Beatles ‘Anthology’ Albums Debut On Streaming Services Worldwide

Beatles 'Anthology' Albums Debut On Worldwide Streaming Services
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As of today, volumes 1-3 of The Beatles Anthology are available across all streaming services. This news is a dream come true for Beatles fans who have been waiting for years to stream their favorite band’s music. The release of The Beatles Anthology on streaming platforms is a significant milestone in the band’s journey towards digital formats.

The Beatles Anthology was originally released in the 90s and went multi-platinum in several countries worldwide. The collection was only available in physical format back then, which meant that fans had to purchase the CDs to enjoy the rare recordings and differing versions of their favorite songs. The result was an avalanche of revenue, thanks to big-ticket, physical-only purchases.

Fast forward to the present, and the band is continuing its glacier-like move toward digital formats. The newly released Anthology songs have been digitized and remastered from the original 1995 and 1996 CD volumes, making them sound better than ever before. The remastering process was carried out in London at the Abbey Road studios by the same engineers who worked on a 2009 remastered release.

All three compilation albums were released by Apple Records and included some of the band’s most famous songs, including Free as a Bird and Real Love, both of which were written by John Lennon. Anthology 1 includes rarities, outtakes, and live performances during the 1958-1964 period. Anthology 2 features outtakes and alternative performances from the 1965 Help! Sessions, and Anthology 3 includes alternative songs from the final two years of the Beatles’ career.

The Anthology collection is a treasure trove of unreleased and rare recordings that provide insight into the band’s creative process and evolution. The collection offers an in-depth look at the Beatles’ music and includes early versions of some of their most famous songs. The Anthology also includes live performances by the band, giving fans a chance to experience The Beatles in concert.

The release of The Beatles Anthology on streaming platforms is a significant event in the history of music. The Beatles were one of the last bands to withhold their music from streaming services, and it wasn’t until last Christmas that music fans could hear the Beatles across multiple streaming platforms. The availability of The Beatles Anthology on streaming platforms means that fans can access the band’s music anytime, anywhere, without having to purchase physical copies of the albums.

The Beatles Anthology is a must-listen for any Beatles fan. The collection is a testament to the band’s influence on the music industry and their enduring legacy. The Anthology provides a glimpse into the band’s creative process and offers an opportunity to experience their music in a whole new way. The remastered versions of the songs are a treat for the ears, and the collection is sure to delight both old and new fans alike.

In conclusion, the release of The Beatles Anthology on streaming platforms is a significant milestone in the band’s journey towards digital formats. The collection is a must-listen for any Beatles fan, and the remastered versions of the songs are a treat for the ears. The Beatles’ enduring legacy continues to inspire new generations of music lovers, and The Beatles Anthology is a testament to their influence on the music industry. The availability of The Beatles Anthology on streaming platforms means that fans can access the band’s music anytime, anywhere, and that is something to celebrate.

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3 Responses

  1. Rick Shaw

    Finally, something I need – another Beatles record with the same songs on it, just in a different order. Remixed, remaster, digitally-repurposed and re-analoged to death. Meh.

  2. AcidGod

    Beatles, #1 acid band in the world. How many dealers did they not make happy.