If you say Apple, in relation to late 60s music, most people think of The Beatles. However, Apple was also the name taken by a Welsh psychedelic band.
Founded in 1968, they were signed by Larry Page to his Page One label and made two singles and a hugely collectable album in 1969, An Apple A Day.
Sadly, the LP was a commercial failure, which helps explain why original copies now sell for up to £3000!
Cherry Red now represent Apple‘s recordings so drop us a line if you’re interested?