Music of The Beatles came to Spotify, Apple and Google Play Music!
The legendary band available to the public via "streaming" thirteen remastered albums and four compilations.

The music of The Beatles will be available from December 24 at midnight (00:01 GMT) in nine online music platforms or "streaming" worldwide, as Spotify, Apple and Google Play Music.

Five years after joining Itunes Music, the group formed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star available to the public in this digital service thirteen remastered albums and four compilations, as announced today on its website.

Apart from the three platforms mentioned songs like "Hey Jude" or "Help" you can also hear from December 24 at 00:01 hours in Tidal, Deezer, Amazon Prime, Slacker, Rhapsody and Microsoft's Groove.

The company Apple Corps, founded by the rock group, and Universal Music chose to provide a general and open access to the music of The Beatles, instead of closing a deal with a single service as they did with iTunes when your music joined the "streaming" for the first time.

The discs will be available to the public of these platforms, namely that even Spotify or Deezer users who do not pay a subscription can listen to the most emblematic of the British group topics.

Experts and co-founder of the musical website CMU, Chris Cooke explained that the reason why the group has decided to land completely in the world of "streaming" is because finally consider this "very serious" service " significant part of the industry. "

Mark Mulligan, specialized in analysis of company Midia digital services, advertisers Beatles were reluctant to "streaming" because they would "reduce potential sales of reissues and compilations to be a very lucrative catalog ".

The news of the entry of the band in the online listening services produced in a year in which singers like Adele and Taylor Swift rejected his music was part of these services and questioned its value.

Now, The Beatles will be measured in Spotify with current idols masses as the Canadian Justin Bieber , the most popular of this service have 31.7 million monthly listeners and whose song "Sorry" interpreter is on top of the most played songs, with 3.8 million daily views.

Some 1.1 million people remain and the Beatles in Spotify, which managed to sell in its first week on iTunes Music two million singles or "singles" and 450,000 albums.

The band broke up in 1970 but his influence and popularity has remained over the years and has placed 17 songs on the top of the British charts.

Have seven Grammy Awards, six-disc Diamond, 24 platinum and 39 multi-platinum in the US and they have managed to maintain the number one albums in the UK more than any other musical artist in particular fifteen.

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