tends to favor a subdued, melodic approach a little further back in the mix.
- 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.
- 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.
- It has been said that Teo Macero was to Miles Davis what George Martin is to the Beatles.
- 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.
- 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.
- Pink Floyd are played on classic rock radio with the same frequency as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Who.
- 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.
- 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.
- Two songs are directly inspired by the Beatles, the Walrus' favorite band to cover.
- Highly influenced by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and even David Bowie he started playing guitar at the age of 12.
- 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.
- McFarlane Toys has replicated some of rock music's greatest icons including Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles and Motley Crue.
- After Hamburg, Stuart Sutcliffe had left and now The Beatles were a four-piece band and Paul took over as bass guitarist.
- 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.
- Mariah Carey is the only artist since the Beatles and Michael Jackson to have so many #1 singles and albums.
- When punk was first emerging, the Clash sang: "no Elvis, Beatles or Rolling Stones in 1977".
- Once ignored and unappreciated, the Ramones are now rightly hailed for what they were: a groundbreaking quartet that emerged as the Beatles of punk.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Beatles ' influence on rock music and popular culture was—and remains—immense.
- 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.
- His music influenced classical composers such as Pierre Boulez and George Benjamin, but it also shaped pop stars like the Beatles, Beck, and Radiohead.
- Wings was a pop - rock band led by Paul McCartney, formed after the dissolution of the Beatles.
- 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.
- They went from prog rock to pop rock to Beatles parody to several points in between.
- 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.
- 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.
- In April 1990, he played on the band's cover of The Beatles ' " Come Together ", which appeared on an EP called Loudest Love.
- For the song by the Beatles, see Every Little Thing (song).
- The music fell between that of The Beach Boys and The Beatles in both style and popularity.
- When questioned what group was most likely to succeed The Beatles ' popularity, John Lennon named ABBA.
- 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.
- By 1970, The Guess Who had sold more records than the entire Canadian recording industry to that point, even outselling the Beatles that year.
- He released the record, McCartney, in April 1970, two weeks before the Beatles ' Let It Be was scheduled to hit the stores.
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