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Chris Hodge

Chris Hodge revived the spirit of 1968 in 1972 when he phoned Apple and said he had some good rockin’ songs about UFOs. Mmm, sounds far out, said Apple, and they invited him over.

Chris left a demo tape. Apple gave it to Ringo Starr and he liked what he heard. Ringo was a fan of the new generation of pop idols, and was working with Marc Bolan of T. Rex on Born To Boogie for Apple Films. Chris Hodge’s music was not a million light-years away from Marc’s, and Ringo signed Chris to Apple Records.

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