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Best George Harrison solo songs.

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Rated 6 points - posted 9 years ago by Albert Hand in category Music.
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My Sweet Lord. Report Abuse
His first single.
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George's most iconic song, although tainted by the plagiarism suit. However, it clearly outclasses the trite song which George was accused of copying.
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Isn't it a pity. (full version) Report Abuse
George's reflection on the in fighting within the Beatles with a fade out similar to ' Hey Jude.'
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Beware of darkness. Report Abuse
Terrific track from 'All things must pass.'
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A superb composition which warns against the corrupting influences and illusions of the world around us.
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Art of dying. Report Abuse
Great rocker.
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This song has become more poignant since George's death.
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All things must pass. Report Abuse
Was played during the ' Let it be' sessions and does have a very Beatle flavour to it.
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What is life. Report Abuse
From 'All things must pass.'
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Although George's greatest songs probably don't reach the level of John's best post-Beatles material, surely the quality of his output stacks up well against Paul's, despite him being in the commercial wilderness most of the time.
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Any Road Report Abuse
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This terrific song was released on the Brainwashed album about a year after his death although he wrote it more than a decade earlier.
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This is Love Report Abuse
Fairly lightweight but very catchy
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Looking for my life Report Abuse
Another fine song in the spiritual quest mode that George was most comfortable in.
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Cheer down. Report Abuse
From the movie 'Lethal Weapon ll, co-written with Tom Petty.
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Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let it Roll) Report Abuse
Attractive melody with lyrics that relate to Friar Park
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All those years ago. Report Abuse
Tribute song to John Lennon.
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Stuck inside a Cloud Report Abuse
Very moving song written when he was dying.
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Great slide guitar.
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Between the devil and the dep blue sea Report Abuse
This ukelele based cover of a pop standard turned out better than you might expect
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Rising Sun Report Abuse
Uplifting song that emphasises the eternal nature of the spirit/soul.
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Life itself. Report Abuse
Beautiful guitar playing.
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Essential GH spiritual song
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Learning How to Love You Report Abuse
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Gentle, melodic, restrained ballad with a light jazzy feel.
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Lay His Head Report Abuse
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This reflective song was initially rejected by George's record company, but George later improved the production and released it as the b-side to Got My Mind Set On You.
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Wah-Wah Report Abuse
So much emotion.
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Displays George's frustration with Paul, John and Yoko.
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You. Report Abuse
From ' Extra Texture', a great uptempo track with a some great sax.
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Run So Far Report Abuse
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This song appears to be about wanting to escape the pressures of being a famous, itinerant musician. George gave it to Eric Clapton in 1989, 13 years before it was released on Brainwashed.
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Faster Report Abuse
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Nice video with an ex F1 champion as George's chauffeur; shame the song isn't better.
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Give me love (give me peace on earth). Report Abuse
Big hit. Great guitar playing.
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Awaiting on you all Report Abuse
Gospel-like rocker with powerful lyrics
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Totally under rated !!!!!
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Your love is forever Report Abuse
Beautiful haunting melody
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Crackerbox Palace. Report Abuse
In this song George reflects on the craziness of Beatlemania and all that went with it.
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Fish on the Sand Report Abuse
Infectious uptempo song expressing George's longing for God.
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Baltimore Oriole Report Abuse
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George covered this song co-written by one of his musical heroes, Hoagy Carmichael.
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When we was fab. Report Abuse
The title says it all. Written with Jeff Lynn and has all the Beatle style production.
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Try Some, Buy Some Report Abuse
Cannot believe this track is not already listed. Originally written for and recorded by Ronnie Spector (released as a single on Apple), George use the same backing track for his version. John Lennon - a man of great taste - apparently liked the Phil Spector arrangement/production.
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That's what it takes Report Abuse
Splendid Beatlesque pop song co-written with Jeff Lynne and Gary Wright.
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Behind That Locked Door Report Abuse
Great song in C&W genre. Written for Dylan.
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Here Comes the Moon Report Abuse
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Whimsical and seductive star-gazing.
