April 21, 2010 – In another blow to record company EMI, Paul McCartney has recovered control of the distribution rights to the albums he released between 1970 and 2006, The Times reported.
The catalogue of McCartney’s music contains around 50 albums that the musician created after his days with The Beatles. The Wall Street Journal reports that the rights to the music have been transferred to Concord Music Group.
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