George Harrison Discography

George played lead guitar and sang in a band called The Beatles. The youngest member of the group, he was initially cast as the “quiet” Beatle. During the 60s, George had a spiritual awakening and became a member of the Hare Krishna movement (a branch of Hinduism). Many of Harrison’s songs after his religious conversion have overtly spiritual themes that could be applied broadly in a monotheistic sense (Harrison, like Aldous Huxley, subscribed to the idea that all major religions emanated from the same source). His music also began to incorporate Eastern themes (e.g., meditation) and sounds, and songs such as “Within You Without You” and “The Inner Light” introduced the Beatles’ fan base (i.e., the world) to new musical and philosophical ideas.

Much has been made of George’s development in The Beatles; suffice to say, like the Monty Python joke, he got better, eventually finding his own voice within the band. His first solo albums were recorded while still a member of the band and were experimental, instrumental efforts; Wonderwall Music (1968) was a deep dive into Eastern and soundtrack music, while Electronic Sound (1969) was exactly what it said it was. When Harrison did finally release a real solo album, however, it was a doozy: the triple-elpee All Things Must Pass (1970). Featuring some songs that Harrison had stockpiled while a member of The Beatles and joined by Eric Clapton’s band, the album re-asserted the notion that George was an underrated and undervalued songwriter. The next year, Harrison organized The Concert for Bangla Desh (1971), featuring Clapton, Bob Dylan, Dave Mason and many others, which would go on to win the Grammy Award.

Subsequent solo albums, unfortunately, re-re-asserted the notion that maybe George wasn’t so undervalued or underrated after all. Living In The Material World (1973), Dark Horse (1974) and Extra Texture (1975) had a few good songs each (well, maybe not so much Dark Horse), but none approached the level of All Things Must Pass. (The same, of course, could be said of Clapton and Derek and the Dominos’ double-album Layla.) In 1976, George began releasing albums on his own Dark Horse records, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers. Thirty-Three & 1/3 (1976) and the eponymous George Harrison (1979) were in line with what could be expected from Paul McCartney and Wings at that stage: a couple of Top 40 hits, pleasant melodies and a few clunkers. Around this time, George also formed Handmade Films, which produced The Life of Brian, Time Bandits, Withnail And I, Mona Lisa and other films.

After the death of John Lennon, Harrison released the generally disappointing Somewhere In England, which featured the tribute, “All Those Years Ago,” and a bunch of crappy songs that probably should have been written about John Lennon too. Gone Troppo (1982) was better (there being but the one direction…), but a lack of commercial enthusiasm kept George quiet until the comeback album Cloud Nine (1987). That record, produced by Jeff Lynne, led to the formation of The Traveling Wilburys with Lynne, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, who recorded two albums.

George Harrison didn’t release another new studio album in his lifetime. He passed in 2001; the following year, Brainwashed (2002) was released. In addition to authorized and unauthorized biographies, Martin Scorcese released a documentary of Harrison’s life, Living In The Material World, in 2011, in which Olivia Harrison reveals that there was a great light present in the room when George’s spirit was loosed from this mortal coil. Not quite the shot-out-of-a-clown-cannon death that I’m hoping for but, um, still pretty cool.

The Discography

WONDERWALL MUSIC (1968)
Microbes / Red Lady Too / Table and Pavajak / In the Park / Drilling a Hole / Guru Vandana / Greasy Legs / Ski-ing / Get Kirwani / Dream Scene / Party Seacombe / Love Scene / Crying / Cowboy Music / Fantasy Sequins / On The Bed / Glass Box / Wonderwall To Be Here / Singing Om. Released on elpee on December 2, 1968 in the UK (Apple, SAPCOR1) and the US (Apple, ST-3350); reached #49 on the US charts. Re-issued on elpee in Germany (Apple, 1C-062-90490), Germany (Apple/Horzu, SHZE-250) and Japan (Apple, EAP-9031X). Re-issued on CD in June 1992 (Capitol, 98706) and in 1992 in Japan (EMI, TOCP-7096).

ELECTRONIC SOUND (1969)
Under The Mersey Wall // No Time Or Space. Released on elpee on May 26, 1969 in the US (Zapple, 3358); reached #191 on the US charts. Re-issued on CD in 1996 in the UK (Apple, CDZAPPLE-02) an Japan (EMI, TOCP-50067).

