Wednesday, 19 June 2019

ON THIS DAY IN 1970: "DORIS TROY" APPLE ALBUM WAS RELEASED IN THE UK - PRODUCED BY GEORGE HARRISON

Doris Troy is an album released in 1970 on the Beatles' Apple Records label by American soul singer Doris Troy.
It features songs written by Troy and a number of the participants on the sessions, including George Harrison, Stephen Stills, Klaus Voormann and Ringo Starr

Through the extended period of recording, the album became an all-star collaborative effort, typical of many Apple projects during 1968–70, although it was Troy's only album on the Beatles' label. Other guest musicians included Billy Preston, Peter Frampton, Leon Russell, Eric Clapton and members of the Delaney & Bonnie Friends band. Like the Harrison-produced single "Ain't That Cute", Doris Troy failed to chart in Britain or America on release.
The album was reissued in 1992 and 2010 with bonus tracks such as Troy's version of the Beatles' hit song "Get Back". 



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