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8 thoughts on “ Writings On The Wall - George Harrison - Somewhere In England (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Somewhere in England LP This album (with different cover artwork, as originally intended) includes the hit single ""All Those Years Ago"", a song written about and dedicated to John Lennon and performed with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
  2. Unofficial (fake) pressing of George Harrison's intended version of his album "Somewhere In England" which was to have been issued Oct 29 , but was delayed when Warner Bros rejected it, and George went back to record new tracks to include on the actual release which came out May /5(11).
  3. Writing's on the Wall Lyrics: The writing's on the wall, brother / Your life is in your hands / It's up to you to see the writing's on the wall / It looks you in the eye, mister / It's time we.
  4. George Harrison - Somewhere In England: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Blood From A Clone: A2: Unconsciousness Rules: A3: Life Itself No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: george harrison somewhere in england.
  5. g Vinyl Pressing of Album featuring John Lennon Tribute Mastered from the Original Analog Master Tapes and Cut at Capitol Studios While it's generally accepted that George Harrison bloomed late as a Beatles songwriter, there's no denying it was worth the release of All Things Must Pass, in , was like unstopping a ambitious triple-album, it set the template for.
  6. This release is similar to George Harrison - Somewhere In England, but notice that the label design is Side A has 1 'Darkhorse' while Side B has 3. The other release has 1 'Darkhorse' on both sides. Released with a printed inner sleeve/5(6).
  7. Great sounding pressing. Not George's best solo release, but pretty darn good. The picture of the album cover is not correct. So, when you order this LP, you will receive the original s cover the record company forced upon George, not the black cover. Reviewed 8/24/ Review of the gram vinyl record remastered.
  8. Feb 24,  · Somewhere In England, released in , was the first Harrison album to be released after the death of his former Beatles bandmate John Lennon. The original recordings submitted by Harrison in were rejected by Warner Bros for being "too laid back" and not sufficiently commercial/5(80).

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