Showbiz 411 reports that Neil Young has reached an agreement with The Beatles to sell their catalog in his Pono music store, which launched last week with more than two-million titles.

Young, who inducted Paul McCartney into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999, says, “We want to start a community of music lovers worldwide so future generations will be able to hear today’s classics in a way that’s representative of what music really is, instead of having a museum of MP3 files.”

Solo releases by George Harrison and John Lennon are available in the Pono store.

The actual Pono digital player goes on sale this week. Spokespeople for Young and The Beatles are unavailable for comment.