My Sweet Lord (1970)
b/w Isn’t It A Pity, What Is Life (UK). Released on 7-inch on November 23, 1970 in the UK (Apple, R5884), the US (Apple, 2995), France (Apple, 2C 006-04692), Germany (Apple, 1C 006-92053) and in 1971 in Japan (Apple, EAS-17258 and AR-2175) and Singapore (Apple, APPLE 2995); reached #1 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (charted on November 28, 1970 for 14 weeks) (RIAA certified gold record). Re-pressed on 7-inch in 1971 in the UK (Apple, R5884), in the 1970s in the US and Canada (Capitol, 2995 w. purple labels) and in November 1976 in the UK (Apple, R5884). Re-issued on two-track CD single on March 11, 1997 in the US (Capitol, 58599) with “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth).”

ALL THINGS MUST PASS (1970)
I’d Have You Anytime / My Sweet Lord / Wah-Wah / Isn’t It A Pity / What Is Life / If Not For You / Behind That Locked Door / Let It Down / Run of The Mill // Beware of Darkness / Apple Scruffs / Ballad of Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll) / Awaiting On You All / All Things Must Pass / I Dig Love / Art of Dying / Isn’t It A Pity / Hear Me Lord // Out of The Blue / It’s Johnny’s Birthday / Plug Me In / I Remember Jeep / Thanks For The Pepperoni. Released on 3LP on November 27, 1970 in the UK, the US and Australia (Apple, STCH-639) and in 1971 in Japan (Apple, AP-9016C on red vinyl); reached #4 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (RIAA certified 6X platinum record). Re-pressed on 3LP and 2CS in the US (Capitol, STCH/4XWB-639). Re-issued on 2CD and 2CS in the US (Capitol, CDP7/C4-46688) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-65547/8). Re-released as 30th anniversary edition expanded 2CD (w. five bonus tracks) on January 29, 2001 in the UK (Parlophone, 530474), the US (Capitol, 30474) and Taiwan (EMI, 530474).

What Is Life (1971)
b/w Apple Scruffs. Released on 7-inch on February 15, 1971 in the US (Apple, 1828) and Italy (Apple, 3C 006-04751) with picture sleeve; reached #10 on the US charts (charted on February 27, 1971 for 9 weeks). Re-pressed on 7-inch in the US (Capitol, 1828 w. purple label).

Bangla-Desh (1971)
b/w Deep Blue. Released on 7-inch on July 28, 1971 in the UK and Singapore (Apple, R5912), the US (Apple, 1836), Germany (Apple, 1C 006-04888), Japan (Apple, AR-2882) and Mexico (Apple, 6952); reached #10 on the UK charts and #23 on the US charts (charted on August 14, 1971 for 7 weeks). Regional versions feature different picture sleeves.

THE CONCERT FOR BANGLA-DESH (1971)
Live tracks: Introduction / Bangla Dhun / Wah-Wah / My Sweet Lord / Awaiting On You All / That’s The Way God Planned It / It Don’t Come Easy / Beware of Darkness / While My Guitar Gently Weeps / Jumpin’ Jack Flash – Youngblood / Here Comes The Sun / A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall / It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry / Blowin’ In The Wind / Mr. Tambourine Man / Just Like A Woman / Something / Bangla-Desh / Love Minus Zero/No Limit. Released on 3LP on December 20, 1971 in the UK, the US and the Netherlands (Apple, STCX-3385); reached #1 on the UK charts and #2 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record) (Grammy Album of the Year, 1972). Re-issued on 3LP in 1975 in Japan (Apple, SOPZ-76/8) and in 1982 (Capitol, SABB-12248). Re-issued on 2CD on July 30, 1991 in the US (Capitol, 93265). Re-released on 2CD in 2005 in the UK (BMG, 672986) with different cover.

Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) (1973)
b/w Miss O’Dell. Released on 7-inch on May 7, 1973 in the UK (Apple, R5988), the US (Apple, 1862), France and Germany (Apple, C 006 05354), Japan (Apple, EAR-13083 on red vinyl) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, SAP88681); reached #8 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (charted on May 19, 1973 for 14 weeks). Also released as stereo/mono 7-inch promo in 1973 in the US (Apple, 1862PR).

LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD (1973)
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) / Sue Me, Sue You Blues / The Light That Has Lighted The World / Don’t Let Me Wait Too Long / Who Can See It / Living In The Material World // The Lord Loves The One (That Loves The Lord) / Be Here Now / Try Some Buy Some / The Day The World Gets ‘Round / That Is All. Released on elpee and 8-track on May 30, 1973 in the US (Apple, SMAS3-3410), on June 22, 1973 in the UK and New Zealand (Apple, PAS/8X-PAS-10006), and in 1973 in Brazil (Odeon, SBTX-1026), Colombia (EMI Odeon, 11251), Germany (EMI Electrola, 1C 062-05370), Japan (Apple, EAS-80697) and Mexico (Apple, SLEM-473); reached #2 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-pressed on elpee in 1977 in Japan (Apples, EAS-80697), Re-issued on elpee in 1978 in France (Pathe Marconi, 2C 066 05370), in 1980 in the US (Capitol, SN-16216) and in Japan (Apple, EAP-80840). Re-issued on cassette in Italy (Apple, 3C 244 05370). Re-issued on CD in 1991 in the UK (Parlophone, CDP 7 94110), in 1991 in Japan (EMI, TOCP-6952), in 1991 in Japan (EMI/Apple, TOCP-65542), and on January 28, 1992 in the US (Capitol, 94110). Re-released on expanded elpee and CD (with two bonus tracks) on October 9, 2006 in the UK (Parlophone, 366899) and in 2006 in Japan (EMI, TOCP-70072). Re-released on expanded elpee and CD (with same two bonus tracks plus DVD) in 2006 in the UK (Parlophone, 366900) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-70073).

Dark Horse (1974)
b/w Hari’s On Tour (Express), I Don’t Care Anymore (US). Released on 7-inch on November 18, 1974 in the UK (Apple, R6001), the US (Apple, 1877) and Mexico (Apple, 7701); reached #38 on the UK charts. Re-released on 7-inch on April 4, 1977 in the US (Capitol Starline, 6245) with “You” on the flip side.

DARK HORSE (1974)
Hari’s On Tour (Express) / Simply Shady / So Sad / Bye Bye Love / Maya Love // Ding Dong, Ding Dong / Dark Horse / Far East Man / It Is “He” (Jai Sri Krishna). Released on elpee on December 9, 1974 in the UK (Apple, PAS 10008), the US (Apple, SMAS-3418) and Japan (Apple, EAS-80100) and in 1975 in Argentina (Apple, 8140); reached #4 on the UK charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-issued on elpee in December 1980 in the UK (MfP, MFP 50510), in 1980 in the US (Capitol, SN-16055) and in 1981 in France (MfP, 2M 02605774) with different cover. Re-issued on CD in 1992 in the US (Capitol, 98079).

Ding Dong, Ding Dong (1974)
b/w I Don’t Care Anymore, Hari’s On Tour (Express) (US). Released on 7-inch on December 23, 1974 in the UK (Apple, R6002), the US (Apple, 1879) and Japan (Apple, EAR-10679) with picture sleeve; reached #15 on the US charts.

You (1975)
b/w World of Stone. Released on 7-inch on September 15, 1975 in the UK (Apple, R6007), the US (Apple, 1884) and Japan (Apple, EAR-10855) with picture sleeve; reached #38 on the UK charts and #20 on the US charts. Also released as stereo/mono promo 7-inch in 1975 in the US (Apple, P1884).

EXTRA TEXTURE (1975)
The Answer’s At The End / This Guitar (Can’t Keep From Crying) / You / Ooh Baby (You Know That I Love You) / World of Stone / A Bit More of You / Can’t Stop Thinking About You / Tired of Midnight Blue / Grey Cloudy Lies / His Name Is Legs (Ladies & Gentlemen). Released on elpee on September 22, 1975 in the UK (Apple, PAS 10009), the US (Apple, SW-3420) and Japan (Apple, EAS-80355); reached #16 on the UK charts and #8 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-issued on elpee in 1980 in the US (Capitol, SN-16217). Re-issued on CD on January 28, 1992 in the US (Capitol, 98080).

