Tag: Apple Records

Twilight Music: The Modern Jazz Quartet “Three Little Feelings” (1968)

A lovely offering from the first release of an unusual business partnership.

Jackie Lomax: Rare, Unreleased, and Live, 1965-2012 (Angel Air)

This two-disc collection of rarities, unreleased songs, and a live performance from the late British blues-rocker does an excellent job of documenting a greatly underrated singer.

Jackie Lomax: Rare, Unreleased, and Live, 1965-2012 (Angel Air)

This two-disc collection of rarities, unreleased songs, and a live performance from the late British blues-rocker does an excellent job of documenting a greatly underrated singer.

Heavy Jelly: Heavy Jelly (Angel Air)

A long-lost project from Liverpool singer Jackie Lomax, this album was recorded after his stint on Apple Records, and is just now seeing the light of day.

3AM Eternal: Modern Jazz Quartet: Space (1969)

Jazz legend’s second album for Apple Records is a trippy, mellow journey into space.

3AM Eternal: Wings “Mary Had A Little Lamb” (1972)

Paul McCartney confounded critics and fans alike with the choice for his band Wings’ second single.

3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney: McCartney (1970)

  The solo album shot heard ’round the world. The album appeared almost overnight, to the surprise of the world, and heralded the death of The Beatles. Considering the songwriting and arranging¬† of his Beatles work, McCartney felt like a bit of a disappointment. It was still a moderately successful record, but reviews were not… Read More ›

3AM Eternal: Modern Jazz Quartet “Three Little Feelings” (1968)

Taken from the legendary Modern Jazz Quartet‘s 1968 Apple Records debut album, Under the Jasmin Tree, sit back and enjoy 14 minutes of pure, relaxing jazz…