This sounds like a great new book, since the history of Apple records is so much a part of the Beatles’ history, yet not that well known. So many groundbreaking artists were part of the Apple family.
This looks to become the first comprehensive study of Apple Corps, the company which the Beatles set up to handle not only their own recorded releases, films, publishing and the like, but also to build a stable of new and established artists, a fashion label and retail outlet, an electronics division, a music publishing company, and a film production company.
A is for Apple is the brainchild of two authors: German Axel Korinth, and Dutchman Ed Dieckmann who have issued a general call-out for more information about all aspects of Apple and its operations, especially photographs, documents, memorabilia, etc.
If you have any items of interest you can contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or via their…
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