It's What You Value
|"It's What You Value"|
|Single by George Harrison|
|from the album Thirty Three & 1/3|
|B-side||"Woman Don't You Cry for Me"|
|Released||31 May 1977|
|Producer(s)||George Harrison with Tom Scott|
|George Harrison singles chronology|
"It's What You Value" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released on his 1976 album Thirty Three & 1/3. As a single release in the United Kingdom, in May 1977, it was issued in a generic sleeve.
The lyrics in the song are in reference to Harrison paying drummer Jim Keltner with a Mercedes 450 SL, in lieu of financial payment, for playing on his 1974 Dark Horse Tour.
- George Harrison – vocals, electric guitar, cowbell, tambourine, backing vocals
- Tom Scott – saxophones
- Richard Tee – pianos
- Willie Weeks – bass
- Alvin Taylor – drums
- Emil Richards – marimba
- ^ George Harrison – It's What You Value
- ^ Rodriguez, Robert (March 15, 2010). Fab Four FAQ 2.0: The Beatles' Solo Years, 1970-1980. Backbeat Books. ISBN 9780879309688 – via Google Books.