If Apple Corps is Sgt. Pepper, then EMI is the Nowhere Man.
On Monday, rocker Paul McCartney said that negotiations between the Beatles' record company and label EMI, which owns the rights to the group's recordings, have stalled. Each has a say in how and when The Beatles will publish to iTunes.
"The last word I got back was it's stalled at the whole moment, the whole process," McCartney told The Associated Press. "I really hope it will happen, because I think it should."
So do we, Sir Paul. Apple Corps and Apple
Do EMI and Apple Corps know what they're missing? Certainly McCartney sees the value in digital sales, as do other labels. Warner Music Group
Perhaps EMI is the stumbling block. Apple Corps and Viacom's
Apple Corps and EMI? They're still in Nowhere Land
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