George Harrison discography

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George Harrison discography

George Harrison at the Oval Office in 1974
Releases
Studio albums 12
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 4
Singles 35
Video albums 2

The discography of English singer-songwriter and ex-Beatle George Harrison consists of twelve studio albums, two live albums, four compilation albums, thirty-five singles and two video albums. Harrison's first solo releases – the Wonderwall Music film soundtrack (1968) and Electronic Sound (1969) – were almost entirely instrumental works, issued during the last two years of the Beatles' career. Following the band's break-up in April 1970, Harrison continued to produce recordings by his fellow Apple Records acts, notably former bandmate Ringo Starr.[1] He recorded and collaborated with a wide range of artists, including Ravi Shankar, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and Gary Wright.[2]

Harrison's acclaimed triple album All Things Must Pass (1970) was certified six-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in March 2001[3] and, as of 2011, was still the most successful album by an ex-Beatle.[4] All Things Must Pass produced the international number 1 hit "My Sweet Lord", which was coupled as a double A-side with "Isn't It a Pity" in the majority of countries.[5] In 1971 Harrison recorded pop music's first charity single, "Bangla Desh",[6] and released the Concert for Bangladesh triple live album (credited to George Harrison & Friends) to raise further funds for refugees of the Bangladesh Liberation War. His 1973 album Living in the Material World and the single "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" repeated the US success of his 1970 solo releases by simultaneously holding the number 1 position on Billboard's albums and singles charts.[7] The remainder of his 1970s studio albums, starting with Dark Horse (1974), were all certified gold by the RIAA[3] but performed disappointingly on the UK albums chart.[8] Following the expiration of his EMI-affiliated Apple contract, Thirty Three & 1/3 (1976) was Harrison's debut release on his Dark Horse label, distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Records.[9]

