In a rather momentous occasion, the entire Beatles catalog will, at last, be available for streaming starting on Christmas Eve. It’s a miracle involving lots of money.
For years and years, while the streaming wars have dominated consumer music conversations, a major count against streaming services was the fact that the Beatles catalog was unavailable on most of them. Their music wasn’t even on iTunes until 2010.
But times are a’changing. You can now listen to the Beatles for free, and the addition of their catalog is a major coup for streaming companies, especially as Taylor Swift and Adele continue to fight the tides by refusing to stream their latest albums on Spotify.
I know you have some questions. Here are the answers:
Where can you listen to the Beatles music for free legally?
You can listen to the Beatles on Spotify. You can listen to the Beatles on Apple Music. You can listen to the Beatles on Amazon Prime Music. You can listen to the Beatles on Google Play. You can listen to the Beatles on Tidal. You can listen to the Beatles on Rhapsody.
Deezer, Microsoft Groove, Slacker Radio.
Which Beatles songs are we talking?
“Hey Jude.” “Let It Be.” “Yellow Submarine.” “Penny Lane.” “Across the Universe.” All of them.
Who are the Beatles?
I still don’t know.
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