THE BEATLES Early Painting Art Canvas Poster Print by Acclaimed pop artist Leon Jimenez has signed and numbered each canvas.
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The Beatles - Musical Group - 1960 to 1970 Active
Beatles were the most influential popular music group of the rock era.
They affected the post-war baby boom generation of Britain, the United
States and many other countries during the 1960s. Certainly they are the
most popular group in rock history, with global sales exceeding 1.1
The classic Beatles lineup consisted of John Lennon (guitar), (James) Paul McCartney (bass), George Harrison (guitar), and Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey) (drums), all from Liverpool, Merseyside, in England.
Beatles' original bass player, Stuart Sutcliffe, left the band in 1962
so he could stay in Hamburg, Germany (where The Beatles had played a
long engagement), and marry Astrid Kirchherr (who took many stylish
photographs of The Beatles during their stay in Hamburg). Original
drummer Pete Best was asked to leave the group just before it started recording at EMI Studios in January, 1963, and was quickly replaced by Starr.
Beatlemania began in Britain on 13 October 1963 with a televised appearance at the London Palladium, and then exploded in the United States following three appearances of the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, on 9 February, 16 February, and 23 February
1964. The pop-music band became a worldwide phenomenon with worshipful
fans, hysterical adulation, and denunciations by culture commentators
and others such as Frank Sinatra. Some of this criticism arose from confusion over the sources of their music (a similar confusion was evinced in 1956 over Elvis Presley by commentators who were unaware of the tradition of blues, R&B, and Gospel
out of which Presley emerged), and some of it was simply an incredulous
reaction to the length of their hair. At any rate, it was regarded by
the band members with both awe and resentment.