This Guitar (Can’t Keep From Crying) (1975)
b/w Maya Love. Released on 7-inch on December 8, 1975 in the US (Apple, 1885) and in 1975 in New Zealand (Apple, P-3528). Also released as stereo/mono promo 7-inch in 1975 in the US (Apple, P-1885).

THE BEST OF GEORGE HARRISON (1976)
Something / If I Needed Someone / Here Comes The Sun / Taxman / Think For Yourself / For You Blue / While My Guitar Gentle Weeps // My Sweet Lord / Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) / You / Bangla-Desh / Dark Horse / What Is Life. Compilation released on elpee on November 20, 1976 in the UK and Australia (Parlophone, PAS 10011), the US (Capitol, ST-11578), Brazil (EMI, SMOFB-493), Germany (EMI Odeon, 1C 064-06249), Greece (EMI, 2J 064-06249), Israel (EMI, PAS 10011), Japan (Odeon, EAS-80720) and Mexico (EMI, SLEM-692); reached #31 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Regional versions feature different covers. Re-press on elpee in 1978 in the US (Capitol, ST-11578 w. purple label). Re-issued on elpee in October 1981 in the UK (MfP, MFP 50523). Re-issued on CD in May 1987 in the UK (Parlophone, CDP 7 46682) and the US (Capitol, 46682) with unique cover, and in Japan (Parlophone, TOCP-6955).

This Song (1976)
b/w Learning How To Love You. Released on 7-inch in November 15, 1976 in the US (Dark Horse, DRC8294); reached #25 on the US charts (charted on January 29, 1977 for 11 weeks).

THIRTY-THREE & 1/3 (1976)
Woman Don’t You Cry For Me / Dear One / Beautiful Girl / This Song / See Yourself // It’s What You Value / True Love / Pure Smokey / Crackerbox Palace / Learning How To Love You. Released on elpee on November 24, 1976 in the UK and Israel (Dark Horse, K56319), the US (Dark Horse, DH3005), Colombia (CoDiscos/Warner, WEA10606), Germany (Dark Horse, DH56319), Japan (Dark Horse, P-10285D), the Netherlands (Warner Bros., WB56319), Spain (Dark Horse, HDHS 871-01), Russia (ATR, ATR30225) and in 1977 in Brazil (Dark Horse, 66000); reached #35 on the UK charts and #11 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-issued on CD in 1991 in the US (Warner Bros., 26612). Re-packaged w. George Harrison on 2CS in October 1982 in the UK (Dark Horse). Re-released on expanded CD (with one bonus track, “Tears of The World”) on February 24, 2004 in the UK (EMI, 590486), the US (Capitol, 94086), on February 26, 2004 in Argentina, Germany and the Netherlands (Capitol, 594233), in 2004 in Japan (EMI, TOCP-67335) and in Russia (ARS 10555).

A PERSONAL MUSIC DIALOGUE WITH GEORGE HARRISON AT 33 1/3 (1976)
Side One // Side Two. Interview released as promotional elpee in 1976 in the US (Dark Horse, PRO-649).

Crackerbox Palace (1977)
b/w Learning How To Love You (US), True Love. Released on 7-inch on January 24, 1977 in the US (Dark Horse, DRC 8313), Germany (Dark Horse, DH16890) and the Netherlands (Warner Bros., WB 16.890); reached #19 on the US charts. Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

True Love (1977)
b/w Pure Smokey. Released on 7-inch on February 18, 1977 in the UK (Dark Horse, K 16896).

It’s What You Value (1977)
b/w Woman Don’t You Cry For Me. Released on 7-inch in June 1977 in the UK (Dark Horse, K16967).

