(2004) Live In Japan

George Harrison

... read moreGeorge Harrison returned to the stage for the first time in years in 1991; that Japanese tour is documented on the fine double-disc set Live in Japan. Backed by a stellar supporting band led by Eric Clapton, Harrison turns in surprisingly strong versions of his best solo material; it easily...

01:27′:01″ 19 Songs

Disk 1

1
I Want To Tell You (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:36
2
Old Brown Shoe (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
3:55
3
Taxman (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:20
4
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
3:39
5
If I Needed Someone (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
3:50
6
Something (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
5:21
7
What Is Life (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:46
8
Dark Horse (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:15
9
Piggies (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
3:17
10
Got My Mind Set On You (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:34

Disk 2

1
Cloud Nine (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:11
2
Here Comes The Sun (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
3:31
3
My Sweet Lord (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
5:42
4
All Those Years Ago (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:23
5
Cheer Down (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:01
6
Devil's Radio (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:24
7
Isn't It A Pity (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
6:23
8
While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
7:19
9
Roll Over Beethoven (Live In Japan, 1991 / 2004 Mix)
George Harrison
4:34
Released 01 January 2004, ℗ 2004 Umlaut Corp

Review

George Harrison returned to the stage for the first time in years in 1991; that Japanese tour is documented on the fine double-disc set Live in Japan. Backed by a stellar supporting band led by Eric Clapton, Harrison turns in surprisingly strong versions of his best solo material; it easily surpasses Paul McCartney's double-disc Tripping the Live Fantastic or Paul Is Live. Not bad for a guy who doesn't like to give concerts. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine