Beatles documovie by Ron Howard on PBS tonight

DabutcherDabutcher Posts: 2,011
edited December 2018 in Music & Movies
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Very kool. I am not a big fan but a fan non the less and respect how big they where and the phenomenon that they were. Peace. D
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 13,520
    Wonder if they would of even made it in today's world?

    Ron Howard puts together some good stuff
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 11,264
    Beatles were a cultural revolution against society at that time. The same can be done today, but not sure of it’s form, or manifestation.
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  • txcoastal1txcoastal1 Posts: 10,431
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Beatles were a cultural revolution against society at that time. The same can be done today, but not sure of it’s form, or manifestation.

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  • mark090852mark090852 Posts: 921
    edited January 1
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Wonder if they would of even made it in today's world?

    Ron Howard puts together some good stuff

    The question shouldn't be "Would they have even made it in today's world" but rather would today's musicians even have made it in their (the 60s) world? For most of today's "artists", the answer is probably "not a chance".

    This video has been posted by others before, but it's interesting to watch if you haven't seen it.
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  • tratlifftratliff Posts: 758
    edited January 1
    Not starting a debate. Just my opinion.

    The Beatles are the ALL time best if you ask me. I have more and listen to them more than any artist.

    It’s hard to imagine where music would be if the world had never embraced them in the 60’s.

    I didn’t catch this last night but will look for upcoming repeats. Thanks for the heads up.

    Another interesting piece was replayed on 60 minutes last Sunday. It was an interview done with Paul in 2018. If you have not seen it go check it out.
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