It is actually a lyric from a paul mcartney song. It was more or less a clue. "Tomorrow is just another day. That you'll never forget." Is true about all tomorrows it's the beauty of the line.
" Was this seriously their big announcement that would make us "never forget" this day? Pffft. "
OT I will buy some, I lost my copy of the white album 4 years ago, and also wanted to always get help.
The only person I know that likes the Beatles enough to buy their music has already bought their CDs. And I showed her how to rip them, so she has no need to buy through iTunes. I can't imagine a true Beatles fan somehow not already owning most of their work.
I don't hate many kinds of music.
... But I hate the Beatles. A few of their songs are pretty good, but theres so much garbage they made that people seem to love.
You know, I really think that's it: I probably would think they were *okay*, but the reverence people show them gets under my skin. I would never have *liked* the Beatles, but I wouldn't have despised them either.
I'm a ridiculous Beatles fan, to the point where I feel that anyone who doesn't like The Beatles has only heard their most popular stuff and has missed out on their deeper material. Yes, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds has survived better than A Day In The Life in the public's consciousness (probably thanks to its appearance in Yellow Submarine,) but ADITL is a WAY better song.
yea first I don't buy anything apple related or from apple/itunes, second while there is a small number of beatles songs I like I don't ever buy their music. I have been to a paul mccartney concert at MSG and it was great but it's not really my kind of music.
Kinda wonder if they're too late at this point with selling this music that's been around for like 40 years. Who was waiting for "the iTunes release" to get this music?
Also, as far as the significance of this, obviously it's not quite what Apple's hyperbole was suggesting. At the same time, it's certainly worth noting given the history between Apple Records and Apple Computer.
" "The most authentic man in Rock 'n Roll." "You mean Kid Rock? I just checked, they have Kid Rock on there. I think you meant Kid Rock, I've heard nobody's more authentic than him.
I already have just about all the Beatles' stuff on CD, but I think I might see if they have Day Tripper.
" I'm a ridiculous Beatles fan, to the point where I feel that anyone who doesn't like The Beatles has only heard their most popular stuff and has missed out on their deeper material. Yes, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds has survived better than A Day In The Life in the public's consciousness (probably thanks to its appearance in Yellow Submarine,) but ADITL is a WAY better song. "That would be true If I didn't used to wake up every sunday to Breakfast with The Beatles. It was a show that would air on a talk radio station that I used to fall asleep to. I just really think they are overrated. They play alright music but, then again, I am a huge blues fan so that might have something to do with it.