Blow Away (1979)
b/w Soft Touch, Soft-Hearted Hana (US), If You Believe (JPN). Released on 7-inch on February 14, 1979 in the US, Brazil and Canada (Dark Horse, DRC 8763) and on February 16, 1979 in the UK (Dark Horse, K 17327) and in 1979 in Germany (Dark Horse, DH 17 327), Italy (Warner Bros., W 17 327) and Japan (Dark Horse, P-408D); reached #51 on the UK charts and #16 on the US charts (charted on March 3, 1979 for 14 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

GEORGE HARRISON (1979)
Love Comes To Everyone / Not Guilty / Here Comes The Moon / Soft-Hearted Hana / Blow Away // Faster / Dark Sweet Lady / Your Love Is Forever / Soft Touch / If You Believe. Released on elpee and 8-track on February 14, 1979 in the UK (Dark Horse, K56562), the US, Australia and Canada (Dark Horse, DHK/DAHM8-3255), Brazil (Dark Horse, 36106), Colombia (Warner Bros., 23(1531)00119), Germany (Dark Horse, DH-56562), Japan (Dark Horse, P-10561D) and Mexico (Gamma, GWEA-5346); reached #39 on the UK charts and #15 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-issued on elpee in 1981 in Mexico (Dark Horse, LWB-5346). Re-issued on CD in 1991 in the US (Warner Bros., 26613). Re-packaged w. Somewhere In England in 1999 in Russia (CD-Maximum, CDM1099-357). Re-released on expanded CD (with one bonus track, “Here Comes The Moon (demo)”) on February 26, 2004 in the UK (EMI, 594087), the US (Capitol, 94087), Europe (EMI, 594234) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-67336).

Love Comes To Everyone (1979)
b/w Soft-Hearted Hana, Soft Touch (US). Released on 7-inch on May 14, 1979 in the UK (Dark Horse), the US (Dark Horse, DRC 8844) and Japan (Dark Horse, P-373D). Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

Faster (1979)
b/w Your Love Is Forever. Released on 7-inch picture disc in July 1979 in the UK (Dark Horse, K17423P).

All Those Years Ago (1981)
b/w Writing’s On The Wall. Released on 7-inch and cassette single on May 4, 1981 in the UK (Dark Horse, K17807/M), the US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand (Dark Horse, DRC49725), Belgium, France and the Netherlands (Warner Bros., WB17087) and Germany (Dark Horse, DH 17807). Regional versions feature different picture sleeves. Also released as one-track promotional 7-inch in Japan (Dark Horse, PS-1013) and as one-track promotional 12-inch in the US (Dark Horse, PRO-A-949). Re-released on 7-inch on November 9, 1981 in the US (Dark Horse, GDRC0410) with “Teardrops” on the flip side.

SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND (1981)
Blood From A Clone / Unconsciousness Rules / Life Itself / All Those Years Ago / Baltimore Oriole // Teardrops / That Which I Have Lost / Writing’s On The Wall / Hong Kong Blues / Save The World. Released on elpee and cassette on June 1, 1981 in the UK and Australia (Dark Horse, K56870), the US (Dark Horse, DHK/DAH-3492), Brazil (WEA, 36190), Canada (Dark Horse, XDH-3492), Colombia (Warner Bros., 23(1031)00262), Germany (Dark Horse, WB-56870), Japan (Dark Horse, P-10944D) and Mexico (Dark Horse, LWB-6024); reached #13 on the UK charts and #11 on the US charts. Re-issued on CD in 1991 in the US (Dark Horse, DH-26614). Re-released on expanded CD (with one bonus track, “Save The World (demo version)”), on February 24, 2004 in the UK (EMI, 594088), the US (Capitol, 94088-2) and Japan (Dark Horse, TOCP-67337).

Teardrops (1981)
b/w Save The World. Released on 7-inch on July 20, 1981 in the UK (Dark Horse, K17837), the US and Canada (Dark Horse, DRC 49785) and Japan (Warner Bros., P-1559D); reached #102 on the US charts. Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

Wake Up My Love (1982)b/w Greece. Released on 7-inch on November 1, 1982 in the US (Dark Horse, 7-29864), France, Germany and Italy (Dark Horse, 92 9864-7) and Japan (Dark Horse, P-1722); reached #53 on the US charts (charted on November 20, 1982 for 5 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve. Also released as stereo/mono promo 7-inch in 1982 in the US (Dark Horse, 7-29864).

GONE TROPPO (1982)
Wake Up My Love / That’s The Way It Goes / I Really Love You / Greece / Gone Troppo / Mystical One / Unknown Delight / Baby Don’t Run Away / Dream Away / Circles. Released on elpee on October 27, 1982 in the UK (Dark Horse, 923734-1) and the US (Dark Horse, 23734); reached #108 on the US charts. Re-issued on CD in 1991 in the US (Dark Horse, 26615).

