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Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston. In practice, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists. Allen Klein managed the label from 1969 to 1973, then it was managed by Neil Aspinall on behalf of the Beatles and their heirs. Aspinall retired in 2007 and was replaced by Jeff Jones.

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  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston. In practice, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists. Allen Klein managed the label from 1969 to 1973, then it was managed by Neil Aspinall on behalf of the Beatles and their heirs. Aspinall retired in 2007 and was replaced by Jeff Jones.
  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston; the Beatles envisioned Apple as an artist-friendly label which cut out the "middle man" of the record industry and allowed its talent to make music on their own terms with major-label support. In practice, however, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists, while many of its former artists left or were dropped admits financial troubles that ultimately closed the label in 1976. Apple Records was then revived in the 1990s. Allen Klein managed
  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston; the Beatles envisioned Apple as an artist-friendly label which cut out the "middle man" of the record industry and allowed its talent to make music on their own terms with major-label support. In practice, however, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists, while many of its former artists left or were dropped amidst financial troubles that ultimately closed the label in 1976. Apple Records was then revived in the 1990s. Allen Klein managed
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  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston. In practice, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists. Allen Klein managed the label from 1969 to 1973, then it was managed by Neil Aspinall on behalf of the Beatles and their heirs. Aspinall retired in 2007 and was replaced by Jeff Jones.
  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston; the Beatles envisioned Apple as an artist-friendly label which cut out the "middle man" of the record industry and allowed its talent to make music on their own terms with major-label support. In practice, however, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists, while many of its former artists left or were dropped admits financial troubles that ultimately closed the label in 1976. Apple Records was then revived in the 1990s. Allen Klein managed the label from 1969 to 1973, then it was managed by Neil Aspinall on behalf of the Beatles and their heirs. Aspinall retired in 2007 and was replaced by Jeff Jones.
  • Apple Records is a record label founded by the Beatles in 1968 as a division of Apple Corps Ltd. It was initially intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles, both as a group and individually, plus a selection of other artists including Mary Hopkin, James Taylor, Badfinger, and Billy Preston; the Beatles envisioned Apple as an artist-friendly label which cut out the "middle man" of the record industry and allowed its talent to make music on their own terms with major-label support. In practice, however, the roster had become dominated by the mid-1970s with releases of the former Beatles as solo artists, while many of its former artists left or were dropped amidst financial troubles that ultimately closed the label in 1976. Apple Records was then revived in the 1990s. Allen Klein managed the label from 1969 to 1973, then it was managed by Neil Aspinall on behalf of the Beatles and their heirs. Aspinall retired in 2007 and was replaced by Jeff Jones.
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