George Harrison released twelve studio albums during his extensive solo career, the first six of which were put out on The Beatles’ Apple Records label. These albums, a few of which have been out of print, are newly remastered and will be released on September 23 individually and as a box set entitled The Apple Years 1968-1975.
This eight-disc box set will include essays, previously unpublished photos, bonus tracks, and a foreword by Harrison’s son Dhani. Also included is a DVD comprised of previously unreleased live footage and a short film by Harrison’s wife Olivia.
The Apple Years 1968-1975 features 1968′s Wonderwall Music, 1969′s Electronic Sound, 1970′s All Things Must Pass, 1973′s Living in the Material World, 1974′s Dark Horse and 1975′s Extra Texture, all of which have been remastered using the original analog tapes.