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|Catalogue No.||Artist||A Side||B Side||Release Date|
|APPLE 1||The Beatles||Hey Jude||Revolution||30/08/1968|
|Hoping to be released from their contract before the release of "Hey Jude"
The Beatles planned for this track to launch their new label ! ....
But the E.M.I. contract remained tightly in place and this number never appeared,
instead it had an Apple label and a more typical Parlophone number of R 5722
|APPLE 2||Mary Hopkin||Those Were The Days (1)||Turn Turn Turn||30/08/1968|
|APPLE 2 (above) was originally going to be APPLE 1002 as can be seen in the run-off groove.|
|APPLE 3||Jackie Lomax||Sour Milk Sea||The Eagle Laughs At You||30/08/1968|
|APPLE 4||Black Dyke Mills Band||Thingumybob||Yellow Submarine||6/09/1968|
|APPLE 5||The Iveys||Maybe Tomorrow||And Her Daddy's A Millionaire||15/11/1968|
|APPLE 6||Trash||Road To Nowhere||Illusions||24/01/1969|
|APPLE 7||Mary Hopkin||Lontano Dagli Occhi||The Game||unreleased|
|APPLE 7 (above) was never released in this format in the U.K., both tracks
eventually appearing as B-sides on APPLE 9 (also unreleased) and APPLE 22
|APPLE 8||Brute Force||King Of Fuh||Nobody Knows||withdrawn|
|APPLE 8 (above) was sent out to D.J.'s on advance promotion, but|
was promptly scrapped when it was realised the chorus went ...
"Here comes the Fuh King".
|APPLE 9||Mary Hopkin||Prince En Avignon||The Game||unreleased|
|APPLE 9 (above) was unreleased in the U.K.|
|APPLE 10||Mary Hopkin||Goodbye (2)||Sparrow||28/03/1969|
|APPLE 11||Jackie Lomax||New Day||Fall Inside Your Eyes||9/05/1969|
|APPLE 12||Billy Preston||That's The Way God Planned It (11)||What About You||27/06/1969|
|APPLE 13||Plastic Ono Band||Give Peace A Chance (2)||Remember Love||4/07/1969|
|APPLE 14||The Iveys||No Escaping Your Love||Dear Angie||unreleased|
|APPLE 14 (above) was released in Europe on 18th July 1969, but
as the Iveys changed their name to "Badfinger", this release was shelved in the U.K.
|APPLE 15||Radha Krishna Temple||Hare Krishna Mantra (12)||Prayer To The Spiritual Masters||29/08/1969|
|APPLE 16||Mary Hopkin||Que Sera Sera||Fields Of St. Etienne||19/09/1969|
|Que Sera Sera was released on 19th September 1969, but failed to chart.|
It was re-issued on APPLE 27 ..... but it promptly failed to chart again !
|APPLE 17||Trash||Golden Slumbers (35)||Trash Can||26/09/1969|
|APPLE 18||Hot Chocolate Band||Give Peace A Chance||Living Without Tomorrow||10/10/1969|
|APPLE 19||Billy Preston||Everything's All Right||I Want To Thank You||17/10/1969|
|APPLE 20||Badfinger||Come And Get It (4)||Rock Of All Ages||5/12/1969|
|APPLE 21||Billy Preston||All That I've Got||As I Get Older||30/01/1970|
|APPLE 22||Mary Hopkin||Temma Harbour (6)||Lontano Dagli Occhi||16/01/1970|
|APPLE 23||Jackie Lomax||How The Web Was Woven||Thumbing A Ride||6/02/1970|
|APPLE 24||Doris Troy||Ain't That Cute||Vaya Con Dios||13/02/1970|
|APPLE 25||Radha Krishna Temple||Govinda (23)||Govinda Jai Jai||6/03/1970|
|APPLE 26||Mary Hopkin||Knock Knock Who's There (2)||I'm Going To Fall In Love Again||23/03/1970|
|"Knock Knock Who's There"" was Britain's Eurovision Song Contest entry for 1970.|
|APPLE 27||Mary Hopkin||Que Sera Sera||Fields Of St. Etienne|
|APPLE 28||Doris Troy||Jacob's Ladder||Get Back||28/08/1970|
|APPLE 29||Billy Preston||My Sweet Lord||Long As I Got My Baby||unreleased|
|"My Sweet Lord" by Billy Preston was released September 1969 ... two months BEFORE
George's version ....
But .... not released in Britain !
|APPLE 30||Mary Hopkin||Think About Your Children (19)||Heritage||16/10/1970|
|APPLE 31||Badfinger||No Matter What (5)||Better Days||6/11/1970|
|APPLE 32||James Taylor||Carolina In My Mind||Something's Wrong||6/11/1970|
|APPLE 33||Ronnie Spector||Try Some, Buy Some||Tandoori Chicken||16/04/1971|
|APPLE 34||Mary Hopkin||Let My Name Be Sorrow (46)||Kew Gardens||18/06/1971|
|APPLE 35||Badfinger||Name Of The Game||Suitcase||unreleased|
|APPLE 35 (above) was to be Badfinger's third single in June 1971, but
was not felt strong enough, and postponed in the U.K.
|APPLE 36||Bill Elliot||God Save Us||Do The Oz||16/07/1971|
|APPLE 37||Ravi Shankar||Joi Bangla||Oh Bhaugowan/Raga Mishra||27/08/1971|
|APPLE 38||Yoko Ono||Mrs. Lennon||Midsummer New York||29/10/1971|
|APPLE 39||Mary Hopkin||Water, Paper and Clay||Jefferson||26/11/1971|
|APPLE 40||Badfinger||Day After Day (10)||Sweet Tuesday Morning||14/01/1972|
|APPLE 41||Yoko Ono||Mind Train||Listen, The Snow Is Falling||21/01/1972|
|APPLE 42||Badfinger||Baby Blue||Flying|
|APPLE 43||Chris Hodge||We're On Our Way||Supersoul||9/06/1972|
|APPLE 44||Sundown Playboys||Saturday Nite Special||Valse De Soleil Coucher||17/11/1972|
|APPLE 45||Elephant's Memory||Power Boogie||Liberation Special||1/12/1972|
|APPLE 46||Lon & Derek Van Eaton||Warm Woman||More Than Words||9/03/1973|
|APPLE 47||Yoko Ono||Death Of Samantha||Yang Yang||4/05/1973|
|APPLE 48||Yoko Ono||Run, Run, Run||Men, Men, Men||9/11/1973|
|APPLE 49||Badfinger||Apple Of My Eye||Blind Owl||8/03/1974|
|APPLE 49 (above), the LAST Apple non-Beatles related single was released 8th March 1974.|
|APPLE 1001||Plastic Ono Band||Cold Turkey (14)||Don't Worry Kyoko||24/10/1969|
|APPLE 1002||Plastic Ono Band||You Know My Name||What's The New, Mary Jane||unreleased|
|APPLE 1002 (above) was originally scheduled for release 5th December 1969.
"You know my name" still had APPLES 1002 stamped in the run-off groove on Let It Be
|APPLE 1003||Plastic Ono Band||Instant Karma (5)||Who Has Seen The Wind||6/02/1970|
|APPLE CT 1||Various Artists||The Walls Ice Cream Promo (promotional E.P.)||18/07/1969|