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The Beatles Coming to iTunes
It looks like the Fab Four may finally offer up their entire catalog for digital downloads.
November 27, 2006 by Rachel Cericola

Not too long ago, there was a rumor that the Beatles would soon join the “online revolution” ... that they would “come together” online. Yeah, we get it. Since I couldn’t work “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road” into my copy, here’s the scoop: Fortune says that Beatles fans will soon be able to download music on Apple’s iTunes.

It looks like Apple might have exclusive rights to the catalog—at least for a limited time. There’s also rumors that a Beatles song will appear in an iPod ad. I hope Paul McCartney is finalizing his divorce before this deal. 

It’s sort of amazing that the remaining Fab two-and-a-half (it’s hard to count Yoko) would choose Apple, after their label’s long-running trademark scuffle with the computer maker.

Don’t start searching yet; the deal is still being worked out.

  • Apple appears to be getting exclusive rights (at least for a limited time)
  • No word on a premiere date
  • Details still being worked out




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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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