Just as much a role the expense of the cold war and the rise of communications technology had in causing the fall of the Soviet Union, the Beatles played a part in the region's true revolution in the head. In 2003, Paul McCartney performed in Russia, fulfilling a dream that its citizens never dreamed possible during the Soviet era. Between songs, the story of the pop cultural revolution is told that he was inadvertently part of that the Soviet authority could not stop. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
For decades, The Beatles were banned from Russia. That was yesterday...