Apple Records Announces Reissues of James Taylor, Badfinger, More
Apple Records, the label founded by The Beatles in 1968, recently announced the remastering and re-release of several albums from its roster of artists. This October, the label will reissue selected albums from musicians like James Taylor, Badfinger, Billy Preston and others signed by The Beatles.
The 15 albums selected for re-release have been remastered at Abbey Road Studios in London by the same engineers responsible for the recent Beatles reissues. They will also be available for download, marking Apple Records’ first foray into the digital music world.
Check out the complete listing of reissues below:
James Taylor – James Taylor (1968)
Badfinger – Magic Christian Music (1970), No Dice (1970), Straight Up (1972), Ass (1974)
Mary Hopkin – Post Card (1969), Earth Song, Ocean Song (1971)
Billy Preston – That’s The Way God Planned It (1969), Encouraging Words (1970)
Doris Troy – Doris Troy (1970)
Jackie Lomax – Is This What You Want? (1968)
Modern Jazz Quartet – Under the Jasmine Tree (1968) & Space (1969) as a double CD
John Tavener – The Whale (1970) & Celtic Requiem (1971) as a double CD
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