Wednesday, 23 December 2015

THE WAIT IS OVER. THE BEATLES´CATALOG IS ARRIVING ON NINE STREAMING SERVICES

THE BEATLES NOW STREAMING ... After years of holding out, the Beatles' catalog is arriving on nine streaming services...
 

 
On December 24 at 12:01am local time -- here, there and everywhere -- The Beatles’ music is available for streaming worldwide via the following nine services:
Apple Music
Deezer
Google Play
Microsoft Groove
Napster / Rhapsody
Amazon Prime Music
Slacker Radio
Spotify
Tidal
Track The Beatles streaming launch around the world, from east to west, on thebeatles.com.

You’ll be singing ‘Here Comes The Sun’ when you wake up tomorrow morning – and not just because the weather forecast looks good. At one minute past midnight on Christmas Eve, The Beatles’ music finally appears on streaming services.


 
 
Here, there and everywhere, The Beatles’ 13 studio albums, both volumes of the Past Masters series, and the “Red”, “Blue” and 1 compilations, are appearing on Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play, Microsoft Groove, Napster/Rhapsody, Amazon Prime Music, Slacker Radio, Spotify and Tidal. Going live at 00.01am in each country, The Beatles’ music will be following the sun around the globe from east to west. So whether you live in their Liverpool hometown, or are back in the USSR, you’ll be able to dig deep into the greatest discography in the history of recorded music.
Between 1963 and 1969, The Beatles issued annual Christmas flexi discs as gifts to their fans, so it’s perhaps fitting that they’ve chosen Christmas Eve to start streaming their music. It’s amazing to think that, back when they were stretching technology to the limits and pushing the boundaries of what was possible in the recording studio, the internet hadn’t even been conceived. And yet, over 45 years after the group split, millions of people worldwide will be listening to The Beatles on laptops, tablets and mobile phones – devices that would have been impossible to imagine when John, Paul, George and Ringo were recording to four-track tape in the 60s.
It’s a testament to the group’s historic achievements that their music not only remains essential listening in the digital age, but that it bucks the trend for cherry-picking individual songs from artists’ entire discographies. When it comes to The Beatles, you still want to immerse yourself in the full album experience – could you imagine starting Revolver and not listening through to ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’?
And yet: there are so many stone-cold classics in The Beatles’ canon that their music is also perfect for the age of playlists. Pick any song, from any album, and you’ll have a timeless wonder. After all, these are the songs that set the benchmark – and continue to do so.
As they themselves sang on Beatles For Sale: ‘I’ll Follow The Sun’. Track The Beatles’ streaming launch live, as it happens around the world, on www.thebeatles.com,


At one minute past midnight on Christmas Eve, The Beatles’ music will finally appear on music streaming services!








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