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Hypothesis That the music of the Beatles accelerated the change of society By the time the fifties was over the world was looking for a fresh new sound and look in the music industry It came in the shape and form of four young Liverpoodlians As John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison and Ringo Starr Richard Starky shook their mop tops and strummed out their new style of Rock n Roll an entire generation stood up and took notice and knew that society would never be the same And it wasnt the Beatles changed everything During the period of the 1960s the super group known as the Beatles took total control of a culture which in some ways had managed to avoid the grasp of politicians theologians philosophers and other pop groups The Beatles tastes whims attitudes and expressions of music were quickly converted into new and fresh hairstyles trends clothing behaviour social beliefs and rock music itself Everything you could imagine became some how related to the Beatles Beatle boots Beatle haircuts and Beatle slang gear fab just to name a few If the Beatles wore a particular coat or shirt grew a moustache openly adopted the use of drugs or questioned religion the whole of the rock world would do the same If they took a guru or abandoned one gave peace a chance or even did it in the road Abbey Road the world of rock took notice and did the same tried to do the same or just wanted to do the same The origin of the phenomenon that became the Beatles can be traced back to 1957 Paul McCartney was picked from an audition for a position in John Lennons then band The Quarrymen Another member of this band was a 15-year-old guitarist George Harrison Within a few years after a number of different drummers and band names they found a full time drummer in
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