Beatles 'Anthology, Volumes 1-3' Available For Streaming
Now available for full digital streaming across all outlets.
The most beloved rock band in history, The Beatles, is now crossing in the digital age of music with the release of their acclaimed 1995/1996 rarities sets, Anthology, Volumes 1-3, available for streaming across all major music streaming services. The collections, which contain studio outtakes and alternative versions of iconic tracks, have now been remastered at Abbey Road Studios by the same engineers involved in the 2009 reissue campaign.
The three chronological collections feature “Free as a Bird” and “Real Love,” two singles completed in 1995 by George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr using the foundation of low-fidelity John Lennon demos recorded in 1977. “Free as a Bird” became the band’s 34th American top 10 hit and won a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocal. The Anthology project also included an expansive TV documentary series and a book chronicling the band’s history.
After a long holdout, fans of the Liverpool quartet can now access the legendary group’s extensive catalog and stream it all at TheBeatles.com.
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