Very good relationship with the beatles let them do

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very good relationship with the Beatles let them do themselves but he also looked out for them musically and professionally gave suggestions, not instructions The Cookies R&B girl group played songs written by Goffin/King Beatles covered their song "Chains" The Shirelles American R&B girl group Beatles covered several of their songs like “Boys” and “Baby It’s You” Berry Gordy founder of Motown record label wrote "Money (That's What I Want)” first hit record for Motown American record producer Smokey Robinson singer on hit Motown records Beatles covered "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" wrote "This Boy" in his style The Marvelettes girl group “Please Mr. Postman” was their big hit Motown's first #1 pop hit Maureen Cleave reporter who wrote about the Beatles as more than just a local phenomenon wrote early article on the Beatles for the London Evening Standard titled “Why The Beatles Create All That Frenzy” "more popular than Jesus" Princess Margaret heard Beatles perform at 1963 Royal Variety Show liked them despite their "classlessness" John F. Kennedy first American president to have his sensibility molded in the modern mass culture his assassination was the first to become public on television giving teenagers a unique experience of grief, as well as excitement from witnessing history in the making and connection to vast numbers of people who were mourning assassinated same day as With the Beatles release Robert Freeman photographer who took album cover pictures for With the Beatles aesthetic look
played with light and shadow Ed Sullivan hosted variety show watched by millions hosted the Beatles on American TV for the first time gave Beatles 3 shows on their first trip to US 2 live in NY, 1 recorded in Miami gave them top billing for bottom dollar (publicity) the Maysles Brothers Albert and David filmmakers documented Beatles' first visit to America natural, not much editing no formal interviews The Animals English rock band of the 60’s sang "The House of the Rising Sun” explosion of beat music The Rolling Stones rock group from England that followed the Beatles unclean image different appearance than the Beatles from London, British invasion Richard Lester American director for A Hard Day’s Night director of the Beatles’ movies visionary as filmmaker contrasted greatly with Elvis/Sinatra films of the past Wilfrid Bramble Irish actor played Paul’s fictional Irish grandfather in A Hard Day’s Night Cecil Sharp founding father of folklore revival in England many of England's traditional dances and music owe their continuing existence to his work in recording and publishing them asked people from villages to sing/dance contributed to English folk music movement Woody Guthrie the center of the US folk revival

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