Elsewhere Art . . . The Beatles' Whiter Album

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Elsewhere Art . . . The Beatles' Whiter Album

As regular followers of Elsewhere's shamlessly stupid Absurd Elsewhere pages will know, sometimes for my own amusement I just make stuff up, like newly discovered albums, lost Beatle releases, academic articles full of pompus nonsense and so on.

This image was one I prepared to accompany an article about an anniversary reissue of the Beatles' White Album but as a remix by George Martin's six-year old granddaugher Gillian Martin and more remix versions by Yoko Ono, on one of which she strips out all the vocals and instrumentation . . . hence The Whiter Album.

You can read the full article here where I "remixed" photos of the other Beatles and reproduced the new Whiter Album cover.

What we used to call "as low day in the office" perhaps . . . but sometimes people take the Absurd Elsewhere pages at face value despite the articles being littered with clues that they are just amusements.

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