Initially rejected by Warner Brothers this album will dissappoint many Harrison fans. Not that the songs are bad, or uninteresting, but largely due to the thin and feeble production. Had George simply lost interest? Ringo's It Don't Come Easy clearly shows that George had an ear for full, rich musical arrangements that compliment the music, making it colourful and layered. This is not the case with this album. Teardrops, for example is a fine pop tune, but lacks drive and energy. Save the World, similarly, is an interesting and commendable song, but with such weak production the listeners interest soon wanes. The best two tracks on the album aren't in fact written by Harrison, but by Hoagy Carmichael, namely Baltimore Oriole and Hong Kong Blues. Both tracks are welcomed variations on old songs, well played and arranged. Life Itself is exquisite with some beautiful slide guitar playing from George. All Those Years Ago is reflectively cheerful and not at all morose as it could so easily have been. This album clearly shows a man who has a passion for many things, but making this album the success it should have been was not one of them.