||George and Ravi playing Sitar as part of the film "Raga", originally called "East Meets
West", at Big Sur California on Monday June 1Oth 1968.
||Dehra Dun Intro
||George said in "Anthology" he had some unreleased songs and some that he had never
recorded! - His memory failed him as we present exclusively these never heard tracks.
||This wonderful chant like song, the title being derived from the city of Dehra Dun in
India, was recorded at Trident Studios during the recording of The Radha Krishna Temple Apple single "Hare Krishna Mantra"
during March - July 1969. This is the longer basic mix.
||A shorter edited mix - finalised master over 30 years ago? - but not known about until
||Another unreleased song based on the variable Krsna mantras. Recorded during the same
Krsna sessions in 1969. George always seems to file some of his nicest tunes away from the rest of the world. How many more like
this are still to come ? Hopefully George will give us what we want on his mooted Box set of "Lost Harrison Tapes".
||A shorter edited mix - (a Kula Shaker single maybe) (Crispin - call George at The Park
and ask him nicely - maybe a KS/GH collaboration - a sure No.1 Hit - please).
||I Live For You
||A song that George would return to during "All Things Must Pass" - but still remains
unreleased. Presented here is the full studio unreleased version. Recorded during the Doris Troy sessions - maybe at Abbey
Road, Apple or Trident during the months September - December 1969.
||I Live For You
||The shorter finished version. At this rate "ATMP" could have been a double - triple ! +
french fries - milkshake and an Apple pie.
||Going Down To Golders Green
||Who'd think that you would ever hear GH doing a song like this - a self penned
unreleased Elvis sounding version recorded during the Doris Troy sessions. Based on his journeys down to see Badfinger at 7
Park Avenue, Golders Green North London ? Maybe.
||Going Down To Golders Green
||A finalised edited version. Why are these songs finished and not released until now ?
George - "Don't Let Us Wait Too Long" for other wonderful items like this !
||An unusual vocal from George of a Macca song - but there's a reason for it ! A run thru
version for Doris Troy during the recording of her Apple LP. Her version appeared as the flip side of her second single
"Jacobs Ladder/Get Back" Apple 28, Aug. 28th, 1970. George spills his Orange Juice during this session, but trusty Mal Evans is close
to hand with a Mop! (When you're in the studio with a Beatle even the most mundane tasks are no doubt thrilling).
||Pete Drake's Talking Steel Guitar
||A meandering run thru of a couple of tunes including "Danny Boy" and "Bridge Over
Troubled Water" using the newly invented vocoder that belonged to Peter Frampton. Again from the Doris Troy sessions.
||Your True Love
||A run thru with Bob Dylan from his "New Morning" LP sessions that took place at Columbia
Studio B, New York on May 1st 1970.
||David Frost Show with Ravi Shankar
||They appeared on the David Frost US TV Show on December 3rd, 1971. Here George is heard
to play the sitar again after a 3 year break.
||Awaiting On You All
||These 3 tracks are from George's radio interview with English D.J. Alan Freeman that
were included in his program "Rock Around The World". They were recorded on Oct. 18th 1974 at Apple, 54 St. James Street
and transmitted in the USA in Sept.1975.
||Far East Man
||I Don't Care Anymore
||Here Comes The Sun
||3 tracks taken from the rehearsal for Saturday Night Live on Friday, November 14th, 1976.
||Rock Island Line - Bye Bye Love Medley
||Go Your Own Way
||George's rough interpretation of Fleetwood Mac's song, recorded on Monday November 15th
1976 in his Californian home for a Warner Brothers Sales Conference, on Wednesday November 17th 1976.
||Cloud Nine Guitar Talk
||The story of that Black Gretsch.
||A rehearsal from the Shepperton Studios Sound Stage on April 4th 1992 ahead of the
Royal Albert Hall concert 2 days later.
||Billboard Century Awards 1992
||George was the first to be honoured with this award, presented to him by his Travelling
Wilbury brother, Tom Petty, on Dec. 9th 1992. He may claim to feel 100 years old, but he's certainly not and is in fine
shape as ever. Just listen to that standing ovation. George: next time take your guitar with you !
||All Things Must Pass
||On the 24th of May 1997 George and Ravi spent three hours in the VHl studios recording
their Ying Yang TV show to promote Ravi's "Chants of India" release. George performed three of his own songs and then
demanded that VH1 not include them in the final televised version. VH1 didn't agree and aired this version of "All Things
Must Pass" instead of George's version of the promised Spice Girls medley!
||Chart Show Number 2 Introduction
||Promo intro by George for "Got My Mind Set On You." in 1987