Mick Jagger admired how The Beatles, despite being their rivals, had been trailblazers who became international superstars, which was unusual at the time.
Stevie Wonder praises The Beatles while explaining how they produced similar music to him — both inspired by gospel church music and cites Eleanor Rigby as an example.
Bruce Springsteen talks about how The Beatles came to symbolize a radical free-thinking group just by the style of their hair, which brought soul brothers together.
Mike Love from The Beach Boys loved The Beatles, although they often competed against each other, because of their ability to capture audiences from all the world.
Lenny Kravitz explains how The Beatles inspired the love revolution with their music and that other artists who pave the way must carry the flag of the free love movement.
Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder discusses how he met Paul McCartney and how he accidentally hit Vedder in the face while explaining a story, and Vedder enjoyed the pain.
The Velvet Underground's Lou Reed asserts that The Beatles were garbage until John Lennon went solo and created the single "Mother."
Guitarist Eric Clapton speaks about the cohesiveness of The Beatles and how each member was endowed with great musical talent but that it was shame only young girls listened to them.
Roger Waters, co-founder of Pink Floyd, was amazed at how complete and yet how complex The Beatles' records were, which inspired him to experiment with the genre.
Oasis singer, Liam Gallagher discusses how The Beatles made him very happy and contends that they are the best band of all time.
Billy Joel explains why The Beatles were the best band of all time because of the members' great combination of musical talents and cohesiveness that fit the format of their music.
Reporters bombard The Beatles with countless questions, inquiring about their formal music training, how long they'll be in LA, what they'll do with their newfound wealth.