Apple Records was founded by The Beatles in 1968. The label's artists included the Modern Jazz Quartet, Ravi Shankar and Doris Troy. hide caption

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The Beatles' Apple label, as seen on a copy of Abbey Road. Apple not only released The Beatles' own records, but also looked for younger acts the band hoped would flourish. Don Ryan/AP Photo hide caption

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The album Sweet Dreams: Her Complete Decca Masters contains all of Cline's recordings on the label. Hip-O-Select hide caption

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Sugar Pie DeSanto's complete Chess singles from 1961 to 1966 are available on her album Go Go Power. Ace Records hide caption

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Taking Care of Business spans most of Freddie King's career. Bear Family Records hide caption

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Bear Family has just released Louie and the Lovers: The Complete Recordings, the band's long-rumored second album. Bear Family hide caption

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Big Star acquired a cult following in the 1980s, when other groups started sampling their songs. Rhino Records hide caption

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