George Harrison archive; Early Takes Volume 1 released
Olivia Harrison and a few trusted collaborators are going through the guitarist's massive archive and bringing the best of it to the public George Harrisonwas recording steadily at the studio in his English country estate until nearly the day he died in 2001.Full Story
Since: Dec 06
#1 Apr 20, 2012
I love the fact that Olivia stated there is a reason it's called Volume 1 , and that George recorded right up to his death, which means the chance of another studio album.
Lynne,Starr,Keltner,Giles and the others could join in and make this happen.
#2 May 8, 2012
I have heard bootleg stuff of George's. He had some really good stuff he never released. I would be excited to hear more and hear some of what I have heard in better condition. Great news!!!
#3 May 8, 2012
I agree and it could very well happen. Olivia Harrison is one really cool lady and so is Dhani Harrison. They both want to get George's music heard and polished up to complete some of his demos.
#4 May 8, 2012
Great news, indeed. A hundred years from now they'll still be playing Beatles stuff.
#5 May 8, 2012
I hope so Billy. When I was a kid I never thought the Beatles would still be played but I hear at least one Beatle a day on some radio station. I think the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix will always be played somewhere.
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