iTunes still Beatles-less

Cupertino, CA (October 11, 2007) - George Harrison''s solo material is now available on iTunes, making him the final Beatle to get his non-Beatle stuff on the popular Apple-owned music download site. The move has industry insiders speculating that Apple is now one step closer to getting the Beatles, one of its remaining big fish, in the boat. Other marquee holdouts include Garth Brooks, Led Zeppelin and Kid Rock.

Nine George Harrison solo records are available for download in the iTunes store now, including All Things Must Pass and Cloud Nine. The albums have been remastered and some include bonus tracks. Many songs are available as iPhone ringtones.

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