George Harrison

George Harrison - Brainwashed (2002) [Toshiba-EMI TOCP-67074, Japan]

George Harrison - Brainwashed (2002)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Toshiba-EMI TOCP-67074 | ~ 323 or 113 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 71 Mb
Pop Rock / Soft Rock / Classic Rock

George Harrison went quiet not long after the second Traveling Wilburys album, surfacing only for the Beatles' Anthology in the mid-'90s. He was recording all the while, yet he died before completing the album that would have been the follow-up to 1987's Cloud Nine. His son, Dhani, and his longtime friend/collaborator Jeff Lynne completed the recordings, released late in 2002, nearly a year after George's death, as Brainwashed…
VA - George Fest: A Night To Celebrate The Music Of George Harrison (2016)

VA - George Fest: A Night To Celebrate The Music Of George Harrison
Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 106:27 min | 256 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: BMG Rights Management | Tracks: 27 | Rls.date: 2016

The fact that George Fest, organized by son Dhani Harrison in 2014, featured artists from genres as disparate as jazz, indie rock, and psychedelia speaks to his father’s pervasive influence. The delightfully daring setlist balances classics with deep cuts. Norah Jones spins an elegantly aching “Something,” while The Flaming Lips launch the audience into the heavens with the cosmic love chant “It’s All Too Much.” It’s only fitting that Brian Wilson, who knows a thing or two about spiritual pop music, leads the star-studded band through a deeply stirring “My Sweet Lord.”
George Harrison and Friends - Concert For Bangladesh (1971) Repost

George Harrison and Friends - Concert For Bangladesh (1971)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2CD | 1991 | Epic/Sony ESCA 5470~1 | ~ 619 or 624 or 241 Mb | Scans(jpg, 600dpi) -> 128 Mb
Rock / Folk / Indian Classical

Hands down, this epochal concert at New York's Madison Square Garden – first issued on three LPs in a handsome orange-colored box – was the crowning event of George Harrison's public life, a gesture of great goodwill that captured the moment in history and, not incidentally, produced some rousing music as a permanent legacy…

George Harrison - Wonderwall Music (1968)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 5, 2014
George Harrison - Wonderwall Music (1968)

George Harrison - Wonderwall Music (1968)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1992 | EMI, CDP 7 987062 | ~ 278 or 281 or 120 Mb | Scans Included
Psychedelic Rock / Avantgarde / Experimental / Soundtrack

The first Beatle solo album – as well as the first Apple album – was a minor eruption of the pent-up energies of George Harrison, who was busy composing this offbeat score to the film Wonderwall as Magical Mystery Tour raced up the charts…
George Harrison - Cloud Nine (1987) [Japanese First Press, 32XD-848] Repost

George Harrison - Cloud Nine (1987) [Japanese First Press, 32XD-848]
EAC Rip | APE Image + Cue + Log | Full covers included | 261 MB | RAR 3% Recovery
Label: Warner Bros Records Japan Inc. | Catalog#: 32XD-848 | Genre: Rock, Classic Rock, Pop Rock

If Cloud Nine were simply a decent record, it would still mark a major comeback for George Harrison, whose latter-day solo efforts have for the most part presented little more than a tired blend of spiritual, romantic and musical banalities. But the good news is that Cloud Nine — Harrison's first album since 1982's Gone Troppo — is considerably more than merely decent; it is in fact an expertly crafted, endlessly infectious record that constitutes Harrison's best album since 1970's inspired All Things Must Pass.

George Harrison - Somewhere In England (1981) [2004 Remaster]  Music

Posted by [email protected] at Dec. 8, 2010
George Harrison - Somewhere In England (1981) [2004 Remaster]

George Harrison - Somewhere In England (1981) [2004 Remaster]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 284 MB | 44,20 Min | Scans
Label: Capitol Records | Rock | Remastered | 11 Tracks | RAR 3% Rec.

