1 hr 15 min

Fans On The Run - Chip Madinger (Ep. 51‪)‬ Fans On The Run: A Podcast Made By, For And About Beatles Fans

    • Music History

It’s the first proper episode of Fans On The Run of 2021, and this time I have the right year in the episode graphic! Joining me today to chat co-wrote the legendary books “LENNONOLOGY – Strange Days Indeed” and “Eight Arms To Hold You: The Solo Beatles Compendium”, Chip Madinger! We talk about the last few Beatles deluxe editions, “The Beatles At The Beeb” series, Chip’s involvement with The Capitol Albums boxes in the mid 2000s, the utter confusion that is the many versions of Band On The Run on CD, the pre-internet research process for the original version of Eight Arms, some highlights of his vast collection, documenting the life of John down to the day,  and the mystical world of bootlegs, among many other things!
 
This episode is available to stream wherever good podcasts can be heard!
 
Chip’s books with Mark Easter and Scott Raile can be found at https://www.lennonology.com/
 
Follow us elsewhere:
https://linktr.ee/fansontherun

It’s the first proper episode of Fans On The Run of 2021, and this time I have the right year in the episode graphic! Joining me today to chat co-wrote the legendary books “LENNONOLOGY – Strange Days Indeed” and “Eight Arms To Hold You: The Solo Beatles Compendium”, Chip Madinger! We talk about the last few Beatles deluxe editions, “The Beatles At The Beeb” series, Chip’s involvement with The Capitol Albums boxes in the mid 2000s, the utter confusion that is the many versions of Band On The Run on CD, the pre-internet research process for the original version of Eight Arms, some highlights of his vast collection, documenting the life of John down to the day,  and the mystical world of bootlegs, among many other things!
 
This episode is available to stream wherever good podcasts can be heard!
 
Chip’s books with Mark Easter and Scott Raile can be found at https://www.lennonology.com/
 
Follow us elsewhere:
https://linktr.ee/fansontherun

1 hr 15 min

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