The Beatles are coming to a streaming service near you this holiday season

by: Jimmy WestenbergDecember 23, 2015

If you’re looking for some new music to add to your digital library, we have some good news for you. Beginning Thursday, December 24th at 12:01 am, The Beatles will be available on many of the most popular music streaming services out there. Google Play Music, Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Prime Music are among the nine streaming services to get The Beatles this holiday season. The full list can be found below:

  • Apple Music
  • Deezer
  • Google Play Music
  • Microsoft Groove
  • Rhapsody
  • Amazon Prime Music
  • Slacker Radio
  • Spotify
  • Tidal
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So what albums will you be able to stream? At least when it comes to Google Play Music, all 13 of The Beatles’ original albums, plus four Beatles collections, will be available for streaming. We’re assuming all of the music services listed above will at least have the original albums available. It should be noted that the entire catalogue of music will be available on the free, ad-supported versions of all of these platforms, so anyone who wants to listen to this iconic band can do so.

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  • M42

    Just what I want – to pay to stream 50 year old music. Not.

    • Yoda

      Sad, sorry, I feel for you.

    • Chris

      Hey its better then 95% of of the crap they call “music” today.

      You don’t need auto tune to tell the world that you suck at singing