Is Anyone Else Noticing A Trend Here?

Ringo StarrIs it just me, or is there a trend developing here? This morning, Ringo Starr’s catalog was added to the iTunes Store. So now we have Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr on iTunes. That’s three out of the four Beatles!

Here’s what I think will happen next. In the coming weeks, George Harrison’s catalog will be quietly added to the store. Then Apple will officially announce a special event, and the rumor mill will go crazy trying to figure out what Apple has up their sleeves. My guess is that they will use the event to introduce new iPods using technologies perfected during iPhone development, and they will bring Paul and Ringo on stage to announce that Beatlemania has officially come to iTunes. Heck, maybe they’ll even play for us!

Now that would be an announcement worthy of a special event!

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  • Darren

    First Tim tells me to get all excited about Van Halen touring and now he’s telling me I have to listen to Beatles music all for the sake of Apple Propaganda. What next week Tim, the lost Rap album from Elvis? The only thing that excites me about any of this is I’m younger than all the geezers.

  • Darren

    First Tim tells me to get all excited about Van Halen touring and now he’s telling me I have to listen to Beatles music all for the sake of Apple Propaganda. What next week Tim, the lost Rap album from Elvis? The only thing that excites me about any of this is I’m younger than all the geezers.

  • Hey man, the Beatles are still very relevant today. Bands are still copying things they did over 30 years ago. As for that Elvis rap album, they’re still searching the grounds at Graceland. They’ve got the yard all torn up. What a mess!

  • Hey man, the Beatles are still very relevant today. Bands are still copying things they did over 30 years ago. As for that Elvis rap album, they’re still searching the grounds at Graceland. They’ve got the yard all torn up. What a mess!

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