- Vinyl (24 Feb. 2017)
- Number of Discs: 18
- Format: Box set
- Label: UMC
- ASIN: B01N9RLCL0
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,248 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
The Vinyl Collection [VINYL] Box set
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The George Harrison Vinyl Collection box set features all of George Harrison’s solo studio albums in one collection for the first time to commemorate the musician’s birthday. The vinyl box set includes all twelve of George’s studio albums with exact replicas of the original release track listing and artwork. Also included in the box set are George’s classic live album Live In Japan (2LP), and two 12” single picture discs of “When We Was Fab” and “Got My Mind Set On You.” All the discs are 180-gram heavyweight vinyl and are housed in a high-quality two-piece rigid slipcase box. The original analogue master tapes were used for the new re-masters and were cut at the legendary Capitol studios to ensure exceptional audio quality throughout. George Harrison – The Vinyl Collection box set contents: Wonderwall Music (1968) | 1 LP Electronic Sound (1969) | 1 LP All Things Must Pass (1970) | 3 LP Living In The Material World (1973) | 1 LP Dark Horse (1974) | 1 LP Extra Texture (1975) | 1 LP Thirty Three & 1/3 (1976) | 1LP George Harrison (1979) | 1 LP Somewhere in England (1981) | 1 LP Gone Troppo (1982) | 1 LP Cloud Nine (1987) | 1 LP Live In Japan (1992) | 2 LP Brainwashed (2002) | 1 LP Bonus 12” Picture Disc Singles of “When We Was Fab” and “Got My Mind Set On You”
Top Customer Reviews
A very nice item and very pleased to own this. Highly recommended. The packaging from Amazon was also of a very high order minimising the risk of damaging this very heavy box set.
This box is a wonderful job both in presentation and content to the delight of all fans as well as for those who enjoy good music.
Now what about a proper Brainwashed Lp.
Harrison said he wanted to make an on the spot
album, without overdubs or enhanced effects.
Yet after his passing Jeff Lynn went against
Harrison's wishes & "behold" overdubs & added
musicians. Harrison's son did add some guitar
work, which was fitting. But Mr.ELO just couldn't
keeps his over production mitts off. Brings a new
meaning to "what are friends for".