The 1981 single "All Those Years Ago", from Somewhere in England, was written as a tribute to the recently murdered John Lennon and became Harrison's biggest chart hit since "Give Me Love".[10] Having clashed with Warner Bros. over the content of that album, Harrison refused to participate in promotion for Gone Troppo (1982), resulting in lacklustre sales.[11] From 1983 until 1986, Harrison released only film soundtrack singles, reflecting his involvement in movie production.[12] Cloud Nine (1987) and its lead single "Got My Mind Set on You" marked a commercial comeback for Harrison.[13] He then formed the Traveling Wilburys with Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Roy Orbison, and the band released two successful studio albums between 1988 and 1990 on his Warner Bros. contract.[14] Following his tour that resulted in the 1992 Live in Japan album, Harrison again stepped back from full-time musical activity.[15] After being diagnosed with cancer in 1997, he recorded his twelfth and final studio album, the posthumously released Brainwashed (2002).[16] Harrison oversaw the reissue of All Things Must Pass in January 2001,[15] and all his studio albums except Dark Horse and Extra Texture have since been remastered.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[17]
US
[18][19]
AUS
[20]
AUT
[21]
CAN
[22]
GER
[23]
JPN
[24]
NL
[25]
NOR
[26]
SWE
[27]
Wonderwall Music
  • Label: Apple/EMI
  • Released: 1 November 1968 (UK)
  • Released: 2 December 1968 (US)[28]
49 30 22
Electronic Sound
  • Label: Zapple/EMI
  • Released: 9 May 1969 (UK)
  • Released: 26 May 1969 (US)[29]
191
All Things Must Pass
  • Label: Apple/EMI
  • Released: 27 November 1970 (US)
  • Released: 30 November 1970 (UK)[30]
1 1 1 1 10 4 1 1 1
Living in the Material World
  • Label: Apple/EMI
  • Released: 30 May 1973 (US)
  • Released: 22 June 1973 (UK)[33]
2 1 1 1 20 9 5 4 2
  • RIAA: Gold[3]
Dark Horse
  • Label: Apple/EMI
  • Released: 9 December 1974 (US)
  • Released: 20 December 1974 (UK)[34]
4 47 10 42 45 18 5 7
Extra Texture (Read All About It)
  • Label: Apple/EMI
  • Released: 22 September 1975 (US)
  • Released: 3 October 1975 (UK)[35]
16 8 36 63 9 8
  • RIAA: Gold[3]
Thirty Three & 1/3
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 19 November 1976 (UK)
  • Released: 24 November 1976 (US)[36]
35 11 27 10 23 17
George Harrison
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 20 February 1979 (US)
  • Released: 23 February 1979 (UK)[37]
39 14 52 14 38 39 21
  • RIAA: Gold[3]
Somewhere in England
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 1 June 1981 (US)
  • Released: 5 June 1981 (UK)[38]
13 11 17 15 14 36 31 42 2 13
Gone Troppo
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 5 November 1982 (UK)
  • Released: 8 November 1982 (US)[38]
108 98 31
Cloud Nine
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 2 November 1987 (UK)
  • Released: 3 November 1987 (US)[38]
10 8 10 26 6 15 28 30 8 5
Brainwashed
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 19 November 2002[39]
29 18 62 24 17 21 9 18
"—" denotes albums that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[40]
US
[18][19]
AUS
[20]
AUT
[21]
CAN
[22]
GER
[23]
JPN
[24]
NL
[25]
NOR
[26]
SWE
[27]
The Concert for Bangladesh
  • Label: Apple/EMI (US)
    Epic/Sony (UK)
  • Released: 20 December 1971 (US)
  • Released: 10 January 1972 (UK)[41]
1 2 3 2 29 2 1 1 2
  • RIAA: Gold[3]
Live in Japan
  • Label: Dark Horse/Warner Bros.
  • Released: 13 July 1992 (UK)
  • Released: 14 July 1992 (US)[42]
126 15
"—" denotes albums that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[17]
US
[18][19]
AUS
[20]
AUT
[21]
CAN
[22]
GER
[23]
JPN
[24]
NL
[25]
NOR
[26]
SWE
[27]
The Best of George Harrison
  • Label: Parlophone, EMI
  • Released: 8 November 1976 (US)
  • Released: 20 November 1976 (UK)[43]
100 31 59 25 50 51
Best of Dark Horse 1976–1989
  • Label: Dark Horse, Warner Bros.
  • Released: 17 October 1989 (US)
  • Released: 23 October 1989 (UK)[44]
132 51
Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison 4 24 18 91 40
Early Takes: Volume 1
  • Label: UMe
  • Released: 1 May 2012[46]
66 20 88 61 37
"—" denotes albums that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Box sets[edit]

Title Album details Notes
The Dark Horse Years 1976–1992
  • Label: Dark Horse
  • Released: 23 February 2004
  • Includes six albums from Thirty Three & 1/3 to Live in Japan as well as a DVD with additional material

Singles[edit]

