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Welcome to the ''very'' fresh Beatles Wiki. Yup, yet another approach at creating a Beatles repository that aggregates the knowledge of a gazillion Beatles fans.
 
Welcome to the ''very'' fresh Beatles Wiki. Yup, yet another approach at creating a Beatles repository that aggregates the knowledge of a gazillion Beatles fans.
  
Currently, this is a moderated wiki, and in order to become an editor/contributor, you'll need to request registration. [http://pynchonwiki.com/mycaptcha/captcha-page.php '''Create an account.''']
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Currently, this is a moderated wiki, and in order to become an editor/contributor, you'll need to request registration. [http://www.beatleswiki.com/mycaptcha/captcha-page.php '''Create an account.''']
  
 
We can help folks with the technical aspects of contributing to this wiki.
 
We can help folks with the technical aspects of contributing to this wiki.

Revision as of 05:42, 9 December 2008

Hold it right here....

Welcome to the very fresh Beatles Wiki. Yup, yet another approach at creating a Beatles repository that aggregates the knowledge of a gazillion Beatles fans.

Currently, this is a moderated wiki, and in order to become an editor/contributor, you'll need to request registration. Create an account.

We can help folks with the technical aspects of contributing to this wiki.




A word about the individual song pages

The approach is to have, on each song's main page, quotes from the Beatles (including George Martin), about the specific song, as well as the "infobox" (cribbed from Wikipedia), and the best-quality video available for that song.

We will be adding separate pages for each song for comment, interpretation, etc.

The immediate focus of this website is on the Beatles remasters, whenever they may arrive in all their glory. Currently, all we Beatles fans have is the Love and Yellow Submarine Songtrack CDs; and there are the various fan-generated remasters (Dr Ebbetts and Purple Chick, and others) which are pretty amazing, but not nearly the final word.

We hope there are some Beatles fans out there who'd like to be a part of this project.

Cheers!


[See also: George Harrison; John Lennon and Yoko Ono; Paul McCartney; Ringo Starr.]

from The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll (Simon & Schuster, 2001)


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