19 Songs, 1 Hour 27 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 1991, George Harrison went out on tour with old cohort Eric Clapton for a series of rare, live appearances in Japan. The best moments are gathered in this 19-song collection that gives equal weight to both his Beatles successes and his solo material up until the Cloud Nine era. Hearing such material like "Piggies" and "If I Needed Someone" in a live setting must have been monumental for fans, who respond appropriately. These tracks, alongside rare airings of "Taxman," "My Sweet Lord," and "Isn't It a Pity," make for a striking overview of Harrison's songwriting.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 1991, George Harrison went out on tour with old cohort Eric Clapton for a series of rare, live appearances in Japan. The best moments are gathered in this 19-song collection that gives equal weight to both his Beatles successes and his solo material up until the Cloud Nine era. Hearing such material like "Piggies" and "If I Needed Someone" in a live setting must have been monumental for fans, who respond appropriately. These tracks, alongside rare airings of "Taxman," "My Sweet Lord," and "Isn't It a Pity," make for a striking overview of Harrison's songwriting.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

drl71 ,

A pleasure

Buy the album not individual songs. You will not regret it.

Henry Askin ,

My life

This is great to hear George in concert.

Snoutston Hornbark ,

I hate live albums

…but this is the exception. I was only 9 when this was released, but my dad & i rocked it out daily. 20+ years later i still absolutely have to blast Cheer Down at full volume. The guitar on that track is total ear shredding, annihilating, sonic GOLD.

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