For songs Harrison wrote or sang lead vocal in the Beatles, see List of songs recorded by the Beatles.
For songs not found on any album, see List of songs recorded by George Harrison.
List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[17]
US
[18][19]
AUS
[20]
CAN
[47]
GER
[23][48]
IRL
[49]
NL
[25]
NOR
[26]
SWE
[27]
SWI
[50]
"My Sweet Lord" 1970 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 All Things Must Pass
/ "Isn't It a Pity" 1
"What Is Life" 1971 10 1 3 3 2 7 1
"Bangla Desh" 10 23 15 13 23 18 7 3 8 2 non-album single
/ "Deep Blue" 23
"Give Me Love
(Give Me Peace on Earth)
"
1973 8 1 9 9 28 10 7 7 Living in the Material World
"Dark Horse" 1974 15 26 46 Dark Horse
"Ding Dong, Ding Dong" 38 36 63 31 10
"You" 1975 38 20 9 43 19 Extra Texture (Read All About It)
"This Guitar (Can't Keep from Crying)"
"This Song" 1976 25 30 30 Thirty Three & 1/3
"Crackerbox Palace" 1977 19 19
"True Love"
"It's What You Value"
"Blow Away" 1979 51 16 7 George Harrison
"Love Comes to Everyone"
"Faster"
"All Those Years Ago" 1981 13 2 3 44 4 43 2 11 8 Somewhere in England
"Teardrops" 102
"Wake Up My Love" 1982 53 Gone Troppo
"I Really Love You" 1983
"Dream Away"
"I Don't Want to Do It" 1985 Porky's Revenge soundtrack
"Got My Mind Set on You" 1987 2 1 1 1 7 1 9 10 10 11 Cloud Nine
"When We Was Fab" 1988 25 23 20 40 24 52
"This Is Love" 55
"Cheer Down" 1989 53 Lethal Weapon 2 soundtrack
"My Sweet Lord (2000)" dagger 2001 74 All Things Must Pass (30th Anniversary Edition)
"My Sweet Lord" (reissue) 2002 1 94 1 5 46 18 56 61
"Any Road" 2003 37 Brainwashed
"—" denotes singles that did not chart or were not released in that region.
dagger denotes jukebox-only single.

Promotional singles[edit]

The following is a list of songs by Harrison that were released as promotional singles in the United States, showing their peak positions on Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Mainstream Rock listings, where applicable.

Title Year Album
AC
[18][19]
Main
[18][19]
"Shanghai Surprise"[51][52]
(with Vicki Brown)
1986 non-album promo single
"Devil's Radio"[52][53] 1987 4 Cloud Nine
"Cloud 9"[52][54] 1988 9
"Poor Little Girl"[55] 1989 21 Best of Dark Horse 1976–1989
"Stuck Inside a Cloud" 2002 27 Brainwashed

Video albums[edit]

List of video albums, with selected certifications
Title Album details Certifications
The Concert for Bangladesh
(as George Harrison & Friends)
  • Label: Apple
  • Released: 24 October 2005[56]
  • Format: DVD
  • RIAA: 4× Platinum[3]
George Harrison: Living in the Material World
  • Label: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
  • Released: 10 October 2011[57]
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
  • CRIA: 2x Platinum[58]

Contributions to multi-artist compilations[edit]

Title Release details Harrison contribution
Greenpeace
  • Label: A&M
  • Released: 4 June 1985 (UK)
    19 August 1985 (US)[44]

Re-recorded version of his Somewhere in England song "Save the World"[59]

The Bunbury Tails soundtrack

New composition "Ride Rajbun", recorded in March 1988[60]

Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
  • Label: Columbia
  • Released: 19 July 1993 (UK)
    24 August 1993 (US)[42]

Live performance of Dylan's "Absolutely Sweet Marie"[61]

Collaborations and other appearances[edit]