Somewhere in England is an album by George Harrison, released in 1981. Recorded as Harrison was becoming increasingly frustrated with the music industry, the album's making was a long one, and witnessed a tragic event in Harrison's life. Content to move at his own speed, Harrison began recording Somewhere in England in the autumn of 1979 and continued at a sporadic pace, finally delivering the album to Warner Bros. Records in September 1980. However, the executives at Warner Bros. rejected it, ordering Harrison to drop four of its songs ("Tears of the World", "Sat Singing", "Lay His Head" and "Flying Hour"), finding them too downbeat. Harrison's original cover art, featuring his profile against a map of Great Britain was also vetoed by Warner Bros. With Harrison already feeling unable to relate to the current post-punk and New Wave musical climate, he acceded to their requests, but knew that when his recording contract came up for renewal after his next album, he wouldn't bother re-signing.

George Harrison - Gone Troppo (1982) [2004 Remaster]  Music

Posted by [email protected] at Dec. 7, 2010
George Harrison - Gone Troppo (1982) [2004 Remaster]

George Harrison - Gone Troppo (1982) [2004 Remaster]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 294 MB | 45,10 Min | Scans
Label: Dark Horse / Warner | Rock | Remastered | 11 Tracks | RAR 3% Rec.

Gone Troppo is an album by George Harrison recorded and released in 1982. It would prove to be Harrison's last studio album for five years, wherein he would largely take an extended leave of absence from his recording career, with only the occasional soundtrack recording surfacing. By 1980, Harrison had been finding the current musical climate alienating. His commercial appeal had dwindled, with 1981's Somewhere in England failing to go gold (despite featuring the John Lennon tribute hit, "All Those Years Ago"). With one album left on his current recording contract, Harrison decided to get it over with and recorded Gone Troppo (an Australian slang expression meaning "gone mad/crazy") and released it without participating in any promotion, disenchanted as he was with the state of the music industry.

George Harrison - Electronic Sound (1969) [EMI 7243 8 55239 2 2]  Music

Posted by worstfilms at Feb. 26, 2010
George Harrison - Electronic Sound (1969) [EMI 7243 8 55239 2 2]

George Harrison – Electronic Sound (1969) [EMI 7243 8 55239 2 2]
EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE, LOG | Complete Scans @ 600 d.p.i. | 1 CD | 232Mb
Genre: Avant-Garde

“Electronic Sound” is George Harrison's highly experimental second solo album. Released in May 1969, it features two lengthy pieces, one per side on the original vinyl release, performed on the Moog synthesizer. Composed and produced by George Harrison. This is the EMI Music Canada pressing. This album is now out of print.

George Harrison – Extra Texture (Read All About It) (1975)  Music

Posted by worstfilms at Feb. 16, 2010
George Harrison – Extra Texture (Read All About It) (1975)

George Harrison – Extra Texture (Read All About It) (1975)
EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE, LOG | Complete Booklet Scans @ 600 d.p.i. | 1 CD | 266Mb
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock

The final George Harrison album issued under his contract with Apple Records (EMI), “Extra Texture (Read All About It)” was also the final album of new material by any artist released on Apple Records. Released on September 22, 1975, the album featured the Top 20 hit “You.” “Extra Texture” and its predecessor, 1974’s “Dark Horse,” remain the only two rock albums by Harrison not remastered and expanded. It reached #8 on the U.S. album charts.

George Harrison – Dark Horse (1974)  Music

Posted by worstfilms at Feb. 16, 2010
George Harrison – Dark Horse (1974)

George Harrison – Dark Horse (1974)
EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE, LOG | Complete Booklet Scans @ 600 d.p.i. | 1 CD | 311Mb
Genre: Rock, Classic Rock

George Harrison’s third studio album following the break-up of The Beatles was recorded in September and October 1974 and rushed to stores in time for a North American concert tour by Harrison and friends (Nov. 2 - Dec. 20, 1974). The album received decidedly mixed reviews but sold well, reaching #4 on the U.S. album charts. It features the hit singles “Dark Horse” and “Ding Dong, Ding Dong,” which reached #15 and #36 respectively.