The Beatles release free EP
The Beatles release free EP
On Tuesday, the Beatles quietly released a free digital EP, 4, with little fanfare. And, oddly, there are no actual Beatles songs on it. Instead, 4, a four-track EP, contains one solo song from each of the Beatles.

The EP features John Lennon's "Love" (from 1970s's Plastic Ono Band), Paul McCartney's "Call Me Back Again" (from Wings' 1975 album Venus and Mars), George Harrison's "Let It Down" (from 1970's All Things Must Pass) and Ringo Starr's "Walk With You" (from 2010's Y Not).

Universal Music, the label that owns the Beatles catalog, confirmed to Radio.com that this is the first time that solo songs from the Beatles have been packaged together in this way.
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