George Harrisongs
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Somewhere in England

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1

“Blood From a Clone”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

2

“Unconsciousness Rules”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

3

“Life Itself”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

4

“All Those Years Ago”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:11 May 1981 (in US on A-side with “Writing’s on the Wall” on B-side)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

5

“Teardrops”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

6

“That Which I Have Lost”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

7

“Writing’s on the Wall”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:11 May 1981 (in US on B-side with “All Those Years Ago” on A-side)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

8

“Save the World”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:February 1981
Released:05 June 1981 (Somewhere in England)
Best digital version:Somewhere in England (2004)| Amazon Link

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