Elton John’s entire music catalog—more than 30 albums—will be available in digital format from the iTunes Store starting next week. “I’ve wanted my music to be available for digital download worldwide for some time, but I knew that the entire catalog not just the hits needed care and attention to be released in this way,” the singer said. “Now that it’s happening, I’m pleased for the fans’ sake. The world has certainly changed since Philips Records issued my first single on seven-inch vinyl 39 years ago this month.” The catalog will be available exclusively from the iTunes Store from March 26 until April 30 before being made available on other download services. The move will coincide with John’s 60th birthday and the release of a new, 18-track compilation of his work, “Rocket Man: The Definitive Hits.”

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