George Harrison - The Dark Horse Years [DVD] 
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The George Harrison: The Dark Horse Years 1979-1992 is packaged in an amaray case with deluxe 28-page booklet and contains performances, promotion videos and interview footage. It contains extensive liner notes by David Fricke, accompanied by a great selection of photographs, illustrations and press cuttings. Olivia Harrison has contributed a short history of Dark Horse records and further notes about the Dark Horse Logo itself.
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I'd forgotten how Monty Python-esque George's videos tended to be- especially in the videos for 'This Song'and 'Crackerbox Palace'. Equally bizarre is the psychedelia of 'When We Was Fab' and the British version of 'Got My Mind Set On You' with its dancing furniture. There is also some commentry from the man himself about the meanings behind the songs and his life. It's inspired me to buy some of the early Harrison albums missing from my collection. Highly recommended to any Harrison fan and also to those who just need reminding of this guy's talent.
As far as the disc is concerned, there is lots to satisfy fans of George Harrison. Promo videos from 1976 onwards, footage of George performing songs from Shanghai Suprise, footage from his Japanese tours, and some poignant moments from a host of interviews.
Alas there are gaps. Some promo videos are not included (True Love,Blow Away, All those Years Ago, Save The World)and the few excerpts from the Japanese Tour suggest that there is a lot still to get an airing. There are no Wilbury clips either.
The disc, however, remains a nice tribute to the "Dark Horse".
I didn't buy the box set as I already have the albums contained therein, so I had not already seen this DVD, but as others have said, if you have the box set, this DVD is already included in it.
It's great to see this Dark Horse being given time to really speak and be listened to, and showcases the illustrious talent he contained and show what was being slightly hidden, overshadowed and sidelined by the giant that was the Lennon/McCartney partnership (not a slight at Lennon and McCartney; read my other reviews and you'll see I think they're all brilliant!)
This is a fascinating insight into George Harrison, as well as containing a couple of really cool promo videos you may or may not already have seen. I already have the SACD of George live in Japan, but there are also some videos included from that concert, so it was great to see bits of the show I've been listening to the last few years.
If you want to get into George Harrison's solo music after reading this, may I suggest the following three albums as your most essential listening and his best solo offerings (others may well beg to differ).
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A candid and sometimes funny DVD. It reminded us of his great talents.
It makes you laugh and cry as well.
A great addition to our DVD collection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The delivery and quality of the product were excellent and the DVD itself contains lots of interesting and insightful information about George Harrison's Dark Horse Record Label. Read morePublished on 8 July 2012 by John Richard Matthews
It's nice that they split up the boxed set items in order to purchase them individually. This DVD is superb especially the live Japan section although it's all very, very... Read morePublished on 13 Jan. 2012 by weeorry10