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|1. The U (Don't) No Who (Aka Bachdenkel) - An Apple A Day(Previously Unreleased)|
|2. Jigsaw - Great Idea|
|3. Gallagher & Lyle - Ivy Unrehearsed (Previously Unreleased)|
|4. Dennis Couldry - I Am Nearly There|
|5. Iveys - Black & White Rainbows (Previously Unreleased)|
|6. Iveys - Girl Next Door In A Mini Skirt (Previously Unreleased)|
|7. Lace - Soldier (Previously Unreleased 1968 Demo)|
|8. Gallagher & Lyle - Technicolour Dream (Previously Unreleased)|
|9. Gallagher & Lyle - In Your Wonderful Way (Previously Unreleased Demo)|
|10. Mortimer - People Who Are Different (Previously Unreleased Demo)|
|11. Iveys - Tomorrow Today|
|12. Dennis Couldry - James In The Basement|
|13. The U (Don't) No Who (Aka Bachdenkel) - Strange People (Previously Unreleased)|
|14. Majority One - Charlotte Rose|
|15. Goldrush - Somebody's Turning On The People|
|16. Second Hand - Fairytale|
|17. Turquoise - Sister Saxophone|
|18. The U (Don't) No Who (Aka Bachdenkel) - Now And Again Rebecca (Previously Unreleased)|
|19. Iveys - Mr Strangeways (Previously Unreleased Demo)|
|20. Cups - Good As Gold|
See all 22 tracks on this disc
The Apple Music publishing company was first into battle for the new organisation, making its initial signings in mid 1967, in fact before the company even got to 94 Baker St. Over the next two years they demod many writers and placed recordings where possible. Inevitably given the amount recorded, a great deal remained unissued and we are happy to be able to give many of those songs a well deserved airing.
Highlights includes four more previously unissued Iveys tracks, the first recordings of Gallagher & Lyle, and the cult Bachdenkel who provide the title track.
The sleeve notes are a lovingly documented essay by Stefan Granados including many rare pics and memorabilia.
A follow up to very strong selling 94 Baker Street compilation (RPM 270) and interest in the Beatles/Apple era is as high as ever.
At least half the album is previously unreleased and is prime Pop / Pysch material; perfect for fans and collectors alike...