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As hard as it is to imagine, over 40% of every man, woman and child living in America had watched The Beatles on Sullivan.

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Beatles, the; British Invasion An overview of the Beatles and the origins of the British Invasion
The simpler image on the cover of of is a close competitor for the most homaged cover, as is the half-shadowed band portrait that was used on the British album and its American equivalent/ Meet The Beatles.The Beatles were the first band in history to make music video equivalents to their own songs, which every musician does now.

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The Beatles Story presents a special exhibition: The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America.

The Beatles’ success on The Ed Sullivan Show paved the way for future rock ‘n’ roll groups dubbed the British Invasion, including , , The Dave Clark Five, , , , Peter and Gordon, etc.


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Pepper, Capitol Records of America released different Beatles albums from its parent company EMI/Parlophone, the original British publisher.
Five decades ago, the Beatles landed at New York's JFK airport just as their single "I Want to Hold Your Hand" was exploding all across America. It was a kind of mania not since in America since Elvis Presley a decade earlier, and the success of the Beatles led to a ton of other British bands crossing the Atlantic to dominate America. Within months, the Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits, the Dave Clark 5 and many other groups were huge in the States. Last week, we asked you to vote for your favorite songs of the British Invasion. Here are the results.

The British Invasion: From the Beatles to the Stones, The Sixties Belonged to Britain
The Beatles followed that hit with Paul McCartney taking the spotlight to sing, “Till There Was You.” During the song, a camera cut to each member of the band and introduced him to the audience by displaying his first name on screen.

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The Beatles Story and The GRAMMY Museum present a new exhibition, The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America. The new exhibition opens with previously unseen photographs and memorabilia.

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The genius of The Beatles and the American institution that was The Ed Sullivan Show combined to create one of the most defining and indelible moments in the history of music, television and pop culture.

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The American album Meet the Beatles! is also well-received (partly because it added the "I Want to Hold Your Hand" single to the core of the British With the Beatles album and removed all but one of the earlier title's cover versions to create a nearly entirely Beatle-written album), and even made it at the Number 59 spot on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums list.

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Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard’s acclaimed documentary feature film The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years won the GRAMMY Award for Best Music Film at last night's awards.
Up for the award alongside Beyoncé's Lemonade, Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble's The Music of Strangers, Steve Aoki's I'll Sleep When I'm Dead and American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years earned the Best Music Film honour among stiff competition at Music's Biggest Night.