George had plenty of great songs spread out throughout his solo career. He even had more hits than people seem to remember.
It used to be that you could get all the hits by owning Capitol's "The Best of George Harrison" (which contains half Beatles tracks written and sung by Harrison), "The Best of Dark Horse", "Cloud Nine", and "Traveling Wilburys, Volume 1". "All Things Must Pass" is worth owning for many other great songs, although its 3 big hits are already on the "Best of George Harrison" CD.
Before Harrison died he got his CDs remastered and re-released with added bonus tracks (ex. the de-Spectorized "All Things Must Pass" was released in 2001, and many of his other CDs were released in 2004)--- and these CDs sound amazing and are worth owning over the earlier releases, especially the inferior sounding "Best of George Harrison" CD.
However, "The Best of Dark Horse" CD, which conveniently contained all the hits from the later 1970's (where the "Best of George Harrison" CD left off) up till his last few releases before/after he died, has been discontinued (ain't that always the way???). Now the only way to get songs such as "Crackerbox Palace", "Gone Troppo", "Love Comes to Everyone", "That's the Way It Goes" and "Here Comes the Moon" is to buy the individual CDs they came from... I have done this and I'm not disappointed but it's costly and only true Harrison fans will spend the extra money.
The new "Let It Roll" collection is missing songs that the "Best of Dark Horse" had (see above), but the added songs from Harrison's last releases and the live tracks are wonderful. It's missing "Horse to Water", which was his last recorded song. I just wish it was a 2-CD set... give Harrison his due!!!
This CD is definitely worth owning and most people will be happy enough with this one CD of Harrison's solo songs. The remastered sound is great and consistent throughout, even on the older tracks and live tracks.
But you should still own "All Things Must Pass", "Cloud Nine" and the re-released "Traveling Wilburys" 2 CD/1 DVD set. Really!!!