Bucks Music Group are proud to announce our representation of the Estate of George Harrison for the UK & EIRE via our friends at the Bicycle Music Group.

The legendary Harrisongs and Umlaut catalogues covers George Harrison’s deep well of classic songs from The Beatles’ White Album, Abbey Road and Let It Be, including evergreens such as “ While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, “Here Comes The Sun” and “Something”, and Harrison’s array of solo works beginning with his monumental triple record set, All Things Must Pass (1970), which topped the charts and featured songs like “What Is Life”, “I’d Have You Anytime”,  “Isn’t It A Pity” and the first number one song by a former Beatle, “My Sweet Lord”.

Throughout the next few decades Harrison released nine chart-topping solo albums from Living In The Material World (1973) through to Brainwashed (2002), with a string of hit singles including “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)”, “Crackerbox Palace”, “Blow Away”, “When We Was Fab” and “All Those Years Ago”.

Also included are Harrison’s contributions to The Traveling Wilburys, the unassuming yet undeniable super-band he formed in 1987 with Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne, who collectively released two albums full of much loved songs like “End of the Line” and “Handle With Care”.

Spanning over 400 songs, the catalogues also songs by Ravi Shankar, scores to various films produced by Harrison’s HandMade Films and the works of multi-instrumentalist and composer Dhani Harrison.

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