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B-side, the alternative Beatles

The unknown side of the Beatles, the one that only true fans recognize and appreciate. Discover the B-side for yourself. The Beatles are the most influential band in the pop era, but only the real fans know their less famous and more attractive songs.
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The A-side of Beatles. The history of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star

John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star, were the most influential act of the rock era with the launch of the Beatles in 1960. An English rock band that started their music career, singing in the back streets of Liverpool City. The Beatles first hit record "Love Me Do" was released in 1962, sending Great Britain into Beatlemania, later being referred to as the "the Fab Four", with a collaboration of 1950s rock and roll, skiffle and beat.

George Martin their producer turned this small local group into International stars by promoting them in the United States pop market of 1964. Over ten years of writing and performing together, the Beatles recorded albums such as St Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club, Revolver, Rubber Soul and the most famous While Album and Abbey Road in 1969. This has given the Fab Four the most memorable group to have come out of the 1960s selling millions of records worldwide.

As the Beatles music matured and the style crossed many genres, a following and respect opened up a new culture of the 1960's. Filmmakers across the world have incorporated The Beatles' music into their movies, with the hit movie "Mask" featuring Cher as the main character, the acclaimed song "Girl" and "I want to hold your hand" was featured alongside Little Richard, Bruce Springsteen and the biggest musicians of the 60s/70s era. With the main character "Rocky" being lifted by the ambience of the song, and throughout the movie referred to the Beatles by writing a message on his wall "Thank You Beatles". With this acknowledgment in their early career, the Beatles went from strength to strength being called on by many other filmmakers to be in their movie soundtracks.