The Beatles, 1965, godfat: Associated Press
The release of the song Hey Jude by the British rock group The Beatles in 1968 in the United States was on the verge of collapse because of the image on the plate Apple, reminding distributors vagina. About it reports The Independent.
The conflict arose between the President of American record label Capitol Records Stan Gortikov and his colleagues from the British Apple Records. The latter produced a record with the song Hey Jude to the release, typing on her Apple cut in half — so they painted their logo.
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