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George Harrison box set due for release

George Harrison box set due for release

A box set of George Harrison's first six solo albums will be released on September 22.

The albums will be released in a box set called George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968 - 75 and they will also be available separately.

The albums have been digitally remastered from the original analogue masters for CD and digital release.

They are available now for preorder, both individually in digipaks and together within the deluxe, eight-disc boxed edition.

The new box features an exclusive DVD with several video pieces, including a new seven-minute film with previously unreleased footage.

The Apple Years box also includes a book with an introduction by Dhani Harrison, new essays and rare and previously unpublished images.

The tracklisting for George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75 is:
Wonderwall Music *
Electronic Sound
All Things Must Pass [2-CD]
Living In The Material World *
Dark Horse *
Extra Texture (Read All About It) *

* denotes newly added bonus track or tracks

DVD [exclusive to The Apple Years box set]
• George Harrison - The Apple Years Feature (2014) [7:27]
• All Things Must Pass (bonus feature in 2001 album package) [8:03]
• The Concert for Bangladesh EPK (2005) [6:03]
• Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) (video from Live In Japan, 1991) [3:43]
• Miss O’Dell (alternative version from 2006 deluxe edition of Living In The Material World) [2:31]
• Sue Me Sue You Blues (acoustic demo version from 2006 deluxe edition of Living In The Material World) [3:04]
• Living In The Material World (feature from 2006 deluxe edition of Living In The Material World) [3:34]
• Ding Dong, Ding Dong (original promo video, 1974) [3:46]
• Dark Horse (original promotional clip, 1974) [:30]

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