The legendary band have finally agreed to allow their music to appear across nine streaming services. But if you’re a novice, what should you begin with? Radio X looks at ten essential tracks to get you started… or just to remind you of how great the Fabs were.
It's official! Music from The Fab Four will be available on nine streaming services.
It has been confirmed that the The Beatles will be available on streaming services this Christmas.
The Fab Four's tracks will launch from Christmas eve on nine streaming services, including Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal and Google Play Music.
Deezer, Microsoft Groove, Napster, Amazon Prime Music and Slacker Radio have also been confirmed as host services for their back catalogue.
While solo material from John Lennon, Paul MacCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr has been previously available - this will be the first time the band's works will be available to stream online.
The Beatles aren't known for jumping on the band wagon, only appearing on iTunes in 2010 - a whopping seven years after the service was launched.
All 13 remastered Beatles studio albums will be available, along with four compilations, and fans will be able to track the launch around the world on thebeatles.com .
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