Yoko Ono Says No Beatles For You, iTunes!

Aug 6 2010, 8:15am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Yoko Ono Says No Beatles For You, iTunes!
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Yoko Ono, wife of the late John Lennon, still thinks that the world revolves around her as she is the only one in the world who still somehow manages to think that iTunes is evil.
"There's just an element that we're not very happy about, as people. We are holding out," said Ono in an interview when asked why The Beatles still were nowhere to be found on iTunes.

She did, however, at least concede that Steve Jobs is "a brilliant guy," but he "has his own idea," she said.

Well, his ideas have led iTunes to become the #1 music retailer in the country, an event that didn't really surprise anyone but did happen quicker than most people expected.

There have been rumor after rumor about The Beatles making its music officially available for digital download, but the always cocky band still doesn't want its music out there as though people can just choose to buy it whenever they want. Perish the thought!

It is beyond absurd that these old people still think that iTunes would damage their reputation, and obviously if they continue to just release music through special CD sets, it will eventually just die.

For now, though, Ono says, "Don't hold your breath... for anything."

Via Apple Insider

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