Beatles' Macca offers exclusive track on iTunes

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    After that lawsuit, somebody's now playing 'The Pipes of Peace'...
     
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    I don't think he was ever against Apple doing music. I think George Harrison, who is always so happy :D, is behind it all.
     
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    Was.

    RIP, George...
     
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    In case anyone reads this thread before the linked article, the MacWorld headline should read "Beatles' MacCartney offers exclusive track on iTunes". I can't fathom why the name got truncated to "Macca". Unless that's a strange British-isms that I'm not aware of. :confused:
     
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    It's UK tabloid-speak for Sir Lovable Mop-Top: purveyor of those silly love songs...
     
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    wow, i imagine this could have an effect on the court case:

    "we dont like itunes. but we still put content on it"

    jeez, some people! :rolleyes:

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    it's a positive development that Sir Paul has a finger in this...
     

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