Wynton and the new Apple iTunes Music Store
Apple Computer Inc. on Monday unveiled a service that lets music fans download songs for 99 cents each, a package that Apple called simple and cheap enough to compete with the free song-swap sites the record industry blames for its slump.
Jobs concluded the launch by playing a video in which U2 lead singer Bono, Wynton Marsalis and singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette praised Apple’s new service.
Songs, from 18 Wynton’s album, are already available for on-line purchase on iTunes Music Store
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