|Let It Roll - Front Cover||Let It Roll - Rear Cover|
|Catalogue No.||965 0192 (Barcode: 50999 965019 2 4)|
|Release date||15th June 2009|
|U.K. Album Chart Detail :||
|Detail :||George's third "greatest hits" or "best of" collection, but the first to span his entire solo recording career.
The collection's 19 tracks have been digitally remastered by Giles Martin at EMI's Abbey Road Studios, and is available in CD and digital download formats.
Let It Roll, of course, includes George's smash two-times number 1 single "My Sweet Lord", plus also features live recordings of three timeless Harrison-penned Beatles songs, "Something," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," and "Here Comes The Sun," from his 1971 all-star Concert For Bangla Desh benefit at Madison Square Garden.
There is also one surprise track, "I Don't Want To Do It" which was performed by George on the Porky's Revenge soundtrack.
George Harrison is a twice-inducted member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as a solo artist and as a member of The Beatles - an 11-time Grammy Award winner for his recordings with The Beatles, Traveling Wilburys, and as a solo artist. Plus on April 14 George was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
"Give me plenty of that guitar" ...
Tracks re-mastered by Giles Martin
The compact disc comes in a digipack sleeve, with a stiff card inner sleeve.
The album entered the U.K. album chart on 21st June 2009 at no.4
"There never was a time when you or I did not exist.
|1||Got My Mind Set On You||Rudy Clark||3:50|
|2||Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)||Harrison||3:33|
|3||Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)||Harrison||3:46|
|4||My Sweet Lord||Harrison||4:38|
|5||While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live)||Harrison||4:46|
|6||All Things Must Pass||Harrison||3:44|
|8||This Is Love||Harrison/Lynne||3:45|
|9||All Those Years Ago||Harrison||3:43|
|11||What Is Life||Harrison||4:21|
|13||When We Was Fab||Harrison||3:49|
|17||Here Comes The Sun (Live)||Harrison||2:54|
|18||I Don't Want To Do It||Dylan||2:51|
|19||Isn't It A Pity||Harrison||7:07|
Namah Parvati Pataye Hara Hara Mahadeva
(Salutations to Parvati (The Divine Consort) of the God of Gods, who removes all afflictions)
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