Dream Away (1982)
b/w Unknown Delight. Released on 7-inch in 1982 in Japan (Dark Horse, P-1741) with picture sleeve.

I Really Love You (1983)
b/w Circles. Released on 7-inch on February 7, 1983 in the US (Dark Horse, 7-29744).

I Don’t Want To Do It (1985)
b/w Queen Of The Hop (by Dave Edmunds). Released on 7-inch on April 23, 1985 in the US (Columbia, 38-04887). Also released as one-track promo 7-inch in 1985 in the US (Columbia, 38-04887).

CLOUD NINE (1987)
Cloud 9 / That’s What It Takes / Fish On The Sand / Just For Today / This Is Love / When We Was Fab // Devil’s Radio / Someplace Else / Wreck of The Hesperus / Breath Away From Heaven / Got My Mind Set On You. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on November 2, 1987 in the UK and Germany (Dark Horse, WX-123/C), the US (Dark Horse, 25643-1/2/4), Argentina (WEA, 80689), Canada (Dark Horse, 92 56431/4), Hungary (Gong, SLPXL-3718), Israel (Dark Horse, BAN-925643-1), Japan (Dark Horse, P-13576/32XD-848), Mexico (Dark Horse, LWB-6666), Spain (Warner, 9256431), Venezuela (WEA, 3208) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSWB-37222) and in 1988 in Brazil (Warner, 000134) and Colombia (Warner Bros., 23(1031)00034); reached #10 on the UK charts and #8 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Re-issued on elpee in 1989 in Czechoslovakia (Supraphon, 04631311-ZN). Re-released on expanded CD (with 2 bonus tracks, “Shanghai Surprise,” “Zig Zag”) in 2004 in the UK (EMI, 594090), the US (Capitol, 94090) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-67339).

Got My Mind Set On You (1987)
b/w Lay His Head. Released on 7-inch on October 3, 1987 in the UK (Dark Horse, W8178), the US (Dark Horse, 7-28178) and Japan (Dark Horse, P-2327) with picture sleeve; reached #2 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (charted on October 24, 1987 for 22 weeks). Also released as one-track promotional 12-inch in 1987 in the US (Dark Horse, 2845). Re-released on 7-inch on June 1, 1989 in the US (Warner Bros., 7-21891) with “When We Was Fab” on the flip side.

When We Was Fab (1988)
b/w Zig Zag + That’s The Way It Goes (remix), When We Was Fab (reverse ending). Released on 7-inch, 7-inch boxed set and 4-track 12-inch on January 30, 1988 in the UK (Dark Horse, W8131/B/T), the US (Dark Horse, 7-28131) and Germany (Dark Horse, 920860) with picture sleeve; reached #25 on the UK charts and #23 on the US charts (charted on February 6, 1988 for 11 weeks).

This Is Love (1988)
b/w Breath Away From Heaven + All Those Years Ago. Released on 7-inch, 2-track CD single and cassette single and 3-track 12-inch on May 12, 1988 in the UK (Dark Horse, W7913T), the US (Dark Horse, 7-/27913/-4), Germany (Dark Horse, 927 913-7) and Japan (Dark Horse, 10SW-59) with picture sleeve; reached #55 on the UK charts. Also released as one-track promo CD single in 1988 in the US (Dark Horse, PRO-CD-3068).

Cheer Down (1989)
b/w That’s What It Takes, Poor Little Girl (UK) + Crackerbox Palace (UK). Released on 7-inch, cassette single, two-track 3-inch CD single and three-track 3-inch CD single on August 24, 1989 in the UK (Dark Horse, W2696/CD), the US (Dark Horse, 7-22807/22807-4), Germany (Dark Horse/Warner Bros., 922 807-7) and Japan (Warner Pioneer/Dark Horse, 09P3-6191). Regional versions feature different picture sleeves. Also released as one-track promo CD single in 1989 in the US (Warner Bros., PRO-CD-3647).

