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|Amazon leaks tracks for Harrison CD, may have jumped the gun|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Wednesday, 04/29/09 1:44 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
The track line-up and cover for the new George Harrison collection, Let It Roll: The Songs of George Harrison, was published today on Amazon.com. Unfortunately, turns out, this may not be the official track listing.
According to the posting on Amazon, the new CD collection, which covers covers George's years after the Beatles, will contain:
1. Got My Mind Set On You
2. Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
3. The Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
4. My Sweet Lord
5. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live - Concert For Bangladesh Soundtrack)
6. All Things Must Pass
7. Any Road
8. This Is Love
9. All Those Years Ago
10. Marwa Blues
11. What Is Life
12. Rising Sun
13. When We Was Fab
14. Something (Live - Concert For Bangladesh Soundtrack)
15. Blow Away
16. Cheer Down
17. Here Comes The Sun (Live - Concert For Bangladesh Soundtrack)
18. I Don't Want To Do It
19. Isn't It A Pity
However, a posting on the fan forum at George Harrison.com states a spokesman for Capitol/EMI says this is not the final track list, and the final version will be released soon.
Upon finding the track listing posted on Amazon, many fans have been expressing disappointment that the collection would only contain one disc, and that so many George Harrison songs had been left out.
Let It Roll: The Songs of George Harrison, which was announced to coincide with the unveiling of George's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, will be available on CD on June 16.
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