В них говорит эпоха, в которой рабочие парни из Ливерпуля стали мифом целого поколения молодежи. - презентация
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В них говорит эпоха, в которой рабочие парни из Ливерпуля стали мифом целого поколения молодежи.
The most classless music-rock and pop music.It is listened by a large number of people all over the world.The people who put Britain at the front of the pop revolution of the 1960s were the Beatles. In the early 1960s, the new British sound was heard. This was the Liverpool, or Merseyside,
John Lennon was born in He was brought up by his aunt.Then he became the leader of the group Quarry men.
James Paul McCartney was born in He was from worker family. In 1956 he became a member of the group Quarry men.
Ringo Star (real name Richard Starkey) was born in 1940.He became a member of The Beatles in 1961.
George Harrison was born in 1943 in very big family. In 1958 he became a member of the group Quarry men.
Their manager was Brian Epstein. He gave them a new clean image.
Many more people began listening to pop music. Girls loved The Beatles and young men tried to look like them. A hysteria that was called Beatlomania swept Britain and soon America.
The group broke up more than 25 years ago,in Paul McCartney then formed the successful group Wings, while John Lennon wrote and recorded music in America with his second wife Yoko Ono. Lennon was killed in New York in Ringo Star became an actor.
The Beatles songs will live forever! Yesterday Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away Now it looks as though theyre here to say Oh, I believe in yesterday. Suddenly, Im not half the man I used to be Theres a shadow hanging over me Oh, yesterday came suddenly. Why she had to go I dont she wouldnt say I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday. Yesterday love was suck an easy game to play Now I need a place to hide away Oh, I believe in yesterday. (twice)