Apple Records Box Set

by Devin Mainville

23 November 2010

 

Apple Records, launched by a little band called The Beatles in 1968, has a new box set featuring 15 key albums originally released from 1968-1973. The 15 albums include artists like Badfinger, Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Doris Troy, Jackie Lomax and many more. There’s also a bonus CD entitled Come and Get It: The Best of Apple Records. This bonus disc contains 21 singles from the glory days of Apple Records. In conjunction with the singles from acts like Ronnie Spector and The Iveys, there are four previously unreleased tracks from James Taylor. There are bonus/unreleased tracks on virtually all of the remastered albums as well as new packaging including updated notes and visuals.


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