I wonder if the Beatles’ lawyers were aware of this (their epic lawsuit over Apple’s name is why you couldn’t buy their music on iTunes until a few years ago)
Wow, the excessive saxophone solo on that second track is really peak 1980’s.
This reminds me of those song-and-dance programs companies used to stage at their annual meetings in the 1950s.
They should have had Doris Norton do this music! They had some sort of sponsor relationship (Apple’s logo appeared on her album). Would have been a lot better, though I think she’d been poached by IBM by the time the OP cassette came out.
This is exactly the kind of thing that makes rank and file company employees die with embarrassment and question the intelligence of upper management. I’ve seen this sort of thing happen before.
What the heck is that from?
Much more than you ever wanted to know:
Intended to be a Springsteen anthem, ends up more like Meat Loaf
Unavailable… Someone has an alternate link?
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