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George Harrison - Living In The Material World Album

George Harrison - Living In The Material World Album
Title:
Living In The Material World
Performer:
George Harrison
Style:
Pop Rock
Released:
2006
Catalog:
0946 3 66899 2 0, 366899 2
Country:
Argentina
MP3 album size:
2018 mb
FLAC album size:
1284 mb
Genre:
Label:
Apple Records, Parlophone

Tracklist


1Miss O'Dell2:33
2Give Me Love - (Give Me Peace On Earth)3:39
3That Is All3:51
4Who Can See It3:54
5Deep Blue3:47
6Be Here Now4:12
7The Lord Loves The One (That Loves The Lord)4:37
8Sue Me, Sue You Blues4:50
9 Bonus Tracks
10The Light That Has Lighted The World3:32
11Don't Let Me Wait Too Long2:59
12The Day The World Gets 'Round2:55
13Try Some Buy Some
Drums – Jim Gordon
4:11
14Living In The Material World5:30


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PAS10006, 0C 064 o 05370George Harrison Living In The Material World ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Apple Records, Apple RecordsPAS10006, 0C 064 o 05370UK1973
LSAP 70564, LSAP-70564George Harrison Living In The Material World ‎(LP, Album)Jugoton, Apple RecordsLSAP 70564, LSAP-70564Yugoslavia1973
SBTX-1026George Harrison Living In The Material World ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Apple RecordsSBTX-1026Brazil1973
2 C 066-05370, 2C 066 - 05.370George Harrison Living In The Material World ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Apple Records, Apple Records2 C 066-05370, 2C 066 - 05.370France1973
TOCP-6952George Harrison Living In The Material World ‎(CD, Album)Odeon, Apple RecordsTOCP-6952Japan1991


Credits


  • BassKlaus Voormann
  • EngineerPhil McDonald
  • Flute, SaxophoneJim Horn
  • GuitarGeorge Harrison
  • KeyboardsGary Wright, Nicky Hopkins
  • StringsJohn Barham
  • TablaZakir Hussain
  • Written-By, ProducerGeorge Harrison
  • Art Direction [Reissue], Design [Reissue]Drew Lorimer
  • BassKlaus Voormann
  • Coordinator [Production Co-ordination]Rachel Cooper
  • DesignWilkes & Braun Inc.
  • DrumsJim Keltner, Ringo Starr
  • Engineer [Recording And Remix]Philip McDonald
  • Guitar, Written-By, Composed ByGeorge Harrison
  • KeyboardsGary Wright, Nicky Hopkins
  • Liner NotesKevin Howlett
  • Management [Project Management]Jeff Kramer
  • Mastered ByDoug Sax
  • Photography By [Additional Photographs, Reissue]Barry Feinstein, Mal Evans
  • Photography By [Cover]Kendall L. Johnson
  • Photography By [Inside]Ken Marcus
  • ProducerGeorge Harrison, Phil Spector (tracks: 9)
  • Reissue ProducerDhani Harrison, Olivia Harrison
  • Remastered BySam OKell, Steve Rooke
  • Saxophone, FluteJim Horn
  • StringsJohn Barham
  • TablaZakir Hussein


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A-side label & engraved in runout): YEX 917
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side label & engraved in runout): YEX 918
  • Barcode: 094636689920
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: LC0542


Companies


  • Manufactured By – EMI (NZ) Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – G.H. Estate Limited
  • Marketed By – EMI
  • Distributed By – EMI
  • Published By – Material World Charitable Foundation
  • Published By – Harrisongs Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Apple Studios
  • Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
  • Remastered At – Abbey Road Studios


Album


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