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‘George Harrison: Living in the Material World’ Available Now on Home Video, Multi-Touch Book & Companion Album

Martin Scorsese Documentary Released in North America on DVD, Blu-ray, Digital and Deluxe Box Set 

The critically-acclaimed Martin Scorsese documentary, George Harrison: Living in the Material World, which premiered on HBO last October, is available on home video May 1. The film is offered in four editions: 2-DVD set, Blu-ray, Digital, and a Deluxe Edition box set that will include the DVD, Blu-ray, a 96-page book of photography, plus the 10-track CD EARLY TAKES Volume 1 of previously unreleased music.

Amazon: 2-DVD | Blu-ray | Deluxe Box Set
iTunes: Digital

 

 

 

Multi-Touch edition of book for iPad

George Harrison: Living in the Material World is now available in a Multi-Touch edition that  brings the book alive with audio from Harrison himself, as well as from Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and others. Available exclusively on the iBookstore, this elegant, fully immersive book also includes image galleries and videos from both the Scorsese film and the Harrison archive, giving readers an unparalleled reading experience on iPad. Watch the trailer

iBookstore / iTunes: Multi-Touch version
Amazon: Hardcover Book

 

 

 

 

George Harrison: EARLY TAKES Volume 1 on CD, Vinyl and Digital

EARLY TAKES Volume 1, a musical companion piece to the George Harrison documentary, features 10 previously unreleased recordings from Harrison, including early takes of “I’d Have You Anytime” and “Awaiting On You All,” plus unheard demo versions of “Behind That Locked Door,” “All Things Must Pass,” “Run of the Mill” and “My Sweet Lord,” all later featured on Harrison’s 1970 chart-topping album All Things Must Pass. Other unreleased tracks include demos of Bob Dylan’s “Mama You’ve Been on My Mind,” and an early take of “Woman Don’t You Cry For Me.”

Early Takes is out May 1 in CD, Vinyl LP, and in Digital formats, including Optimised for iTunes and HD Audio.

iTunes: Digital
Amazon: CD | Vinyl LP


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