I owe my becoming a fan of The Beatles to my 12th grade art teacher, Mr. Eddy Seger. In his class, every Friday without fail, we would listen to The Beatles. Before 12th grade, I had never listened to them. Heard clips here and there of very few of their songs, never knew it was them. Never thought more into it. Then 12th grade rolled around, and Fridays in art class became Beatle Friday. Mr. Seger would bring in a Beatles album. We are talking vinyls, because this man is that much of a Beatles fan. He then turned around and purchased their entire discography on CD because he was taking the record player [his own personal player] out of the classroom. And the first CD he played was the #1's collection. And that's what really got me into them, because those songs instantly became recognizable anywhere I heard them from that year on. And it happened that year, that Mr. Seger was the "guest speaker" at our graduation ceremony, and he chose The Long And Winding Road as our send-off song, which he himself sang for the graduating class.
I wanna say, again, thank you to Harmonix for making this game, and allowing me, by purchasing it, to be able to be a part of the ever-growing legacy that is The Beatles, and being able to share the greatness with others who may not be familiar with them. Thank you!!