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Rolling Stone's Beatles Album-by-Album Guide for iPad

Includes iconic photos, track-by-track insights, song samples and more.

December 1, 2011 9:00 AM ET
Rolling Stone's Beatles Album-by-Album Guide for iPad

The editors of Rolling Stone bring the essential Beatles experience to your iPad. From Please Please Me to Let It Be, our “Beatles Ultimate Album-by-Album Guide” takes you on a journey deep inside the Beatles catalog. Read about the inspiration and inside story behind each album, listen to audio samples of every song and view iconic photographs that bring the whole experience to life.

The app is available now in the iTunes Store for $9.99.

Features Include:

• The behind-the-scenes story of the making of all 13 classic albums
• Scores of classic Beatles photos 
• Track-by-track insights and audio samples of every song on every album
• Vital stats and facts associated with each release
• Album by album appreciations from Jim James of My Morning Jacket, James Taylor, Stevie Nicks, Liz Phair, Steven Van Zandt, Liam Gallagher, Stephen Malkmus of Pavement, Colin Meloy of the Decemberists, Graham Nash, Bob Weir and more
• A guide to the best non-album tracks

To read the new issue of Rolling Stone online, plus the entire RS archive: Click Here

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