The BEATLES - The band that rocked every generation
Beatles is one of the successful bands ever. Beatles hail from Liverpool and comprising of four members which includes John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star. They have also won many accolades and have a fan base across the globe. Beatles has 40 different singles, albums and Eps with most of them being a hit. They reached the top spot of billboard many a time. Beatles had the privilege to come under top 100 artists of all times by forbs magazine. The same magazine said “The Beatles” have laid the foundation of Pop music in 1960”. Pop music is surely a hit today. All credit goes to the Beatles to transform the music. The Beatles somehow redefined music in 1960 from the conventional one which was the contemporary one. In the initial stages their music remained to rock and role and homegrown in 1950 but later the band chose to go unconventional by exploring various genres from Tin Pan Alley to Psychedelic rock they did everything which impressed everyone. Their hairstyles, clothes, bands and personality everything became a trend at one point of time. Beatles have six diamond selling albums with 10 millions copies to their credit which includes Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles, Abbey Road, The Beatles: 1962-1966, The Beatles: 1967-1970, and The Beatles 1. Here are the tracks of the 1970 Beatles album. First was ‘My sweet lord’ which was an amazing catchy song . It had a tremendous background score which speedup the tone for the entire album. Second was ‘Hold on’ which had some brilliant guitar work to add to it, some wonderful lyrics made the song much interesting and a hit among the Beatle fans. The third one was ‘every night’ it was a soft track on acoustic guitar. The next one was ‘What is life’ which was a groovy track which was well appreciated by the Beatle fans. The fifth one was ‘Glasses’ it was also a very uncanny song which was quiet different from the contemporary culture at that point of time. The last one was ‘Isn’t it petty’ it was a George Harrison song which was some what weepy and Jude kind but still Beatles loved that track. With the Beatles in 1969 and Yellow submarine in 1963 are considered as the worst albums of Beatles. . Although Beatles only had four tracks in Yellow Submarine in which two songs were really good those were It’s all too much and Hey Bulldog which are considered as an Underrated songs of the Beatles. Some of the best singles of Beatles those were a peak in the Billboards were December 26, 1963: "I Want to Hold Your Hand" (#1) / "I Saw Her Standing There" (#14) both were tremendously successful and gained popularity worldwide. July 20, 1964: "And I Love Her" (#12) / "If I Fell" (#53) gave Beatles the success which it deserved. Although the fans were a little disappointed with those tracks yet they had enough for every Beatle lover.
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