By Max Rettig The Beatles captured the minds of so many people and accomplished so many things in such a short period of time. They changed the world forever in ways that no one, not even they could imagine ever possible. But this article is not about that.
Here are five ways The Beatles changed the world as we knew it Time flies. Especially if you were there when a well-remembered event actually happened.
Fifty years ago today, on Feb. Ironically, at the end of the Feb.
Here are five ways The Beatles changed the world as we knew it: HAIR The Beatle haircut, also known as the mop-top because of its resemblance to a mop, was a mid-length hairstyle.
It is a straight cut — collar-length at the back and over the ears at the sides, with bangs. Because of the immense popularity of the Beatles, the haircut was widely imitated worldwide between and Their hair-style led toy manufacturers to begin producing real-hair and plastic "Beatle Wigs.
This style of suit was adopted from the Mod youth cult, then at its peak in England. These suits became very common for new bands to wear after Later, during the psychedelic era of —, The Beatles popularized bright colors, and wore paisley suits and shirts and trousers with floral patterns.
The Beatles also popularized Indian-influenced fashions such as collarless shirts and sandals. The group opened their North American tour Aug. The concert, which sold out in just 17 minutes, drew a record audience of 55, It was the first concert to be held at a major outdoor stadium and set records for attendance and revenue, demonstrating that outdoor concerts on a large scale could be successful and profitable.
The Beatles returned to Shea for a successful encore in August Albums were generally devised to contain "filler" material along with one or two hits.
As their career proceeded, The Beatles began to increasingly focus on the album as an artistic medium in its own right. In general, The Beatles did not include their singles on their albums.
It became the fastest-selling album of all time with 3.
It was a number one hit in at least 28 countries, including the United Kingdom and the U. It also was the best-selling album of the decade in the United States.
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Almost everywhere you go someone has heard of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr in one way or another. They shaped a decade with their everlasting music. Where would we be without “Let It Be” or “Hey Jude?” They managed to influence a wide.
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Fifty years ago today, on Feb. 9, , The Beatles made their first American television appearance. It's undeniable that The Beatles' influence on rock music and popular culture was, and remains.
The Beatles lasting influence has reached beyond music. Their films left a lasting impression as well. A Hard Day's Night, the Beatles' first film, was a mockumentary with a plot revolving around the Beatles making their .
While The Beatles received a lot of love and popularity during their time they left behind an everlasting legacy that changed pop culture and the music world forever in ways that are still relevant and prevalent today in the production and consumption of music.