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Rolling Stones and McCartney, the history of rock in iTunes LP format

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The history of music in iTunes LP on the Italian store. Here is the surprise that, as Christmas approaches, Apple has reserved for fans of the song. "Encapsulated" in the new multimedia format that allows you to mix songs, photographs, texts, films and special contents, to be seen on iTunes and Apple TV, are the Rolling Stones and McCartney, as if to say the two opposite poles of rock and roll of the years' 60 and which still represent a customary phenomenon and also two essential elements to understand society and contemporary culture.

The Rolling Stones offer Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out in iTunes LP format. The first, highly appreciated and almost mythical, as well as probably also the best live, work of the English band.

Made on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of the recording that took place at Madison Square Garden in New York (apart from a song resulting from the performance that took place in Baltimore), Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! proposed in iTunes Plus format that contains the original album, 5 live songs recorded in the historic tour and never published and a series of performances by the artists who accompanied the Stones on the US tour: B.B King and also Ike and Tina Turner. A bonus with about half an hour of the Stones live performances is included as a bonus; the songs on video are Prodigal Son, You Gotta Move, Under My Thumb, I m Free ”, (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction and videos from the Backstage of the cover realization. There is also a 56-page booklet with exclusive texts and images. Recall that thanks to iTunes Plus you can browse historical photos or watch videos and documentaries directly from the Mac or Apple TV.

Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! (a text that is substantially untranslatable but an invitation to express itself also against the rules) in iTunes LP format proposed at the price of 24.99 euros starting from this page of the iTunes Store.

Paul McCartney, however, with Ringo Starr the last survivor of the Beatles who were the B side of the Rolling Stones (or the A side, depending on the point of view) on the disc that represents the history of pop and rock music of the last century, introduces himself in iTunes LP with Good Evening New York, a double live CD consisting of 34 tracks all recorded live during McCartney's concerts on 17, 18 and 21 July 2009 at the CitiField in New York.

In addition to the musician's repertoire the double live contains the execution of several timeless Beatles classics: Good Evening New York City is of particular importance both for McCartney and for the fans because the concert and recordings took place a few meters away from the now demolished Shea Stadium which hosts a historic Beatles concert in 1965.

The iTunes LP Good Evening New York City album costs 17.99 euros.