We read the news today, oh boy: It’s The Beatles, on Google Play Music

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    No need for fussing or fighting, my friend. Now you can live on a Yellow Submarine, march in Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Band or go to Strawberry Fields Forever. Starting on December 24, all 13 of The Beatles’ iconic original albums, plus four essential Beatles collections, will be available to stream on Google Play Music—enough music to fill up eight days a week.

    The best-selling band in history, with 20 number one Billboard Hot 100 hits, The Beatles continue to be one of the world’s most beloved bands decades after their last original album. So, what lyrics take a sad song and make it better? What albums get you through a hard day’s night? Come together, right now, to take a look at some of the top Beatles searches, according to Google Trends.

    1. Abbey Road 2. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 3. Help! 4. Let It Be 5. Magical Mystery Tour
    1. Hey Jude 2. Yesterday 3. Come Together 4. Help! 5. Let It Be

    Bonus: If you open up the Google app on your Android phone and say “Ok Google, play the Beatles,” There will be an answer. Let it stream.

    In the words of Ed Sullivan: “Ladies and Gentlemen, The Beatles!”

    Posted by Gwen Shen, Music Partnerships, Google Play

    IMAGE URL Gwen Shen Music Partnerships Google Play



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    Posted: December 23, 2015, 3:00 pm

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