The Beatles Can Be Streamed Now: With A Little Help From Their Friends (Spotify Is One Of Them!)

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Fans of The Beatles have had a special reunion with their gift this year; the music of the 60s rock band is finally available for streaming on nine different services starting on Christmas Eve. And fans couldn’t get anymore luckier, inside.

If you are wondering which of the streaming services that are providing the music of the Fab Four, they are: Spotify, Apple Music, Slacker, Tidal, Microsoft’s Groove, Rhapsody, Deezer, Google Play and Amazon Prime. And below is the list of albums that you can stream online:

• Please Please Me
• With The Beatles
• A Hard Day’s Night
• Beatles For Sale
• Help!
• Rubber Soul
• Revolver
• Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
• Magical Mystery Tour
• The Beatles
• Yellow Submarine
• Abbey Road
• Let It Be
• The Beatles 1962-1966
• The Beatles 1967-1970
• Past Masters (Volumes 1 & 2)
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This is clearly a watershed moment for fans, as The Beatles have been infamous for being slow to appear on new music services (for instance, it took them years to make it to iTunes). So, we certainly couldn’t be anymore happier for Santa delivering us this special present this year!