Apple has made many more exclusive live recordings from its recent iTunes Festival available for purchase and download through the iTunes Store.

The collection includes one of Amy Winehouse's last performances before news emerged that the artist has had to take an extensive break from live work, in order to concentrate on resolving her health problems.

The collection also features six exclusive live tracks from former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney.

Paul McCartney at iTunes Festival

Also available are live performances from: Kasabian, MIKA, Nine Black Alps. Travis, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, GoodBooks, Ben's Brother, Editors, Stereophonics, Groove Armada, Good Shoes, Ghosts, Scott Matthews, Remi Nicole, Little Man Tate and Air Traffic.

Prices for collections vary depending on the number of songs released for sale through iTunes by the artist.

Apple continues to add new material captured during its month-long series of live events, and has also promised some live video recordings will be made available in future.

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