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A new collection of late Beatle George Harrison‘s solo work has been remastered for release on CD and digitally on June 16.

Posthumously honoured with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star this week, the new, career-spanning collection will include live recordings from the ’71 Concert for Bangladesh as well as all of his Billboard No.1 singles such as “My Sweet Lord” and “Got My Mind Set On You.”

The live recordings include Harrison-penned Beatles songs.

The digitally remastered album will come with extensive liner notes featuring some rare and never seen before photographs.

The track listing is yet to be confirmed, check back to uncut.co.uk for more details soon.


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