Uncut - 08/01/2012
"[The] talking heads are relevant and informed, there is decent archive -- and even some Beatle and related music....There's a wealth of detail here..."
This documentary traces the history of Apple, not the influential computer company, but the record label founded by The Beatles after the death of their manager Brian Epstein. Not only would Apple function as the group's own label, but they set about signing new talent to record for the new venture. The filmmakers sit down with artists who were signed to Apple including members of Badfinger, as well as with rock historians who provide context for this unique chapter in rock and Beatle history.
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