Though Lon and Derrek Van Eaton's 1973 Apple album, BROTHER [LP VINYL] was actually the first album recorded at the new Apple studios in Savile Row, it was overlooked for re-release on CD, both in the early 1990s and the second set of remastered reissues in 2010. Their George Harrison-produced single, "Sweet Music," does appear on Come and Get It: The Best of Apple Records, which is also part of the Apple Records Box Set.
Now, thanks to the UK label RPM Records (no relation to the US-based Tony Bennett imprint of the same name), BROTHER finally makes its CD debut, under license from Apple and EMI. And quite a gem it is too, as it is a fine example of early '70s pop rock, with traces of bluegrass and jazz thrown in. Produced by longtime Beatles associate Klaus Voormann, except for "Sweet Music," the CD also contains several bonus tracks, including the B-side "Song of Songs," a 2012 remix of "Sweet Music," and several demos and alternate takes from the Apple recording sessions in London that were left off of the original album in favor of several tracks recorded at Bell Sound in New York. The brothers also play most of their own instruments, although they are nicely augmented by several top-flight session musicians, including Klaus Voormann, Ringo Starr, Peter Frampton, Mike Hugg, Jim Gordon, and several others.
Except for those titles owned or issued by other labels (see my review of the Apple Records Box Set for details), I believe the only non-Beatles Apple release left is the 1972 John-and-Yoko produced Elephant's Memory album. Perhaps RPM can make that their next CD issue, with Yoko's blessing.