THE BEST OF DARK HORSE 1976-1989 (1989)
Poor Little Girl / Blow Away / That’s The Way It Goes / Cockamamie Business / Wake Up My Love / Life Itself / Got My Mind Set On You // Crackerbox Palace / Cloud 9 / Here Comes The Moon / Gone Troppo / When We Was Fab / Love Comes To Everyone / All Those Years Ago / Cheer Down. Compilation released on elpee, CD and cassette on October 17, 1989 in the US and Thailand (Dark Horse/Warner Bros., 4-/25726/-2), Germany (Warner Bros., 925 726), Japan (Dark Horse, 22P2-3071) and in 1990 in Brazil (Warner Bros., 6709 092); reached #132 on the US charts.

LIVE IN JAPAN (1992)
Live tracks: I Want To Tell You / Old Brown Shoe / Taxman / Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) / If I Needed Someone / Something / What Is Life / Dark Horse / Piggies / Got My Mind Set On You // Cloud Nine / Here Comes The Sun / My Sweet Lord / All Those Years Ago / Cheer Down / Devil’s Radio / Isn’t It A Pity / While My Guitar Gently Weeps / Roll Over Beethoven. Recorded live in 1991 and released on 2LP, 2CD and 2CS in July 1992 in the US (Dark Horse, 26964-1/2/4) and Japan (Warner/Dark Horse, WPCP-4901/2); reached #126 on the US charts.

My Sweet Lord (2001)
b/w My Sweet Lord (2000 version) + Let It Down. Released as two-track promotional 7-inch and CD single in 2001 in the US (Capitol, 7PRO 7087) and Spain (EMI, PE-01016). Released on 3-track CD single on January 15, 2002 in the UK (EMI, CDR6571), the US (Capitol, 504382) and Japan (EMI/Toshiba, TOCP-40153); reached #94 on the US charts and #1 on the Canadian charts.

BRAINWASHED (2002)
Any Road / P2 Vatican Blues (Last Saturday Night) / Pisces Fish / Looking For My Life / Rising Sun / Marwa Blues / Stuck Inside A Cloud / Run So Far / Never Get Over You / Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea / Rocking Chair In Hawaii / Brainwashed. Released on CD on November 19, 2002 in the UK (Parlophone, 541969), the US (Capitol, 41969) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-67074); reached #18 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record).

Stuck Inside A Cloud (2002)
Released as one-track promotional CD single in 2002 in the UK (Parlophone, GEORGE1) and the US (Capitol, 17572).

Any Road (2003)
b/w Marwa Blues. Released on 7-inch and CD single in May 2003 in the UK (Dark Horse, 52117/CDRS6601) and CD single with picture sleeve. Also released as one-track promotional CD single in the UK (Dark Horse, CDRDJ6601).

THE DARK HORSE YEARS 1976-1992 (2004)
Albums: THIRTY-THREE & 1/3 / GEORGE HARRISON / SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND / GONE TROPPO / CLOUD NINE / LIVE IN JAPAN / Bonus DVD. Compilation released as expanded 7CD + DVD boxed set on February 24, 2004 in the UK (EMI, GHBOX-1) and the US (Capitol, 97051).

LET IT ROLL (2009)
Got My Mind Set On You / Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) / Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll) / My Sweet Lord / While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live At Madison Square Garden) / All Things Must Pass / Any Road / This Is Love / All Those Years Ago / Marwa Blues / What Is Life / Rising Sun / When We Was Fab / Something (Live At Madison Square Garden) / Blow Away / Cheer Down / Here Comes The Sun (Live At Madison Square Garden) / I Don’t Want To Do It / Isn’t It A Pity. Compilation released on CD on June 16, 2009 in the UK (Parlophone, 9650192), the US and Japan (EMI, TOCP-98604).

EARLY TAKES VOLUME 1 (2012)
My Sweet Lord (demo) / Run of The Mill (demo) / I’d Have You Any Time (early take) / Mama You’ve Been On My Mind (demo) / Let It Be Me (demo) // Woman Don’t You Cry For Me (early take) / Awaiting On You All (early take) / Behind That Locked Door (demo) / All Things Must Pass (demo) / The Light That Has Lighted The World (demo). Archival material released on elpee and CD on May 1, 2012 in the US (UMe, 99043).

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