20 Songs, 1 Hour 20 Minutes

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.” Let It Roll also includes a beautiful 24-page digital booklet.

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.” Let It Roll also includes a beautiful 24-page digital booklet.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

Nicksta 1 ,

Thanks George for the Music!

This is a great collection of really great tunes from a master tunesmith.
Thank you again George for your wonderful spirit that comes through loud and clear here on every track.

ttlblonde ,

always love him

oh, george, what a talent you were. you'll live on in our hearts and through your music. always my favorite Beatle. it's always the quiet one with the most heart

beatlemaniac152 ,

George Harrison

I love him as a Beatle and a solo artist! :D Favorite song on this album: Got My Mind Set On You

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