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The Beatles There has been more books published about one 20th-century icon than any other this band that is said to have broken down barriers in all ways is the Beatles Their music was said to have driven that younger generation mad Perhaps it was because they were one of the first bands ever play real rock and roll music Or maybe it was just because they were foreigners in the world of music yet seemed to fit right in with the young people Whatever reason was the Beatles were a band that shaped a generation and ones soon to come The Beatles were more than just a rock and roll band they were a group of young men who wanted to go a new direction in music John Lennon one of lead vocalists basically started with the intention of moving away from the Skiffle Boom Era which was dominating the time Buskin 110 In his doing so he began to lay the foundation for what would later be the most famous rock band ever The original band members were as follows John Lennon vocals and guitar Paul McCartney vocals George Harrison guitar Pete Best drums Stuart Sutcliffe bass guitarMartin 23 In March of 1961 the Beatles began to play at the club that would later be nicknamed The Home of the Beatles The Cavern Club whichs premises comprised a small group of cellars below a seven story warehouse which had originally been used as an air raid shelter during the war Later Alan Sytner a jazz fan decided to open it up as a new jazz club After a few years he sold it to Ray McFall another jazz fan The club was originally strictly jazz and no rock Luckily for the Beatles the times were changing and McFall quickly changed the policy the Beatles soon became regulars This would be the club that would make
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