One of the reasons I chose Apple Music over Spotify is Apple Music’s support for music videos. Indeed the music video selection, especially for older ones has been continually improving, heading towards a lot of stuff from the dawn of the MTV era (“I want my MTV!” - early 1980s) For instance Duran Duran just got a pile of music videos added to their selection, a while ago David Bowie and Prince got tons of them, etc. While all this is a huge win for me, there is still a vast gap between Apple Music and YouTube. Now, the down side on YouTube is that quality is often wildly inconsistent and there are commercials. But absolutely everything is there, be it video or audio only. Meanwhile Apple Music is missing one or both. Take Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - their first couple of albums “Bad Reputation” and “I Love Rock’n’Roll” a missing from Apple Music - the whole albums, not just the videos. At least they are available on the iTunes Store. Others like Rainer Maria “Catastrophe Keeps Us Together” are not on Apple Music or the iTunes Store - but all of it video and audio are on YouTube. I am sure that there are hundreds if not thousands of other such examples. I don’t doubt that some if not most/all are in some legal conflict limbo - think of it as the music equivalent of the Batman TV show fight that kept it off DVDs for over a decade while the two studios were wrestling. The question though is how does YouTube get away with it? My guess is that Google simply publishes anything until they get sued and lose in court. Apple doesn’t publish unless they have permission ahead of time. Should we be urging Apple to start behaving like Google? Or at least take a much more active approach in getting rights? Amazon also happily sells the OOP CDs.