Today’s Wall Street Journal (paid subscription required) has a detailed report on Apple’s new digital music service, which is expected to be launched on Monday. Among the new information in the report, it says that Apple CEO Steve Jobs called Irving Azoff, the manager of the rock group the Eagles, to ask if their music could be included in the new online service. “Please, please, please clear this,” Jobs reportedly said, knowing the Eagles in the past have blocked the use of their songs on such services. Jobs even offered to personally demonstrate the service for Azoff and Eagles singer Don Henley. Earlier this week, the band and AOL Time Warner indeed struck a deal, allowing most of the band’s music to be used by Apple’s service. “I’ve said ‘no’ to all of them,” Azoff says of other music services. “But I don’t like their services, and I liked [Apple’s] product.”