|Two picture discs included with the boxed set.|
The collection consists of all George Harrison's LPs (except the live album "Concert for Bangladesh", which is a various artists album anyway), which means that the "All Things Must Pass" triple album and the "Live in Japan" double album are included. Exclusive to the boxed set are two picture disc singles not sold separately: a replica of the original "When We Was Fab" 12" maxi single and a new one for the song "Cloud Nine" (tracks to be confirmed). The latter is the same 7" as the Genesis Publications "I Me Mine" book bonus vinyl single (or EP).
|An illustration of George Harrison albums.|
- Wonderwall Music
- Electronic Sound
- All Things Must Pass
- Living In The Material World
- Dark Horse
- Extra Texture
- 33 & 1/3
- George Harrison
- Somewhere In England
- Gone Troppo
- Cloud Nine
- Live In Japan
- Brainwashed +
- Picture disc When We Was Fab
- Picture disc Cloud Nine
This is all preliminary information, so details may change before the release. The two compilation albums "Best of George Harrison" and "Best of Dark Horse, 1976-1989" haven't made the list. Still these albums contain some material not available in the new collection, like the "Bangladesh" single version on the former and "Poor Little Girl" and "Cheer Down" on the latter.
Been looking forward to this! Kind of hope they use the original Somewhere In England cover.ReplyDelete
The Genesis book 7"? That's poor!ReplyDelete
The "Bangla-Desh" single is the odd man out again as the 'Best Of George Harrison' album appears to be forgotten about...again.ReplyDelete
Was hoping for a "rarity" type box. Maybe it was against George's wishes. The offerings on Early Takes was enjoyable...but clocks in at just over 30 minutes. Almost like it was a forced release to tie in with the film.ReplyDelete
Have Dhani remix ATMP for it's 50th anniversary.
A "rarities" type box certainly was against George's wishes since he mentioned he was working on one in his 1999 interview with Timothy White for Billboard.ReplyDelete
You could read in it that:
"Meanwhile, Harrison has been immersed in final recording and archival reconnaissance for an unprecedentedly intimate new solo release recorded on-site in his own facilities, as well as a proposed multi-cd retrospective of his solo demos, outtakes, and previously unreleased recordings."
I mean "was NOT against wishes! :-)ReplyDelete
I mean "was NOT against George's wishes"! :-)ReplyDelete
I wonder how far along George got in preparing the tracks for the boxset...ReplyDelete
This should have been a bonus LP:ReplyDelete
I Don’t Care Anymore
Tears Of The World
I Don’t Want To Do It
Lay His Head
Poor Little Girl
Horse To The Water
Am I forgetting anything?
Hottest Gong in town.Delete
what were the tracks on the genesis i me mine vinyl?ReplyDelete
They still havent announced ...Delete
OMG! HOW MUCH WILL THIS SET COST!!£300 is is my opening bid .ReplyDelete
what do you think?
and what fun to be able to buy 2 different All Things Must Pass Vinyl sets next year!
Great website with interesting stories , I have a large autograph collection here: Autographs autographs such as the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin etc.ReplyDelete
A reply from Genesis:ReplyDelete
"We are not aware of the contents of any vinyl box set that is being released next year but, for your information, we can confirm that the vinyl accompanying I,Me,Mine - Extended Edition will feature two versions of All Things Must Pass - a demo version and the album version. These tracks have been released before as 'rareities' , but our marbled, 7" 'picture disc' is only available with this limited edition book and only 1000 copies have been pressed."
Ohh, boring bonus for such an expensive BookReplyDelete
Well since most of us can't afford the book , I'm glad I'm not missing out on a real rarity, a batch of unreleased tracks or some hidden gem.Delete
How much is the book?ReplyDelete
the book is sold outReplyDelete
£265.00 --- http://www.genesis-publications.com/i-me-mine-the-extended-edition-by-george-harrison/default.htmReplyDelete
Ridiculous price for a book.ReplyDelete
It really is MUCH better quality than just a book. It's like a real hoffner bass in comparison to any of its cheaper copies ;)ReplyDelete
It is a crazy price, I agree. But, strangely enough, it's value for money. (By the way - I don't work for Genesis ;) )
Sorry ... we're getting off topic
I will live without the book but I would love to get my ears on that box. I will there were an official announcementReplyDelete
Dhani posted a photo as thenewno2 on instagram in the last day with what looks like the box set - it looks really goodReplyDelete
Oh wow, it sounds like it could be sheer perfection. Wonderwall Music and Electronic Sound in print again! The songs from his autobiography too if I read correctly...Hope it sounds great.ReplyDelete