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Articles & Books Reviews
- The Ultimate Beatleg Guide
An unique source of information for WWW Beatleg collectors. This lists (almost) all the Beatles-related bootlegs tracklistings you can find on the net. Updated regularly.
- Transcription of the first Post-Beatles McCartney interview
This is a questionnaire (imaginated by Paul) given to the press, answering common questions about The Beatles, Paul's future plans and his first solo album.
Submitted by Dnight25@aol.com. Thanks !
- After The Break-up: The Indices
A series of categorized indices based on Badman's book: After The Breakup. This is intended to be the perfect companion to this excellent book. Entries will feature songs recordings, concerts, interviews, TV/Radio appearances, movie appearances, etc.
- All Together On The Wireless Machine - McCartney Or Not ?
On November 25, 1967, BBC Radio 1's programme Where It's At broadcast a special on the Beatles' new Magical Mystery Tour double-EP set, and along with the program came the first broadcast of a piano/vocal jingle for the show's hosts Kenny Everett and Chris Denning, performed and composed by Paul McCartney - or so reports Mark Lewisohn in his book Complete Beatles Chronicle. But several other famous Beatles scholars, including Doug Sulpy and Allen J. Wiener, disagree.
Submitted by Erek Barsczewski. Thanks !
- When The Beatles were not The Beatles anymore
A detailed (?) list of unreleased recordings by The Beatles between Abbey Road and the Beatles break-up.
- Exclusive interview with Chip Madinger
Chip Madinger is the co-author of Eight Arms To Hold You, The Solo Beatles Compendium. In this interview, Chip explains how it was to work on his book and shares his views on the Beatles bootleg scene.
- The Jets, The Beatles And Hamburg
Written by Rick Hardy, original member of The Jets, this article describes the "days in Hamburg" back in the early sixties, including encounters with Tony Sheridan, and, of course, The Beatles.
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