Editors' Notes An inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as both a Beatle and a solo artist, the late George’s entire solo career is profiled for the first time on Let It Roll: Songs of George Harrison. The compilation is culled from his six major studio albums, with his Fab Four years represented by a trio of live cuts from his legendary Concert for Bangladesh benefit at Madison Square Garden in 1971. In addition to signature songs such as “My Sweet Lord” and “When We Was Fab,” this collection boasts rarities such as “Cheer Down” (a collaboration with Tom Petty), the Bob Dylan cover "I Don't Want to Do It," and a demo version of “Isn’t It a Pity.”

SONG
Got My Mind Set On You
1
3:52
 
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
2
3:35
 
Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
3
3:48
 
My Sweet Lord
4
4:40
 
While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live At Madison Square Garden)
5
4:46
 
All Things Must Pass
6
3:46
 
Any Road
7
3:52
 
This Is Love
8
3:47
 
All Those Years Ago
9
3:46
 
Marwa Blues
10
3:41
 
What Is Life
11
4:24
 
Rising Sun
12
5:27
 
When We Was Fab
13
3:51
 
Something (Live At Madison Square Garden)
14
3:10
 
Blow Away
15
3:59
 
Cheer Down
16
4:06
 
Here Comes the Sun (Live At Madison Square Garden)
17
2:54
 
I Don't Want to Do It
18
2:54
 
Isn't It a Pity
19
7:07
 
Isn't It a Pity (Demo Version)
20
2:58
 

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