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Being sued didn’t seem to spoil the breath of fresh air George received by moving to his own record company. In response to the court case, George wrote “This Song” which resulted in a hit that surely patched a few financial holes left by royalty payments! The title of this album refers to George’s age at the time of its release, and of course the speed at which the record spins on a turntable.

In addition to his own songs listed below, George recorded the Cole Porter tune “True Love” which follows “It’s What You Value” on the second side.

1

“Woman Don’t You Cry for Me”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

2

“Dear One”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

3

“Beautiful Girl”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

4

“This Song”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:15 November 1976 (in US on A-side with “Learning How to Love You” on B-side)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

5

“See Yourself”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

6

“It’s What You Value”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

7

“Pure Smokey”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

8

“Crackerbox Palace”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:19 November 1976 (in UK on Thirty Three & ⅓)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

9

“Learning How to Love You”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:13 September 1976
Released:15 November 1976 (in US on B-side with “This Song” on A-side)
Best digital version:Thirty Three & ⅓ (2004)| Amazon Link

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Have you found a mistake, or do you know more about this era than I do? I greatly appreciate any corrections that are sent to adam@minnesota-slim.net. Thanks!