Still no Beatles, but Apple adds Lennon

Still no Beatles, but Apple adds Lennon

There are 7 comments on the CNET News.com story from Aug 18, 2007, titled Still no Beatles, but Apple adds Lennon. In it, CNET News.com reports that:

“John would have loved the fact that his music will now be available in a format suited to a new generation of listeners”

Beatles fans can imagine a world where the iTunes Store can sell Rubber Soul, but today they'll have to settle for a working-class hero. via CNET News.com

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#1 Aug 19, 2007
A working class hero is something to be...

Toothless In Seattle

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#2 Aug 19, 2007
Could there be a natural conflict with the Apple record label, and the Apple computer inc.?
... No, I ..really mean it!
lol

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#3 Aug 19, 2007
Toothless In Seattle wrote:
Could there be a natural conflict with the Apple record label, and the Apple computer inc.?
... No, I ..really mean it!
lol
All of John's solo stuff was on Apple up until Double Fantasy...

Toothless In Seattle

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#4 Aug 19, 2007
Groucho AKA Falcon 68 wrote:
<quoted text>All of John's solo stuff was on Apple up until Double Fantasy...
LOL, and again, I stand corrected. You're the man
Beatles Fan

Olathe, KS

#5 Aug 19, 2007
Toothless In Seattle wrote:
Could there be a natural conflict with the Apple record label, and the Apple computer inc.?
... No, I ..really mean it!
lol
There was a conflict. Apple, which is still a trademark owned by the Beatles and their estates sued Apple Computers for their use of the green apple in their logo. After somewhat of a court battle, and before the decision came down, Apple Computer and Apple Corps., came to a settlement that involves putting up Paul's latest solo effort, followed by John...the rest of the deal is apparently secret. But I'm willing to guess that George and/or Ringo's solo stuff will be released, followed by the Beatles collection. I'm holding my breath....well, for a few seconds.

Toothless In Seattle

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#6 Aug 19, 2007
Beatles Fan wrote:
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There was a conflict. Apple, which is still a trademark owned by the Beatles and their estates sued Apple Computers for their use of the green apple in their logo. After somewhat of a court battle, and before the decision came down, Apple Computer and Apple Corps., came to a settlement that involves putting up Paul's latest solo effort, followed by John...the rest of the deal is apparently secret. But I'm willing to guess that George and/or Ringo's solo stuff will be released, followed by the Beatles collection. I'm holding my breath....well, for a few seconds.
I was kind of kidding. But lo and behold, A direct hit! Out of the ballpark too. Thanks, man!
This guy

Goshen, IN

#7 Sep 20, 2013
...is an ath-ho

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