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Come and Get It - The Best of Apple Records (Remastered)


Download links and information about Come and Get It - The Best of Apple Records (Remastered). This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:11:35 minutes.

Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:11:35
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No. Title Length
1. Those Were the Days (Remastered) (Mary Hopkin) 5:11
2. Carolina In My Mind (Stereo) [Remastered] (James Taylor) 3:38
3. Maybe Tomorrow (Stereo) [Remastered] (The Iveys) 2:53
4. Thingumybob (Stereo) [Remastered] (John Foster) 1:56
5. King of Fuh (Mono) [Remastered] (Brute Force) 3:04
6. Sour Milk Sea (Remastered) (Jackie Lomax) 3:54
7. Goodbye (Remastered) (Mary Hopkin) 2:25
8. That's the Way God Planned It (Remastered) (Billy Preston) 3:26
9. New Day (Mono Single Mix) [Remastered] (Jackie Lomax) 2:52
10. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight (Remastered) (Thrash) 4:05
11. Give Peace a Chance (Mono) [Remastered] (Hot Chocolate) 4:33
12. Come and Get It (Remastered) (Badfinger) 2:21
13. Ain't That Cute (Remastered) (Doris Troy) 3:49
14. My Sweet Lord (Remastered) (Billy Preston) 3:22
15. Try Some, Buy Some (Remastered) (Ronnie Spector) 4:12
16. Govinda (Remastered) (The Radha Krsna Temple (London)) 4:46
17. We're On Our Way (Remastered) (Chris Hodge) 2:59
18. Saturday Nite Special (Mono) [Remastered] (The Sundown Playboys) 2:12
19. God Save Us (Remastered) (Bill Elliott) 3:11
20. Sweet Music (Remastered) (Derrek Van Eaton) 3:37
21. Day After Day (Remastered) (Badfinger) 3:09



Apple Records was a label meant to fulfill the Beatles’ artistic interests. They’d already perfected their own career so it was time to try new ventures. While it has a reputation as having been a “vanity” label, one listen to this “Greatest Hits” should alter that perception for good. Sure, the Beatles influence is felt. Mary Hopkin, a TV talent-show winner (hmmn), handles Paul McCartney’s surefire hit, “Those Were The Days.” George Harrison helped along Jackie Lomax with the White Album outtake, “Sour Milk Sea.” Badfinger made good on Beatlesque pop with the title track and “Day After Day” and are also featured here in their earlier incarnation as the Iveys with “Maybe Tomorrow.” Billy Preston delivered a dynamite cover of “My Sweet Lord” and “That’s the Way God Planned It.” Doris Troy’s “Ain’t That Cute” is thoroughly powerful. James Taylor’s “Carolina In My Mind” is one of his most enduring tracks. Chris Hodge’s powerfully psychedelic “We’re On Our Way” is exactly the kind of “great lost” track that makes this compilation a must have.