|George Harrison - Front Cover
|George Harrison - Rear Cover
|George Harrison - Inner Sleeve Front
|George Harrison - Inner Sleeve Rear
K4 56562 (cassette)
|16th February 1979
|U.K. L.P. Chart Detail :
|George Harrison's tenth album release.
Credited to George Harrison
Produced by George Harrison and Russ Titelman
George - Lead Vocals, guitars, backing vocals, bass on "Faster"
Andy Newmark - Drums
Willie Weeks - Bass
Neil Larsen - Keyboards, mini Moog
Ray Cooper - Percussion
Stevie Winwood - Polymoog, Harmonium, Mini moog and backing vocals
Emil Richards - Marimba
Gayle Levant - Harp
Eric Clapton - Guitar intro on "Love Comes To Everyone"
Gary Wright - Oberheim on "If You Believe"
Del Newman - Strings and horn arrangements.
Peter Lawson - Hair
Louise de Ville Morel - Tea
Paul Lanzante - Apprentice millionaire.
George's first new album for over two years.
The tracks for this release were recorded at F.P.S.H.O.T., although the strings were added at AIR studios in London.
The album design and the cover photographs are by Mike Salisbury.
Note : I also have a white label advance promotional pressing of this album that was given to me in January 1979.
|Love Comes To Everyone
|The music was written in 1977, with the lyrics added in February 1978 when George
was in Hawaii.
Second single from the album, see Love Comes To Everyone
|Originally recorded by The Beatles during the White Album sessions.
|Here Comes The Moon
|A wry follow-up to "Here Comes The Sun", written in Hawaii and inspired by the Hawaiian sky at the end of the day.
|Dedicated to Bob Longhi.
This song was started in L.A., with the lyrics completed in February 1978.
The song was partly recorded in a pub in Henley-on-Thames, George's local ... The Row Barge.
|Composed on New Years day 1978 in Hawaii.
First single from the album, see Blow Away
|Inspired by Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda and dedicated to the entire Formula One circus.
Special thanks to Jody Scheckter.
In memory of Ronnie Peterson.
The song was written on 20th November 1977.
The racing heard at the start of the song was recorded at the British Grand Prix of 1978 on July 16th.
Third single from the album, see Faster
|Dark Sweet Lady
|Written in Hawaii for Olivia.
|Your Love Is Forever
|Written for Olivia.
|Written in the Virgin Islands about son Dhani.
|If You Believe
|Co-written on New Years day 1978 in Hawaii, and completed in Hawaii.
1st March 2004 - Re-issued on Remastered C.D. in The Dark Horse Years 1976-1992 Boxset (GHBOX 1) and separately with
catalogue number 594 0872.
This has a running time of 43:37 as it adds one bonus track of :
|Here Comes The Moon
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