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George Harrison - A True Legend

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Scan submitted/created by [Naguib Tahan (ntahan@earthlink.net)]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Strawberry Records
Reference :STR007
Date :1999
Made In :
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 66:58

Comments
Strawberry's version of the Barrett tapes. But also several other "core collection" tracks (according to Madinger/Easter).

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Documentary(George Harrison Section)
1:40
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Raga (Film)
Excerpt
10 Jun 1968
George Harrison
Listed as "Raga".

From an unreleased Apple film (1968). With the voice of Rhavi Shankar. Sitar.

This scene can be seen on Sgt Pepper's 25th anniversary movie.
2.
Dehra Dun(Harrison)
0:13
Song
Version validated
TV
Anthology
23 Jun 1994
George Harrison
From Anthology.
3.
Dehra Dun(Harrison)
3:25
Song
Version details available
Outtake
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions
1970
George Harrison
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions March-July 1969
4.
Dehra Dun(Harrison)
2:37
Song
Version details available
Edited Version
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions
1970
George Harrison
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions March-July 1969 - shorter edited version from 1969-70
5.
Gopala Krishna(Harrison)
4:40
Song
Version details available
Outtake
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions
1969
George Harrison
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions March-July 1969
6.
Gopala Krishna(Harrison)
3:39
Song
Version details available
Edited Version
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions
1969
George Harrison
Hare Krishna Mantra Sessions March-July 1969 - mix from 1969-70
7.
I Live For You(Harrison)
3:33
Song
Version details available
Full Studio Version
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
Doris Troy Sessions March-July 1969
8.
I Live For You(Harrison)
2:08
Song
Version details available
Shorter Editeded Mix
1969
George Harrison
Doris Troy Sessions March-July 1969
9.
Going Down To Golders Green(Harrison)
2:21
Song
Version details available
Outtake
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
Doris Troy Sessions March-July 1969
Based on trips to see Badfinger at 7 Park Avenue, Golders Green, North London
10.
Going Down To Golders Green(Harrison)
1:46
Song
Version details available
Edited Version
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
Doris Troy Sessions March-July 1969
Based on trips to see Badfinger at 7 Park Avenue, Golders Green, North London
11.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
2:46
Song
Outtake
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
12.
Pete Drake's Talking Steel Guitar(Drake)
5:00
Medley title
Demo
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
 
Pete Drake's Talking Steel Guitar(Drake)
Other type of track
Voice Effects
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
"I'm just a guitar, and everybody speaks on me..."
 
Danny Boy(Traditional/Weatherly)
Song
Voice Effects
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
 
Bridge Over Troubled Water(Simon)
Song
Voice Effects
Doris Troy Sessions
1969
George Harrison
13.
Your True Love(Perkins)
1:26
Song
Outtake
New Morning Sessions
1 May 1970
George Harrison
14.
Interview(George Harrison Section)
2:59
TV/Radio chat/jingle
Version validated
George Harrison And Ravi Shankar
New York - David Frost (TV, The David Frost Show)
3 Dec 1971
TV1971.12.03
George Harrison
George: Discussion about, and playing of, Sitar
15.
Awaiting On You All(Harrison)
0:42
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Alan Freeman Show
18 Oct 1974
R1974.10.18.02
George Harrison
Acoustic rendition
16.
Far East Man(Harrison/Wood)
0:42
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Alan Freeman Show
18 Oct 1974
R1974.10.18.04
George Harrison
Acoustic rendition
17.
I Don't Care Anymore(Harrison)
1:20
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Alan Freeman Show
18 Oct 1974
R1974.10.18.05
George Harrison
Acoustic rendition with improvised words
18.
Here Comes The Sun(Harrison)
1:51
Song
Version validated
TV Rehearsal
Saturday Night Live
18 Nov 1976
TV1976.11.18.01
George Harrison
19.
(Medley)(unknown)
4:54
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Yesterday(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
TV Rehearsal
Saturday Night Live
18 Nov 1976
TV1976.11.18.02a
George Harrison
 
Bridge Over Troubled Water(Simon)
Song
Version validated
TV Rehearsal
Saturday Night Live
18 Nov 1976
TV1976.11.18.02b
George Harrison
 
Rock Island Line(Ledbetter/Lomax)
Song
Version validated
TV Rehearsal
Saturday Night Live
18 Nov 1976
TV1976.11.18.02c
George Harrison
Saturday Night Live with Paul Simon
 
Bye Bye Love(Bryant/Bryant)
Song
Version validated
TV Rehearsal
Saturday Night Live
18 Nov 1976
TV1976.11.18.03
George Harrison
Saturday Night Live with Paul Simon
20.
Go Your Own Way(Alexander)
1:03
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Home Recording
Pre-recorded For Warner Bros Sales Conference
17 Nov 1976
George Harrison
Very brief off-key jokey rendition
Pre-recorded: one line during promo film for Warner Brothers sales conference.
21.
Interview(George Harrison Section)
1:21
Interview
George Harrison
Cloud Nine Guitar Talk
1987
George Harrison
22.
(Medley)(unknown)
2:11
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Interview(George Harrison Section)
Song
George Harrison
Natural Law Party Announcement
4 Apr 1992
George Harrison
Listed as "Taxman", which is played in the background (a rehearsal, the notes say, but it could be from Live in Japan) of this pitch for the Natural Law Party, announcing the Albert Hall Concert.
 