Year Album/single Collaborator Comment
1965 "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" The Silkie Percussion[62]
1968 James Taylor James Taylor Backing vocals on "Carolina in my Mind"[63]
1969 Goodbye Cream Electric guitar on "Badge" (under the pseudonym L'Angelo Misterioso)[64]
1969 Is This What You Want? Jackie Lomax Electric and acoustic guitars; album produced by Harrison[65]
1969 "Hare Krishna Mantra" Radha Krishna Temple (London) Electric guitar, harmonium and bass; A- and B-sides produced by Harrison[66]
1969 That's the Way God Planned It Billy Preston Electric and acoustic guitars, Moog synthesizer and sitar; album produced by Harrison[67]
1969 Songs for a Tailor Jack Bruce Electric guitar on "Never Tell Your Mother She's Out of Tune" (under the pseudonym L'Angelo Misterioso)[67]
1970 "All That I've Got (I'm Gonna Give It to You)" Billy Preston Electric guitar; A-side produced by Harrison[68]
1970 "Instant Karma!" Plastic Ono Band Electric guitar, piano and backing vocals[69]
1970 "How the Web Was Woven" Jackie Lomax A-side produced by Harrison[68]
1970 "Govinda" Radha Krishna Temple (London) Acoustic guitar, harmonium and bass; A- and B-sides produced by Harrison[70]
1970 Leon Russell Leon Russell Electric guitar[71]
1970 On Tour with Eric Clapton Delaney & Bonnie and Friends Electric guitar (under the pseudonym L'Angelo Misterioso)[72][73]
1970 Doris Troy Doris Troy Electric guitar;[74] album co-produced by Harrison[75]
1970 Encouraging Words Billy Preston Electric guitar, Moog synthesizer and backing vocals; album co-produced by Harrison[76]
1970 "Tell the Truth" Derek and the Dominos Electric guitar on A-side,[77] slide guitar on "Roll It Over"[78]
1970 The Worst of Ashton, Gardner & Dyke Ashton, Gardner & Dyke Electric guitar on "I'm Your Spiritual Breadman" (under the pseudonym George O'Hara Smith)[79]
1970 New Morning Bob Dylan Electric guitar on "Went to See the Gypsy" and "Sign on the Window"[80]
1970 Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band Yoko Ono Uncredited musical contribution[81]
1971 "It Don't Come Easy" Ringo Starr Electric guitar on A-side, and slide guitar, piano, acoustic guitar, dobro and bass on "Early 1970"; A-side produced by Harrison[82]
1971 "Try Some, Buy Some" Ronnie Spector Electric and acoustic guitars; A- and B-sides co-produced by Harrison[83]
1971 The Radha Krsna Temple Radha Krishna Temple (London) Electric and acoustic guitars, harmonium, bass and percussion; album produced by Harrison[84]
1971 Joi Bangla EP Ravi Shankar A- and B-sides produced by Harrison[66]
1971 Imagine John Lennon Slide guitar on "How Do You Sleep?", "Gimme Some Truth" and "I Don't Want to Be a Soldier, Mama", electric guitar on "Oh My Love", dobro on "Crippled Inside"[85]
1971 Footprint Gary Wright Electric and acoustic guitars, and dobro[86] (under the pseudonym George O'Hara)[87]
1971 I Wrote a Simple Song Billy Preston Dobro on "I Wrote A Simple Song"[86]
1971 Raga soundtrack Ravi Shankar Album produced by Harrison[88]
1971 Straight Up Badfinger Slide guitar on "Day After Day", electric and acoustic guitars on "I'd Die, Baby";[89] "Day After Day", "I'd Die, Baby", "Suitcase" and "Name of the Game" co-produced by Harrison[90]
1972 David Bromberg David Bromberg Slide guitar on "The Holdup"[91]
1972 "Sweet Music" Lon & Derrek Van Eaton A-side produced by Harrison[92]
1972 "Back Off Boogaloo" Ringo Starr Slide and acoustic guitars; A-side produced by Harrison[93]
1972 Bobby Whitlock Bobby Whitlock Electric guitar[94]
1972 Some Time in New York City John Lennon/Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band Electric guitar on "Cold Turkey" and "Don't Worry Kyoko"[95]
1972 Bobby Keys Bobby Keys Electric guitar[96]
1972 Son of Schmilsson Harry Nilsson Slide guitar on "You're Breakin' My Heart" (under the pseudonym George Harrysong)[97]
