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Dark Horse was the label George set up during the mid '70s to put out his solo work, this deluxe boxed set includes all of George's long-unavailable solo albums ( Thirty-Three & 1/3, George Harrison, Somewhere in England, Gone Troppo, Cloud Nine and a hybrid Super Audio CD version of the double Live in Japan album), with bonus tracks on all but the live set and new notes on all. But it's the bonus DVD that makes this set the absolute "perfecta"-containing 89 minutes of promo videos, unreleased live footage and a feature on the Dark Horse label, it's a behind-the-scenes look at a man whose vision and creative energy never flagged.
For the price, they should have released the box set with original album packaging and inserts. If they released SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND with the original cover, then why not with the... Read morePublished on May 11 2004
2004 *finally* sees--after seemingly endless delays from all sides--the re-release of George Harrison's post-Capitol output on Dark Horse records. Read morePublished on April 19 2004 by David Goodwin
and harrison fans.
I am not a beatle fan, but in the 70's had some expectations from harrison, that somehow his genius had been overshadowed by Lennon and Macca, and there... Read more
This music is about melody, beauty, outstanding guitar craft, and escaping from the world of illusion. Read morePublished on March 24 2004
Why must the music industry continually attempt to rip-off the fans??
This box set is an ABSOLUTE RIP-OFF!
Thankfully,each album IS available seperately. Read more
Words breathing fire yet so calm deep and peaceful. I bow down before George and offer my respects. Brilliant Beatle. Wonderful Wilbury. Stupendous Solo-artist. Read morePublished on March 12 2004 by Eric James
George Harrison Dark Horse Years 1976-1992 is an amazing collection however it is flawed so I have to agree with many of the reviews I've read it's a 50/50 split here. Read morePublished on March 10 2004 by Michael Sidel