Beatles Links and Resources
From Beatles Wiki - Interviews, Music, Beatles Quotes
Official Beatles Sites
- The Quarrymen's Official Site
New Musical Express Beatles Videos
Enter: "NME beatles video" (without the quotes) into the search box on this site. Lots of great video.
The Beatles on YouTube – Check out what's currently available on YouTube — always a whole lot!
Breakfast with the Beatles (KLOS - 95.5)
Hosted by Chris Carter, DJ at KLOS 95.5 in Los Angeles
The Beatles on SoundCloud
Listen to myriad modern mixes of Beatles tunes — The Beatles reinterpreted, reimagined and remixed!
A Beatles Blog by Steve Marinucci
The Beatles Rarity
For those of us who like our Beatles rare....
Blog about Kenwood, Kinfauns and other Beatles residences, then and now.
A Year In The Life
A Beatles blog that's actually about the music: because there's a Beatles song for every day of the year.
All things Beatle. A blog by Roger Stormo who apparently has some good connections. Great source for Beatle news.
A Hard Day's Site
Great Beatles site.
Beatles Interviews (exhaustive!)
A humoristic Beatles history on a parodic Facebook Wall
Beatles Lyrics Site
Uncluttered & Ad-free!
My Beatles Space
A Social Networking Site for Beatles Fans
Steve's Beatles Page
"A Comprehensive Collection of Beatles Bootlegs" — Exhaustive listing of Beatles bootleg recordings ... purely for educational use...
The Bootleg Zone
Lots of Beatles bootlegs info here, as well.
Beatles Music History: The In-Depth Story Behind the Songs of the Beatles
Lots of good info.
|John Lennon||Paul McCartney|
|Ringo Starr||George Harrison|
Jan 21st 1969, with David Wigg, for the BBC Radio-One program "Scene and Heard."
- Bill Harry, Editor of Mersey Beat on Lennon and McCartney writing together
- John Lennon Meets Paul McCartney
- Rip Rense on the 10-minute "Revolution 1 (Take 20)" track Great read!
- Audio Analysis of the Beatles Multitrack Masters BBC Radio 6 program called Record Producers: The Extended Cut, hosted by Richard Allinson and Steve Levine, wherein three of the Beatles' original multitrack masters are analyzed, isolating and highlighting pieces from "She's Leaving Home," "A Day in the Life," and "Come Together." Really amazing!
- The Opening Chord to "A Hard Day's Night" Solved by a Mathematician! It’s the most famous chord in rock 'n' roll, an instantly recognizable twang rolling through the open strings on George Harrison’s 12-string Rickenbacker. The opening chord to "A Hard Day’s Night" is also famous because, for 40 years, no one quite knew exactly what chord Harrison was playing. In 2004, inspired by reading news coverage about the song’s 40th anniversary, Jason Brown of Dalhousie’s Department of Mathematics decided to try and see if he could apply a mathematical calculation known as Fourier transform to solve this Beatles riddle. It worked.... Read the article ». Or, better, read Jason Brown's article "Mathematics, Physics and A Hard Day's Night" and its shocking conclusion!.
- Alan W. Pollack's Analyses of the Beatles' songs In 1989 the American musicologist Alan W. Pollack started to analyze the songs of the Beatles. His site now contains the analysis of the entire official Beatles' canon, consisting of 187 songs and 25 covers, with an alphabetical, a canonical and a chronological index, as well as a short introduction. Dig it!
- The Beatles Recording Sessions
- Playboy Interviews with David Scheff
- The Beatles: The Authorized Biography by Hunter Davies, 1968
- Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now by Barry Miles
- The Playboy interviews with John Lennon and Yōko Ono by John Lennon, Yōko Ono, David Sheff, G. Barry Golson
- All You Need Is Ears by George Martin
- Mystical One: George Harrison: After the Breakup of the Beatles by Elliot J. Huntley
- Various George Harrison
- Beatlesongs, William J. Dowlding, 1989