Beatles essay introduction

The Beatles were now firmly in place as the world’s favorite and most famous band.  Their third “Ed Sullivan Show” appearance, a three-song performance taped prior to the band’s live debut on the program, was broadcast on February 23.  Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles chart for April 5, 1964 was graced by 12 Beatles songs, including the chart’s Top 5 positions, a sweep of the chart’s summit that has not been achieved by any other artist since.  The band’s meteoric rise to unparalleled fame continued as “Beatlemania” swept the globe, a singular and boundless cultural marvel.  The Beatles now belonged to the People, as they have ever since, with their universally-loved music and unflagging respect for humankind, advocating peace and love for all people around the world.

SIDE ONE
1.  WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE Rossini
2.  WHAT'D I SAY Gerry & The Pacemakers
3.  BOYS The Shirelles
4.  WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW The Shirelles
5.  WOODEN HEART Elvis Presley
6.  C'MON EVERYBODY Eddie Cochran                     
7.  TWENTY FLIGHT ROCK Gene Vincent & Eddie Cochran       
8.  HALLELUJAH! I LOVE HER SO Horst Fascher                     
9.  NEW ORLEANS Gary . Bonds
10. MAILMAN, BRING ME NO MORE BLUES Buddy Holly

SIDE TWO
1.  RED SAILS IN THE SUNSET The Quarrymen
2.  CRYING, WAITING, HOPING Buddy Holly
3.  OVER THE RAINBOW Gene Vincent
4.  MEAN WOMAN BLUES Elvis Presley
5.  LUCILLE Little Richard                     
6.  HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' Hank Williams
7.  BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY Elvis Presley
8.  LOVE ME TENDER  Elvis Presley
9.  DON'T FORBID ME Pat Boone
10. CORRINE, CORRINNA Ray Peterson
11. WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE Rossini

Beatles essay introduction

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