1973 In Concert 1972 Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan Album co-produced by Harrison[98]
1973 The Tin Man Was a Dreamer Nicky Hopkins Electric and slide guitars (under the pseudonym George O'Hara)[99]
1973 Los Cochinos Cheech & Chong Electric guitar on "Basketball Jones"[100]
1973 "Photograph" Ringo Starr Slide and electric guitars on "Down and Out"; B-side co-produced by Harrison (A-side included on Ringo album)[101]
1973 Hobos, Heroes and Street Corner Clowns Don Nix Slide guitar on "I Need You"[102]
1973 It's Like You Never Left Dave Mason Slide guitar[103] on "If You've Got Love" (under the pseudonym Son Of Harry)[104]
1973 Ringo Ringo Starr Slide, electric and acoustic guitars, and backing vocals, on "Photograph", "I'm the Greatest", "Sunshine Life for Me" and "You and Me (Babe)"[105]
1973 On the Road to Freedom Alvin Lee and Mylon LeFevre Acoustic guitar, dobro, bass and backing vocals on "So Sad (No Love of His Own)" (under the pseudonym Hari Georgeson)[106]
1974 Son of Dracula soundtrack Harry Nilsson Percussion on "Daybreak"[107]
1974 The Place I Love Splinter Electric and acoustic guitars, dobro, bass, Moog synthesizer, harmonium, bass, percussion and backing vocals (under the pseudonyms Hari Georgeson, Jai Raj Harisein and P. Roducer); album produced by Harrison[108]
1974 Shankar Family & Friends Ravi Shankar Electric and acoustic guitars, and autoharp (under the pseudonym Hari Georgeson); album produced by Harrison[109]
1974 I've Got My Own Album to Do Ronnie Wood Slide guitar and backing vocals on "Far East Man"[110]
1975 It's My Pleasure Billy Preston Electric guitar on "That's Life" (under the pseudonym Hari Georgeson)[111]
1975 Hard Times Peter Skellern Slide guitar on "Make Love Not War"[112]
1975 Harder to Live Splinter Electric guitar on "Lonely Man" and "After Five Years" (under the pseudonym Hari Georgeson); "Lonely Man" co-produced by Harrison[112]
1975 "The Lumberjack Song" Monty Python A-side produced by Harrison[113]
1975 New York Connection Tom Scott Slide guitar on "Appolonia (Foxtrata)"[114]
1976 Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India Ravi Shankar Album produced by Harrison[88]
1976 Cross Words Larry Hosford Dobro on "Direct Me", backing vocals on "Wishing I Could"[115]
1977 Two Man Band Splinter Electric and acoustic guitars on "Round and Round" and "Motions of Love"[116]
1978 Along the Red Ledge Hall & Oates Slide guitar on "The Last Time"[117]
1979 "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" Monty Python Backing vocals; A-side remixed by Harrison[117]
1981 The Visitor Mick Fleetwood Slide and acoustic guitars and backing vocals on "Walk a Thin Line"[117]
1981 Stop and Smell the Roses Ringo Starr Slide, electric and acoustic guitars, and backing vocals; "Wrack My Brain" and "You Belong to Me" produced by Harrison[118]
1982 Lead Me to the Water Gary Brooker Slide guitar on "Mineral Man"[119]
1985 Water soundtrack Mike Moran Electric guitar[120]
1986 Blind Faith (reissue) Blind Faith Electric guitar on "Exchange and Mart"[121]
1986 Detroit Diesel Alvin Lee Slide guitar on "Talk Don't Bother Me"[122]
1986 The Hunting of the Snark Mike Batt Slide guitar and backing vocals on "Children of the Sky"[123]
1987 His Twangy Guitar and the Rebels Duane Eddy Slide guitar[61] on "The Trembler", "Theme for Something Really Important" and "Rockabilly Holiday";[124] "The Trembler" and "Theme for Something Really Important" co-produced by Harrison[125]
1987 Tana Mana The Ravi Shankar Project Vocals on "Tana Mana",[126] autoharp on "Friar Park"[127] and synthesizer[128]
1988 Love's a State of Mind Sylvia Griffin Slide guitar on "Love's a State of Mind"[129]
1988 Who I Am Gary Wright Slide guitar on "(I Don't Wanna) Hold Back"[130]
1988 Some Come Running Jim Capaldi Slide and electric guitars[117]
