George Harrison's solo work now in iTunes Store

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    George Harrison's albums, from [playlistId=265752411]All Things Must Pass[/playlistId] to [playlistId=265537087]Brainwashed[/playlistId], are now in the iTunes Store. That means the solo work of all four Beatles is now covered. From what I've read, the Beatles catalog is definitely on its way, but may or may not make it into iTunes before the end of the year.

    Looking for good Harrison music? I'd recommend the entire All Things Must Pass album. It's quite a bargain and has some of his best-ever work.

    From the [playlistId=265696029]Cloud Nine[/playlistId] album, I'd pick the track [playlistId=265696029&i=265698688]Got My Mind Set On You[/playlistId]. From [playlistId=265455898]Living in the Material World[/playlistId], I like [playlistId=265455898&i=265455901]Give Me Love[/playlistId].

    Among his last music, I like the [playlistId=265537087&i=265537089]Any Road[/playlistId] track on Brainwashed.

    But what do I know? Pick your own!
     
  2. sananda macrumors 68020

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    thanks. now i can get album art for my cds ripped to itunes. excellent.
     
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    The Concert For Bangladesh will never be on iTunes unless ALL the money goes to UNICEF.As for the rest.This is a good thing.
     
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    I rather like [playlistId=265752411&i=265757005]Apple Scruffs[/playlistId] but I don't know what the title refers to. Something yummy you'd get at a bakery? It's the only song where George played the harmonica in his solo career.

    I wonder how many people are going to pay $1.29 for [playlistId=265752411&i=265759051]It's Johnny's Birthday[/playlistId]? :eek:

    Somehow it made it into this iMix.
     
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    Apple Scruffs, just like Savoy Truffle was written while stoned.The munchies made the name.:D
     
  7. sananda macrumors 68020

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    the apple scruffs were the fans who hung around outside the apple building in savile row. they were scruffily dressed.

    savoy truffle was about eric clapton's fondness for sweets.
     
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    Finally! The best of the Beatles is here (though I already own all his albums)! :cool:
     

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