Today it became known that on the eve of Catholic Christmas on popular strimingovy services, such as Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer or the Google Play, for the first time will appear 13 albums of the Liverpool four. This event is remarkable the fact that online broadcast of music of The Beatles long time was blocked by the British record company EMI owning the rights to the edition of albums of group. Owners regularly released their different versions on physical media, in that, number and on vinyl disks, aiming to retrieve from this the maximum profit.
From a blog entry of Microsoft (its musical Groove Music service will be among those who will acquire the broadcasting right), it is possible to learn that all 13 classical albums of group and 4 collections will be published. On Spotify access to albums The Beatles will be got at once by all users irrespective of whether they have a paid subscription, and other service to large strimingovy service — — for any reason to agree with owners did not manage Pandora and they will have no official release of The Beatles.
Five years ago Apple began the serious advertizing company connected with the fact that albums The Beatles had to appear in iTunes. However, then something went not so, and only John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr's solo plates really were published. Now the observer of BBC Leo Kelion notices that the well-known four does not recognize achievements of modern technologies and "… is on a party late enough". Like them other veterans — AC/DC were given and permitted a striming of the music only recently.
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