1989 Mystery Girl Roy Orbison Acoustic guitar on "A Love So Beautiful"[61]
1989 Full Moon Fever Tom Petty Acoustic guitar and backing vocals on "I Won't Back Down"[61]
1989 "Callin' Out My Name" Del Shannon Backing vocals on "Hot Love"[131]
1989 Runaway Horses Belinda Carlisle Slide guitar on "Leave a Light On", six-string bass and twelve-string guitars on "Deep Deep Ocean"[132]
1989 Journeyman Eric Clapton Slide guitar and backing vocals on "Run So Far"[61]
1990 About Love and Life Vicki Brown Slide guitar on "Lu Le La"[133]
1990 Still Got the Blues Gary Moore Slide guitar and vocals on "That Kind of Woman"[134]
1990 Hell to Pay Jeff Healey Band Acoustic guitar and backing vocals on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"[61]
1990 Work It Out Jim Horn Slide guitar on "Take Away the Sadness"[135]
1990 Armchair Theatre Jeff Lynne Slide guitar, acoustic guitar and backing vocals on "Every Little Thing", "Lift Me Up",[61] "September Song" and "Stormy Weather"[135]
1990 Nobody's Child: Romanian Angel Appeal Paul Simon Acoustic guitar and vocals on "Homeward Bound"[61]
1990 Nobody's Child: Romanian Angel Appeal Eric Clapton Electric guitar and backing vocals on "That Kind of Woman"[134]
1990 Under the Red Sky Bob Dylan Slide guitar on "Under the Red Sky"[61]
1991 The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 Bob Dylan Slide guitar on "If Not For You" (unreleased version from New Morning sessions)[61]
1992 Growing Up in Public Jimmy Nail Slide guitar on "Real Love"[61]
1992 Zoom Alvin Lee Slide guitar on "Real Life Blues"[136]
1993 Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, Eric Clapton et al. Acoustic guitar and vocals on "My Back Pages" and "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"[61]
1994 Nineteen Ninety-Four Alvin Lee Slide guitar on "The Bluest Blues" and "I Want You (She's So Heavy)"[137]
1995 First Signs of Life Gary Wright Backing vocals on "Don't Try to Own Me"[138]
1996 Ravi Shankar: In Celebration Ravi Shankar Compilation produced by Harrison;[88] also includes previously unreleased tracks that Harrison produced[139]
1996 Go Cat Go! Carl Perkins Slide and acoustic guitars, piano, synthesizer, bass and backing vocals; "Distance Makes No Difference with Love" produced by Harrison[61]
1997 Chants of India Ravi Shankar Acoustic guitar, bass, autoharp, vibraphone, glockenspiel and backing vocals; album produced by Harrison[61]
1998 Vertical Man Ringo Starr Slide guitar on "King of Broken Hearts", slide and electric guitar on "I'll Be Fine Anywhere"[140]
1999 "In the First Place" The Remo Four Backing vocals;[141] A- and B-sides produced by Harrison in 1967, during sessions for Wonderwall Music[142]
2000 How Far Have You Come? Rubyhorse Slide guitar on "Punchdrunk"[61]
2001 Zoom Electric Light Orchestra Slide guitar on "A Long Time Gone" and "All She Wanted"[61]
2001 Double Bill Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings Slide guitar[143] on "Love Letters"[61]
2001 Living on the Outside Jim Capaldi Slide guitar on "Anna Julia"[144]
2001 Small World, Big Band Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra Vocals on "Horse to the Water" (Harrison's final recording)[145]
2006 "This Guitar (Can't Keep from Crying)" Platinum Weird Vocals (recorded with David A. Stewart some time prior to Harrison's death)[146]
2010 Connected (Deluxe Digital Edition) Gary Wright Guitar on "Never Give Up" (recorded in 1989)[147]
2011 Dear Mr. Fantasy: The Jim Capaldi Story Jim Capaldi Vocals on "Love's Got a Hold of Me"[148]
2013 The Bootleg Series Vol. 10 – Another Self Portrait (1969–1971) Bob Dylan Acoustic guitar and vocals on "Time Passes Slowly #1" and electric guitar on "Working on a Guru" (unreleased recordings from the New Morning sessions)[149]

See also[edit]

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