Taxman(Harrison)
Song
Rehearsal
Shepperton
4 Apr 1992
George Harrison
Played in the background (a rehearsal, the notes say, but it could be from Live in Japan) of a pitch for the Natural Law Party, announcing the Albert Hall Concert.
23.
Award Presentation(unknown)
10:32
Other type of track
Version validated
Billboard Century Award
9 Dec 1992
TV1992.12.09
George Harrison
Billboard's Century Awards 1992
24.
All Things Must Pass(Harrison)
2:14
Song
Version validated
Version details available
TV
VH-1 - George Harrison & Ravi Shankar: Yin & Yang
14 May 1997
TV1997.05.14.03
George Harrison
VH-1 special, "George and Ravi Shankar: Yin and Yang", a pre-recorded interview promoting the release of Ravi's "Chants of India".
George on VH-1 TV show "Yin and Yang"
25.
Prabhujī(Shankar)
1:43
Song
Version validated
TV
VH1, Yin & Yang
14 May 1997
TV1997.05.14
George Harrison
Fades out early
26.
Introduction(George Harrison Section)
0:12
Other type of track
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
Chart Show Number 2 Introduction
1987
George Harrison
Introducing "Got my Mind set on you" at #2...
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: Steven,On 05 Mar 2000
This cd is a marvel to hear ! The first 12 tracks presumably come from John Barrett tapes, and the rest is good-quality audio, taken from broadcasts, rehearsals and other sources. Raga, track 14 and 25 add eastern flavour to George's legacy, which is enhanced by the beautiful Dehra Dun, Gopala Krsna and I live for you. Even snippets of Awaiting on you all, Far east man and I don't care anymore from 1974 are great, and the rehearsal version of Taxman is a real find. The 1997 version of All things must pass is strange.
As for pure pleasure, I prefer this one above Pirate Songs. If you can find it, snap it up !
Review by: Paul, pmcc@about.comOn 12 Apr 2000
Well, what can you say? Strawberry has done it! Excellent selections from John Barret tapes and live, studio outtakes from 70's and 90's. Sound is great, packaging nice and goes well with your Harrison collection: Pirate Songs, 12 Arnold Grove, Beware of Abkco!, Living in the Alternate World, and Making of All Things Must Pass. Much better than Vigotone's "Through Many Years."
Vigotone, you done us wrong and three times now, have ripped off your fans with Glyn johns final Mix, Imagine:More Sessions and Through Many Years-all costly items.
Review by: Jim Coburn, jcgolf44@aol.comOn 21 Apr 2000
This is a great CD! A toss up between this and Vigotone's issue of the Barrett tapes. Vigotone has a great booklet and some Ringo tracks, but this is pure Harrison at his best.
Review by: Bill S., django6@lycos.comOn 13 Jan 2001
Ditto to the above reviews.
A great collection of rare Harrison, spanning
two decades, with great sound. Beautifully
packaged, also.
Whatever it costs, it's worth it.
Review by: GrimbleGruOn 04 Apr 2002 at 18:50 CEST
Great stuff - especially the Barrett material. It's great to hear "Dehra Dun" in its entirety, after its brief mention in the "Anthology" videos.

The 1997 stuff is priceless - George's last live performances, caught on CD.
Review by: TraceElementOn 10 Jun 2002 at 11:26 CEST
Like the above reviews, I have to agree with the importance of this material. For me, the best songs are the JOHN BARRET material. Since more of the VH1 show came to light, when George passed like all things, particulary, "IF YOU DONT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING ANY ROAD WILL TAKE YOU THERE" ,and the Traveling Wilburys song, played at the same time, would be nice to hear here. Perhaps to NOT have the Billboard awards speach, and instead hear songs from THE SILVER WILBURY's jam, or perhaps a demo for some of the many songs he wrote for Eric Clapton, Ringo, and even the song THE HOLDUP George wrote with David Bromberg, would be cool. BUt these are small criticisms, really. IF you want to have a NICE George collection, then you cant really miss this one. NICE ART WORK TOO.
Review by: JJLennonOn 03 Dec 2002 at 15:54 CEST
EL album no esta tan mal a George creo quele hubiera gustado que saliera como album oficial,lo recomiendo a los que buscan cosas raras de GEORGE HARRISON
Review by: SLY xOn 19 Sep 2003 at 20:08 CEST
It's good but there's a lot of wasted material here (interviews, sound bytes, etc.). I personally prefer Pirate Songs and Songs For Patti in 'The Lost Tapes' series.

But if you're a collector as I am, it's a must have cause there is some stuff just not available elsewhere.
Review by: opheliousOn 17 Oct 2003 at 15:58 CEST
I thought this was mediocre. A lot of the tracks are just duplicates that are longer or shorter, or mixed differently. Why not just put out the longer one? A lot of live stuff and odds and ends that are hard to find. I like George, but I thought this stuff was boring overall with the exception of a few interesting tracks (It's worth it alone to get George signing Get Back!)
Review by: fabfanOn 04 Jan 2004 at 03:24 CEST
Ever since hearing Dehra Dun and Gopala Krsna, I've wondered why they weren't released. Great CD.
Review by: FLOYDOn 15 Jul 2005 at 01:43 CEST
THANKS, GEORGE !!!
Review by: dumanglOn 19 Nov 2005 at 23:11 CEST
Dehra Dun is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. I listen to this sometimes when my world seems to be falling apart and it reminds me of what really matters. Thank you George!
Review by: Kevin IslesOn 28 Apr 2011 at 02:50 CEST
This one is hot and cold for me. The John Barrett material is really great as well as the SNL rehearsals and snippets from the Rock Around The World, but the rest of this stuff just seems like filler. Despite this, it's still worth getting for the tracks I mentioned before.


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Filename: str007
Originally filled by: François Vander Linden, beatleg@infonie.be
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 29 Aug 2012 12:04:32
Online on : 20 Jun 2011
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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