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Released in the spring of 1979, George Harrison's self titled sixth solo effort is an accoustically led, optomistic affair.
Available again and digitally remastered, the album contains the ten original tracks and a bonus demo of 'Here Comes The Moon'.
Here Harrison sounds content, both as an artist and a newly married man, he has regained his voice, and has toned down the direct religious references evident on albums such as 'Dark Horse'.
The majority of the album still sounds fresh today- his relaxed state of mind after the stresses of the 'My Sweet Lord' plagerism court case, his recent marriage to Olivia and the birth of his Son Dhani and the fact much of the album was… Read more