Listen: The Beatles' music joins streaming services
You may say I'm a streamer, but I'm not the only one ...
After a long wait, the Fab Four's extensive catalogue of hits arrives this Christmas on multiple streaming services.
Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and Amazon Prime, are amongst nine services that will now offer the band's tracks worldwide.
Rumours that the Beatles' music would come together on streaming services were confirmed on the band's website. You can track its release here, there and everywhere around the world using their interactive atlas and check out the full list of platforms that will be getting the back catalogue here.
The deal involves rights to stream 224 songs from the original 13 studio albums released in the UK as well as "essential" collections including Past Masters.
This year we have celebrated the 50th anniversaries of albums Help! and Rubber Soul, but will these be amongst the first you listen to on streaming services?
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