Billy Preston, Jackie Lomax, James Taylor and Mary Hopkin albums are included in revamp

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The BeatlesApple Records is set to remaster and re-release a number of its albums this October.

Acts including Mary Hopkin, Jackie Lomax and James Taylor are among those set to have their albums reissued on October 25. They were all signed to the label by The Beatles after its launch in 1968.

In recent months, Apple Records has been in the news after Liam Gallagher announced plans to work on a film about the label based on the memoir’s of it’s so-called ‘house hippy’ Richard DiLello.

The full list of Apple Records releases to be reissued are:

James Taylor – ‘James Taylor’ (1968)
Badfinger – ‘Magic Christian Music’ (1970)
Badfinger – ‘No Dice’ (1970)
Badfinger – ‘Straight Up’ (1972)
Badfinger – ‘Ass’ (1974)
Mary Hopkin – ‘Post Card’ (1969)
Mary Hopkin – ‘Earth Song, Ocean Song’ (1971)
Billy Preston – ‘That’s The Way God Planned It’ (1969)
Billy Preston – ‘Encouraging Words’ (1970)
Doris Troy – ‘Doris Troy’ (1970)
Jackie Lomax – ‘Is This What You Want?’ (1968)
Modern Jazz Quartet – ‘Under The Jasmin Tree’ (1968)
Modern Jazz Quartet – ‘Space’ (1969)
John Tavener – ‘The Whale’ (1970)
John Tavener – ‘Celtic Requiem’ (1971)


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