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  • The Band Of The Beatles

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    Even over 40 years after their breakup, it is almost impossible not to know who The Beatles are. This band of the mid-twentieth century set a high bar for all other musical groups at the time they were active and even still today. Causing swarms of fans of all ages to scream and faint everywhere they went, they were the world’s most popular musicians. Although their name is well-known, not enough people know how the band that inspired millions came to be. The story of how two kids playing music became

  • Essay on The Origin of The Beatles

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    The Origin of The Beatles The origin of the phenomenon that became the Beatles can be traced to 1957 when Paul McCartney (b. 18 June 1942, Liverpool, England) successfully auditioned at a church fête in Woolton, Liverpool, for the guitarist's position in the Quarrymen, a skiffle group led by John Lennon (b. 9 October 1940, Liverpool, England, d. 8 December 1980, New York, USA). Within a year, two more musicians had been brought in, the 15-year-old guitarist George Harrison (b. 25 February 1943

  • Malcolm Gladwell Factors Of Success Analysis

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    Little, Brown and Company, p.151. Gladwell, M. (2013). Outliers. 1st ed. New York: Back Bay Books, Little, Brown and Company, p.35 ~ 36, 46~ 47 . Lenny, B., Whitener, M. and Paterson, G. (n.d.). Please Please Me. [online] The Beatles Bible. Available at: [Accessed 7 Dec. 2017]. Wyman, B. (2017). All 213 Beatles Songs, Ranked From Worst to Best. [online] Vulture. Available at:

  • The Velvet Underground Research Paper

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    The 1960s is widely considered to be the era when the rock music scene changed dramatically. Artists willingly experimented with their work and crafted music with a sound that had never before been heard. Who was considered to be at the forefront of the movement? The landscape of rock music was dramatically impacted by four young men from Liverpool, they were known as the Beatles. Any human being with the slightest bit of familiarity with pop culture should be capable of identifying the Beatles.

  • The Song Analysis OfHey, Jude, By Paul Mccartney

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    tricks within the music, like rhythm and repetition, to create a poetic feeling. The feeling the music brings forth adds to the overall effect of the song. All things considered, the comprehensive meaning of the song “Hey, Jude” has changed for me as I carefully listened for the McCartney’s use of poetry. Paul

  • What I Know About You Hate Cigarettes?

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    the Moleskine notebook my dad bought me for Christmas last year; the journal’s green and smells like the library. I’m with friends, but they are talking about silly school stuff that I don’t care about. My friend Marcy’s mom sits on a bench a few feet from us, reading a romance novel and smoking a cigarette. I hate cigarettes. It’s fall now, so I draw what I see: falling leaves, colorful trees. A short distance away from me, some boys a few years older than me throw each other into pile of leaves

  • Lord Of The Flies Character Analysis

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    The Hopeless Island In the novel Lord Of The Flies by William Golding the three boys, Ralph, Jack, and Simon show the reader the two sides of humans. One side of the human being the calm, civilized, and organized. The other side being savage, selfish, and careless. During the entire novel the audience sees these two sides being in conflict with one another. The fact that the two sides of the humans on the island are in conflict throughout the novel shows the reader that all humans have a form of

  • The Light Woke Me Up

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    light woke me up. I did not hear anything until the my eyes adjusted to the light. I was lying on my back, staring up at the white sun. Eventually, the white slowly darkened to a magnificent blue sky. I saw fluffy clouds, green trees, and felt the wind on my face. I wondered why I was outside. I did not remember falling asleep outside. I did not remember falling asleep at all… Slowly, I drew my eyes away from the sky and looked to the side and saw twenty or thirty boys surrounding me. My hearing

  • The Storys: Band Analysis

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    Enough" "You're Taking My Heart Away" "You're Not Around" "Roll Like A Stone" "Save Me" "The King of Broken Dreams" "Journey's End (Show Me Love)" "Is It True What They Say About Us?" "Be By Your Side" - promo CD single/ 7" (2006, Korova) "Cinnamon" - CD single (2005, Hall Recordings) 5 Track Promo Sampler CD (2005, Hall Recordings) "Cinnamon" "Roll Like A Stone" "High Enough" "Be By Your Side" "Journey's End (Show Me Love)" The Storys EP (2005, Hall Recordings) (Approximately 100 copies only) "Be By

  • What Is The Theme Of Civilization And Savagery In Lord Of The Flies

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    Lord of the Flies by William Golding, involves the theme about civilization and savagery, which occurs throughout the novel. This story starts by when this British airplane crashes in the middle of an island, and the boys that were in it realized that they had to work together. When the boys first meet, they have assemblies and they choose a leader which is Ralph, one of the main characters. Considering they have a leader, the plan after was to try to plant roles for everyone, for example: getting