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Wreck of the Hesperus Report Abuse
Cool upbeat track with great playing and unusual lyrics. Does the 'wreck' refer to the state of George's musical career before Cloud 9 was released?
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That is all Report Abuse
Beautiful etherial song which, although melancholic in mood, slowly draws you in.
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This guitar can't keep from crying Report Abuse
almost as good as the related White Album song
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The rockier version on the 2014 reissue of Extra Texture is great.
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Expresses George's sadness at the unfair criticism of his US tour with Ravi Shankar and other distinguished Indian musicians.
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Blow away. Report Abuse
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A simple yet charming song that is popular with casual fans
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See Yourself Report Abuse
In 1976 George decided to revamp a 1967 philosophical composition about self-realisation. It seems a bit too ponderous and preachy.
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Who can see it Report Abuse
George really stretches his vocal chords in this bitter ballad which expresses his need to be his own man after being supressed by Lennon/McCartney for so many years.
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Poor little girl. Report Abuse
Great track, very Travelling Wilburys.
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Run of the Mill Report Abuse
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Beautiful song that can apply to anyone's life.
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That Which I Have Lost Report Abuse
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An eccentric mixture of lively guitar licks and wordy philosophising.
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Tired of midnight blue Report Abuse
One of the best tracks on 'Extra Texture'. Expresses George's desire to escape from late night clubbing and drugs and get back to gardening at Friar Park.
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Beautiful Girl Report Abuse
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Sensuous melodic compliment to his wife Olivia.
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Someplace else Report Abuse
Probably the best thing in 'Shanghai Surprise'. George and Jeff Lynne gave the production of this song a makeover for Cloud 9.
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Cloud 9 Report Abuse
George played this live in Japan. Best to cherish the few live performances that he gave after 1974.
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Just for Today Report Abuse
Uplifting lyrics and beautiful melody
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That's the way it goes. Report Abuse
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A little known gem from George's underwhelming Gone Troppo album.
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Flying Hour Report Abuse
Possibly George's best unreleased track. It was rejected for the Somewhere in England album.
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Pisces Fish Report Abuse
A quirky song from Brainwashed which mixes mundane or quaint visions with spiritual reflections.
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The line 'I'm the living proof of all life's contradictions' shows that George recognised the criticisms that were often levelled against him as a highly spiritual person with a luxurious lifestyle.
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Love comes to everyone Report Abuse
Heartwarming, optimistic and idealistic
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Bangladesh Report Abuse
This worthy hit single is associated with George's famous charity concert, but feels dated now.
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sue me sue you blues Report Abuse
Great snapshot of the post Beatle legal hassles. And it's a good song.
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Great guitar work on this one
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Dream Away Report Abuse
Playful song with a catchy scat refrain used in 'Time Bandits'.
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Breath away from heaven Report Abuse
An atmospheric oriental-style song originally used in the 'Shanghai Surprise' soundtrack and re-recorded for release on Cloud 9.
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Wake up my love Report Abuse
Uptempo love song which appears at first to be directed at a woman but in typical GH fashion is actually oriented towards God.
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World of Stone Report Abuse
George expresses his alienation and disappointment at audiences' rejection of his Krishna beliefs.
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Let it Down Report Abuse
A sensual song which captures the tension and moods of a seduction.
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Soft Touch Report Abuse
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Nice guitar riffs, but it's so slick and polished that it seems too bland.
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Brainwashed Report Abuse
A powerful polemic from George. The song is made more appealing by the interspersed Indian philosophy and final chanting which work well in modifying the stridency of the lyrics.
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This song isn't very popular in North Korea.
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Apple Scruffs Report Abuse
A tribute to the Beatles biggest fans. Plus, George's harmonica work...
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George sounds like a street busker, in contrast to Phil Spector's usual over-production on All Things Must Pass.
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Deep blue. Report Abuse
This was the flip side to the single ' Bangla Deish.' It was written after the death of George's mother.
