Beatles' songs are finally available on iTunes

Full story: El Paso Times 16
Nearly 50 years after the Beatles took television by storm, the Fab Four's songs became available on iTunes on Tuesday, setting the stage for a possible new outbreak of Beatlemania - this one online. Full Story
White Opus

Garland, TX

#2 Nov 19, 2010
You care,or you wouldn't have taken the time to comment, same for me.
Hugh Beaumont

United States

#3 Nov 19, 2010
black ops wrote:
who the hell cares?
Who cares Well millions of Beatle fans that's who.You are not in that group I'm sure so you can keep listening to the BackStreet boys or Boys to men or the Jonas Brothers.
VatoLoco

El Paso, TX

#4 Nov 19, 2010
As always your two days late with this story. Catch up, please.
black ops

El Paso, TX

#6 Nov 19, 2010
the beatles are a dead band they havent put out any qrap in 40 years who cares about recycled songs
Johnny Footloose

United States

#7 Nov 19, 2010
black ops wrote:
the beatles are a dead band they havent put out any qrap in 40 years who cares about recycled songs
The Grateful Dead were a Dead band with thousands of Dead Head fans.The Beatles were a Sixties British Band that still makes the news even though they broke up 40 years ago.Dead I think not Paul and Ringo are both doing fine and still going strong.No grap put out only new songs and new tours if you are into Grap then youn should check out The Grapping Anus Band.I'm sure you can get into the grap of the butt crack .The Beatles just can't do grap sorry Black Ops now go grab that grap and plug away.
Alfonzo

United States

#8 Nov 19, 2010
VatoLoco wrote:
As always your two days late with this story. Catch up, please.
Did you say catch up Well ok make mine hienz 57 on my hot dog please and don't be late.
black ops

El Paso, TX

#9 Nov 19, 2010
go ahead fools make yoko ono richer
Booger Chaser

Everett, WA

#10 Nov 19, 2010
black ops wrote:
go ahead fools make yoko ono richer
Go ahead tools make Yoko Ono bitchyier.
Barbara Billingsley

Garland, TX

#11 Nov 19, 2010
Hugh Beaumont wrote:
<quoted text>Who cares Well millions of Beatle fans that's who.You are not in that group I'm sure so you can keep listening to the BackStreet boys or Boys to men or the Jonas Brothers.
Hey,hey Hugh Hugh get off of my cloud.
Oh dear what can I do, Baby's in black and I'm feeling blue.
Hugh

Everett, WA

#12 Nov 19, 2010
Barbara Billingsley wrote:
<quoted text>Hey,hey Hugh Hugh get off of my cloud.
Oh dear what can I do, Baby's in black and I'm feeling blue.
Now June you know we can fly to the moon.No need to feel blue because Hugh's got a plan for you.Have you seen Wally and the Beaver? I thought I saw beaver under your dress June.
Burt77

Lincoln City, OR

#13 Nov 20, 2010
This Beatles on Itunes is crap without
some good bonus material like Now And Then
and Carnival of light.

I have all the songs they are offering
on Itunes by the Beatles.. The cds, the
remastered cds, vinyl.

and they all sound better than the Itunes
downloads. I cant believe that the Beatles
would be so predatory not to include the
bonus material at some point soon. I would
gladly pay if they offered the "new" material
everybody is really waiting for instead of
another cash grab recycling the same songs
for the second time in one year
PoppaJivebones

United States

#14 Nov 21, 2010
Burt77 wrote:
This Beatles on Itunes is crap without
some good bonus material like Now And Then
and Carnival of light.
I have all the songs they are offering
on Itunes by the Beatles.. The cds, the
remastered cds, vinyl.
and they all sound better than the Itunes
downloads. I cant believe that the Beatles
would be so predatory not to include the
bonus material at some point soon. I would
gladly pay if they offered the "new" material
everybody is really waiting for instead of
another cash grab recycling the same songs
for the second time in one year
I agree Burt there is always some music company trying to cash in and recycle the Beatles songs.Everybody jumps on the Bandwagon so to speak.You have the Cd's and vinyl and remastered Cd's so you would know which sounds best.It must be great to compare all of them.Good luck to you and enjoy man.
yep

Varna, Bulgaria

#15 May 30, 2011
check this out --> http://stockmusicboutique.com ?ap_id=chingybs
The Guest is here

Desert Hot Springs, CA

#17 May 30, 2011
Good evening. I can get songs on Itunes of the Beatles. Nice.
Joe Mc Laden

Franklin Park, IL

#18 May 30, 2011
Try Iomoio for .16 cents per song. Good on iPod, no converting thru iTunes ... ready to go. http://www.iomoio.com/artist/6635_thebeatlesm...
Bright light

El Paso, TX

#19 May 31, 2011
black ops wrote:
the beatles are a dead band they havent put out any qrap in 40 years who cares about recycled songs
I'm certain Justin Bieber will put something out soon to satisfy your cravin' for music.

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