Famous people of Great Britain. The Beatles In October 1962, when the first single record, Love me do, by an unknown group from Liverpool entered the British. - презентация
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Famous people of Great Britain. The Beatles In October 1962, when the first single record, Love me do, by an unknown group from Liverpool entered the British Top Thirty, the Beatles became nationally famous in England. The famous four who recorded that song were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, who became the most successful pop group the world has ever known. The Beatles began a series of lunchtime concerts at Liverpools Cavern Club. They were a great success. The road outside the club was always crowded with girls who worked in nearby shops and offices. They came to see the Beatles during their lunchbreak. During the 1960s the Beatles were always in the news headlines; films, world tours and sometimes scandal. After a decade of successful music and films, the Beatles finally decided to break up in the early seventies, after public disagreements about money and personalities. In October 1982, 20 years after Love me do entered the British Hit Parad, a Beatles song was again in the Top Ten. The survival Beatles are still deeply involved in musical and film projects, but many fans still long for the music of the 60s.
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