Let’s talk about music

Here you have one of my favourites songs by The Beatles. Which one is your favourite?

You can listen to the song and read the lyrics here.

And talking about The Beatles I’ve come up with an idea! Let’s talk about English-spoken music!

Every two weeks I’ll suggest a search to find out more about music. Show me how much you know about music!

TASK 1:

Name two very important British bands, together with The Beatles, which also played in the 60s.

Clues:

  • One of them started in 1962 and currently tours around the world. It was influenced by blues and rock and roll from the USA.
  • The second one was the only band which got to the top of the music lists at that time in Britain and the USA (only the Beatles had managed it!). They were very influenced by blues music. Their most famous song is a version of a folk song which was also played by Joan Baez or Bob Dylan.
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6 Responses to Let’s talk about music

  1. Ana says:

    Laura I like your idea!

    The first group are The Rolling Stones!

  2. fernando says:

    the second group is the animals.

    teacher it is a bit difficult to find.

  3. Eva says:

    difficult?
    for me it hasn’t been difficult.
    the group members were Eric Burdon, Alan Price, Hilton Valentine, John Steel and Chas Chandler.

  4. Eva says:

    this is theis most famous song

    and the version of Joan Baez

  5. Alicia Urbano says:

    Laura, I have find the two bands now. Although it not much use, because others colleagues have already found this. But as you know, until Sunday I can’t get on the Internet.

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