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Wonderwall Music (Remastered 2014)

George Harrison

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"... a soundtrack to a rarely seen film, though Harrison's music was inventive and the album remains among his best works."
- Rolling Stone

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1
Microbes
George Harrison
3:44
2
Red Lady Too
George Harrison
1:56
3
Tabla And Pakavaj
George Harrison
1:05
4
In The Park
George Harrison
4:10
5
Drilling A Home
George Harrison
3:08
6
Guru Vandana
George Harrison
1:08
7
Greasy Legs
George Harrison
1:28
8
Ski-ing
George Harrison
1:50
9
Gat Kirwani
George Harrison
1:15
10
Dream Scene
George Harrison
5:27
11
Party Seacombe
George Harrison
4:34
12
Love Scene
George Harrison
4:16
13
Crying
George Harrison
1:17
14
Cowboy Music
George Harrison
1:30
15
Fantasy Sequins
George Harrison
1:50
16
On The Bed
George Harrison
2:22
17
Glass Box
George Harrison
1:07
18
Wonderwall To Be Here
George Harrison
1:27
19
Singing Om
George Harrison
1:57
20
In The First Place (Bonus Track)
George Harrison
3:17
21
Almost Shankara (Bonus Track)
George Harrison
5:00
22
The Inner Light (Alternative Take Instrumental / Bonus Track)
George Harrison
3:43
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:31
"... a vital reissue ... often enchanting sequence of 19 harmonious themes and tone poems ... (an) intriguing treat from the reflective former Fab."
- Billboard

"... of all the Beatles related esoterica, this is one of the choicest treasures ... a freewheeling tapestry of music and sound ... a pastiche-like head trip with a mind all its own."
- Musician

Released in November 1968, George Harrison’s Wonderwall Music was the first solo album from a member of the Beatles and the first release on Apple Records. The soundtrack music for director Joe Massot’s debut feature film, Wonderwall, the predominantly instrumental album is an intricate, vibrant tapestry of Western rock music and compositions in an Indian classical style. This reissue has been digitally remastered from the original analogue masters and includes three bonus tracks.

"I decided to do it as a mini-anthology of Indian music, because I wanted to help turn the public on to Indian music."
- George Harrison
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – G.H. Estate Limited Studio Masters

Remastering by Paul Hicks, Gavin Lurssen & Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering
Audio restoration: Paul Hicks
Historical Notes: Kevin Howlett
Art Layout: Darren Evans
Additional tracks mixed by Paul Hicks
Background Research: Matt Hurwitz
Images:
Unless otherwise stated all images are ©Harrison Family
P.3 George at Abbey Road Studios during the recording of Wonderwall Music. Photograph by Leslie Bryce.
P.4 George with Jane Birkin, Pattie Boyd, Ringo Starr and the cast at the premiere for Wonderwall in Cannes, 1968. Photo: Sipa Press / Rex Features.
P.5 George’s notes to Paul Hicks & Eddie Veale in 1998 during restoration of Wonderwall.
P.6 George’s handwritten and drawn credits for the sleeve.
P.8 Original stereo master tape box for Side 2 of Wonderwall Music.
P.9 Photo. Left to Right: Vinayek Vora, Shambhu Das, George, (unknown) and Rijram Desad;

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