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EMI to reissue 15 Albums from Apple Records; Clapton appears on four.

Published // 07.Jul.10

On 25 October (26 October in the U.S.) Apple Corps Ltd and EMI Music will reissue 15 albums from Apple Records. Four of the titles feature Eric Clapton, representing recording sessions he participated in 1968 and 1969. The Beatles, also working as sidemen, feature prominently on many of the albums. Each has been digitally remastered at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios by the same team of engineers behind The Beatles remastered catalogue releases last year. Most will have bonus material and all will be available digitally, a first for Apple.

The 15 Apple Records’ reissues are:

‘James Taylor’ (1968) by James Taylor

‘Magic Christian Music’ (1970) by Badfinger

‘No Dice’ (1970) by Badfinger

‘Straight Up’ (1972) by Badfinger

‘Ass’ (1974) by Badfinger

‘Post Card’ (1969) by Mary Hopkin

‘Earth Song, Ocean Song’ (1971) by Mary Hopkin

‘That’s The Way God Planned It’ (1969) by Billy Preston [album features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Keith Richards; produced by George Harrison]

‘Encouraging Words’ (1970) by Billy Preston [album features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Doris Troy, Klaus Voorman; produced by George Harrison]

‘Doris Troy’ (1970) by ‘Doris Troy’ [album features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, Steven Stills, Peter Frampton, Klaus Voorman, Bobby Keys, others; produced by George Harrison]

‘Is This What You Want?’ (1968) by Jackie Lomax [album features guest appearances by Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Nicky Hopkins, Leon Russell, Klaus Voorman, Tim Renwick, others; tracks mainly produced by George Harrison; two tracks produced by Paul McCartney]

‘Under The Jasmin Tree’ (1968) by Modern Jazz Quartet

‘Space’ (1969) by Modern Jazz Quartet

‘The Whale’ (1970) by John Tavener

‘Celtic Requiem’ (1971) by John Tavener

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