George Harrison greatest hits

2009-05-08 by David James Young | 9 Comments
The Beatles MySpace blog announced today the forthcoming release of "Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison", a compilation CD of all of Harrison's solo hits, from 1970's All Things Must Pass up to 2002's Brainwashed, including live cuts from the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh. All the tracks have been remastered especially for the release.

The tracklist is as follows:

1. Got My Mind Set On You

2. Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)

3. The Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)

4. My Sweet Lord

5. While My Guitar Gently Weeps [Live] - Concert For Bangladesh

6. All Things Must Pass

7. Any Road

8. This Is Love

9. All Those Years Ago

10. Marwa Blues

11. What Is Life

12. Rising Sun

13. When We Was Fab

14. Something [Live] - Concert For Bangladesh

15. Blow Away

16. Cheer Down

17. Here Comes The Sun [Live] - Concert For Bangladesh

18. I Don't Want To Do It

19. Isn't It A Pity

For full details, visit http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=42290578&b logID=487909733

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poweroftheweez
May 8th 2009
1294 Comments


nice. my favorite beatle.

El_Goodo
May 8th 2009
1013 Comments


Is another greatest hits really going to do anything for Harrison? I'm thinking most Harrison fans already have these songs!

easylee
May 8th 2009
80 Comments


greatest hits albums aren't directed at people that are already fans

Prince of Darkness
May 8th 2009
186 Comments


where's Wah Wah? that song rocks.

El_Goodo
May 8th 2009
1013 Comments


greatest hits albums aren't directed at people that are already fans


It's George Harrison god dammit who's going to pick this up not knowing George Harrison. Not to mention he has at least 4 other greatest hits! But I'm all for George getting new fans so hopefully this sells.

SylentEcho
May 10th 2009
1607 Comments


Good news. The fab 4 are immortal!

burnafterbreeding
May 10th 2009
1528 Comments


Who?

Asiatic667
May 10th 2009
4651 Comments


I think they had a kids entertainment show on tv in the 60's or sumthin'

pyogeniccortex
May 10th 2009
183 Comments


I always loved his guttural



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