Author Topic: How the Beatles destroyed Rock and Roll. Its true, believe it or not.  (Read 1313 times)

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http://www.austinchronicle.com/music/2009-07-17/810720/

very interesting book that I agree with, anyone who knows anything about 1950's rock and roll more than just the usual "elvis" crap would agree with this.
They turned it from music that black people, white people, men and women were putting so much work into,
and turned it into pretty much white kids and later on hippies.
Im not going to say they were bad artists, but the Beatles ruined what rock and roll was supposed to become.
They certainly changed it. And alot of people today are starting to see for the worse.
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I think the worst thing they could do is make boy bands what they are today.... unforgivable...

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What they did was remove the line between rock and roll and pop, and made everyone think its the same thing
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What they did was remove the line between rock and roll and pop, and made everyone think its the same thing

but it is.......isn't it..... :lol: (just joking)

but anyway its not that bad how it turned out, i guess.
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What they did was remove the line between rock and roll and pop, and made everyone think its the same thing

but it is.......isn't it..... :lol: (just joking)

but anyway its not that bad how it turned out, i guess.
No it isn't too bad, but Id still rather listen to 50's rock than the beatles, i mean its the stuff that created the beatles too
I saw and was silent,
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and heard the speech of Odin
I heard about what lay in the runes,
and there was much council given.
At the hall of Har, In the hall of Har;
Such was the speech I heard.