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This song is heartfelt but depressing
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What You Value Report Abuse
Oneof his best solo tracks - taken from 33 1/3rd
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Horse to water. Report Abuse
From the album 'Jools Holland and friends.' This was George's last recording and features his son Dhani on guitar.
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Sam Brown did an excelent cover of this song at The Concert for George.
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Sat singing Report Abuse
George's record company made the incomprehensible decision to reject this fine song for his 'Somewhere in England' album.
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Let it be me Report Abuse
Sensual home demo of the Everly Brothers classic
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Marwa Blues Report Abuse
A soothing and beautifully played instrumental piece.
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I don't want to do it Report Abuse
An excellent cover of an obscure Bob Dylan song.
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I'd have you anytime Report Abuse
An intimate and haunting song written with Bob Dylan.
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Don't let me wait too long Report Abuse
One of the most commercial songs on Living in the Material World. It could have been a hit single.
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It's a shame that this song never got any radio play.
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I live for you Report Abuse
Originally recorded for 'All Things Must Pass' in 1970 but not released until the 2001 remastered version as one of the bonus tracks. The pedal steel guitar playing is impressive.
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Got my mind set on you. Report Abuse
Song written by Rudy Clark but George gives it a whole new lease of life and it was a huge hit for him.
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Oh George, why did you record this awful song? It's unworthy of you.
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A commercial success, but irritating and repetitive.
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The Pirate Song Report Abuse
Amusing sketch and music from Eric Idle's comedy show on the BBC.
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If Not For You Report Abuse
Melodic cover of a Bob Dylan song.
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Living in the material world Report Abuse
A song which contrasts the superficiality of material wealth with the depth given by spirituality. It also gives a welcome credit to Ringo for the Beatles' success.
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Simply Shady Report Abuse
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George documents his spiritual fallibility and fall into bitter decadence in this vocally strained, but soulful confessional piece.
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Woman Don't You Cry For Me Report Abuse
This fine song was written in 1969 when George first started practising slide guitar, although it wasn't released until several years later.
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Dark Horse Report Abuse
Often jokingly referred to as 'Dark Hoarse', since George apparently had laryngitis when he recorded the song.
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This Song Report Abuse
This boogie type tune reveals George's frustration with the legal system after he lost his famous plagiarism case. The associated video presents an amusing parody of the courtroom scenes.
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Blood from a Clone Report Abuse
George does not pull his punches in this bitter critique of the musical taste of the executives at his record company.
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Dehradun Report Abuse
Seductive unreleased song written in India in 1968. Some of the lyrics are reminiscent of 'Any Road'.
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Circles Report Abuse
Potentially there's a good song here in the style of Blue Jay Way, but the version on Gone Troppo ends up in no man's land between eerie and dreary.
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Cockamamie business. Report Abuse
An additional song to the ' Best of Dark Horse', co-written with Jeff Lynn is quite biographical and honest.
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Never Get Over You Report Abuse
Mellow love song with lots of George's trademark slide guitar.
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Abandoned Love Report Abuse
Unreleased cover of one of Bob Dylan's best songs.
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Be here now Report Abuse
Understated prayer-like meditation music that emphasises the need to live in the present, not the past.
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If you believe Report Abuse
George's tendency to preach about his religious beliefs can be annoying, but ths song works well.
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Devil's Radio Report Abuse
George shows his disdain for 1980s radio and the media in general.
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Gopala Krishna Report Abuse
George expresses his faith in an unreleased song.
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Maya Love Report Abuse
Slide guitar dominates in this song about the illusory nature of love. It was written just after Pattie left him for Eric Clapton.
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Dear One Report Abuse
From the album "33-1/3" - an ethereal beauty of a song with an infectious chorus.
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Should be in the top 20
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The Answer's at the End Report Abuse
Fine philosophical lyrics but funereal melody.
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Ding Dong, Ding Dong Report Abuse
George's disappointing attempt at a jolly festive song.
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All Those years ago Report Abuse
Great tribute to John Lennon
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This song is listed twice.
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I like this choice
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