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Apple Records Acetate / the B side has a COMPLETELY UNKNOWN 

 
 
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APPLE RECORDS UK 1971 DEMO ACETATE - MARY HOPKIN - LET MY NAME / THE BEATLES !!!
+ UNKNOWN UNRELEASED LIKE THE BEATLES TRACK ON B. SIDE 
Apple Records Acetate mh1

This ACETATE was for the A side of MARY HOPKIN - APPLE RECORDS single from 1971, of course APPLE RECORDS was THE BEATLES record label and they signed MARY HOPKIN to the label as they were fans of her !!! 
This was a music publishing ACETATE and came from the BELWIN-MILLS MUSIC library who were the publishers of this track and which I bought the library from !!! 
This sounds like a slightly different MIX to the APPLE RECORDS release, but could simply be for the fact that it is pressed on ACETATE ??? 
The B side has a COMPLETELY UNKNOWN and as far as I could find UNRELEASED track that sounds like a late period THE BEATLES, or solo GEORGE HARRISON track, but who is it by (you can even hear them talking at the beginning of the track)??? 
Any help please get in touch. 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ron Griffiths
Hello everyone …. that song has nothing to do with us - that is definitely NOT Tommy singing . The mystery goes on !! 
 
 
 
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Mary Hopkin   Goodbye's B side 

Paul said that he needed B side. In the room 6-7 songwriters such as Badfinger and Grapefruit members joined together. Paul was anxiously concerned with the development of Apple publishing. And, fortunately our song 'Sparrow' was adopted. --- Graham Lyle (Gallagher & Lyle) Original text is unknown. translate Japanese to English

I received a note by Paul McCartney that Mary Hopkin's new song Goodbye's B side is necessary. Paul tried to compete his Apple publication writers and write her song. Mortimer also wrote the song. --- Tom Smith (Mortimer) Original text is unknown. translate Japanese to English

Fabulous 208 (Feb. 7, 1970) 
Badfinger, they are prolific songwriters with a collection of over 300 songs already, one promised to Mary Hopkin.
 

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