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December updates

Dec 27, 2010 • Posted in About this site

Six months have passed since I’ve started this project. Half a year and nearly the end of 2010; it’s time for a quick review! The good A project that keeps me excited ­čÖé I’m quite happy with the site itself: I don’t get too bored of the site design, the productivity tools enable me to

November updates

Nov 27, 2010 • Posted in About this site

In terms of site features, here is what has changed in November: The homepage has been revamped to put┬ámore emphasis on content: you can now browse the recently added albums, and recently updated songs or artists. On Concert pages, you can see the albums that contain songs from each concert – see example here On

October updates

Oct 31, 2010 • Posted in About this site

As you can see with the stats below, huge progress has been done this month to fill the set lists for the various tours (from the Wings period to the latest “Up And Coming Tour“). There are also a few updates that have been pushed: On the Concerts page, you now have the possibility to

September updates

Sep 19, 2010 • Posted in Uncategorized

Little progress in terms of features during the past month, but a big focus on filling up the track lists for various tours. This can be seen through the huge increase of tracks in the concert section below, compared to the August graph. I have also done some progresses on the backoffice tools to quickly

Beatles albums and video concerts

Aug 15, 2010 • Posted in About this site

A quick update on the progress of this project: I have been busy working on the backoffice tools to manage the data set, especially the ability to quickly import albums and songs. As an evidence of this progress, I have added the original Beatles albums, and a couple of other albums (like this interesting 3-CDs

The Paul McCartney Project featured on the official Macca blog…

Aug 03, 2010 • Posted in About this site

Whaou… Despite publishing this blog and having written a post on my personal blog, I’ve considered that The Paul McCartney Project was still in stealth mode: I didn’t want too much exposure considering the database is far from complete. But when looking at my Google Analytics traffic this morning, I found this amazing peak: It

Work in progress: new pages for artists and tours

Jul 25, 2010 • Posted in About this site

Hot summer here, and less motivation to stay in front of the computer. However, I want to share with you a few changes I have put live recently… Artist pages There are a lot of artists connected in one way or another with Paul McCartney: they played with him, or wrote a few songs with

Track credits and videos coming…

Jun 27, 2010 • Posted in Uncategorized

As I explained in the first post announcing the Paul McCartney Project, I’m trying to improve the structure of the site before filling up more information… Today I have added the support of track credits and YouTube videos. Quick review… Track credits For each track of an album, it’s now possible to add track credits.

Announcing The Paul McCartney Project

Jun 07, 2010 • Posted in About this site

When you become fan of an artist, you want everything: the official albums are soon not enough, and you start looking for rarities, alternate takes, live versions… When it comes to Paul McCartney and a career that spans over fifty years of recording music, this can become the work of a life. Some have already