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- John Lennon
- Carrying a tortured psyche made John the most enigmatic band leader ever known. Thanks to him, the band expanded their horizons - until they snapped.
- Paul McCartney
- "Babies and ballads" turned him into a softie later in life, but Paul proved early on that he was undeniably the most musically balanced of the four.
- George Harrison
- The quiet Beatle, George grew from a starstruck kid into an expressive songwriter facinated with life and the pursuit of cosmic balance.
- Ringo Starr
- His monotone vocals made "Yellow Submarine" and "Octopus's Garden" classics, but the world's most famous drummer had more up his sleeve - acting and touring with his own band.
- George Martin
- With an ear for the unique and the abilty to produce swaying complementary scores to the Beatles tunes, producer George Martin fit in the mix just perfectly.
- Brian Epstein
- From the moment he heard The Beatles with Tony Sheridan, record store manager Brian Epstein knew they had what it took to reach the top and beyond - and he had what it would take to manage them.
- Yoko Ono
- Strange and mythical, the Beatles story would not be complete with John's 'better half' - who is often blamed for breaking up the band.