During their hippie heyday, the Beatles apparently had more money than they knew what to do with. They opened up a boutique that sold a bunch of different crap: trippy clothing, psychedelic accessories – you get the deal. In addition to a little store, the Beatles also employed an on-staff astrologer who doubled as the assistant manager. Needles to say, the Apple Boutique sounds like a pretty chill place to work.
Bassist Roger Bunn remembers more than most, presumably, via Dangerous Minds:
“I first met Mishi through Diana’s friend Caleb Ashburton-Dunning, the Beatles astrologer, and manager of the Apple shop. Wherein, after Djinn had split, and while James Taylor recorded his demos in the basement, I was on the top floor recording “Life is a Circus” [later recorded by David Bowie]. Caleb had since left Apple in disgrace, reason being he told John Lennon to drop Yoko and return to Cynthia. Unfortunately, for Caleb Ashburton-Dunning, he was also in the process of going acid-ape.”