The always as "the quiet Beatle" George Harrison is called and remains seemingly forever, the roughly underrated member of the Fab Four. How else can one explain the fact that he was just 8 years after his death, received a star on the "Walk Of Fame" in Hollywood (it being noted that it did not take long less with John Lennon, 1980-1988) . He was the first Beatle with massive global solo successes (single "My Sweet Lord," album "All Things Must Pass"), he initiated the first benefit concert of pop history (the "Concert For Bangla Desh" at New York's Madison Square Garden, 1971), he was the first own label (Dark Horse - McCartney was once away from Apple, but released his solo records on EMI). The fact that he introduced with the Sitar Indian music colors in pop music, thus laying a world music foundation, great songs wrote, the sound of the Beatles with his solos and his guitar sound decisively shaped, the British film industry saved in the 70s almost single-handedly (for B. later called by various Monty Python stripes), with the Traveling Wilburys an absolute and offensichtich functioning supergroup into life, I only mention. The two label-phase of his solo career, Apple (EMI) to 1975, Dark Horse (WB) ran from 1976, has always separated, for both were separate Best Of compilations before. Only with the reissue of album "Let It Roll - The Songs Of George Harrison« there is finally the label-spanning collection of the best material from George Harrison. Compiled from his wife Olivia and digitally remastered by Giles Martin at London's Abbey Road Studios offers this coupling a wonderful discography section, the fixed points "All Things Must Pass," the phenomenal debut from 1970, with five songs and the last two albums "Cloud 9" (1987) and "Brainwashed" (2002) with a total of 5 songs are. In addition to other individual pieces from his solo albums here are three of his great Beatles numbers in the live version from the "Bangla Desh" concert include ('While My Guitar Gently Weeps, "" Something "and" Here Comes The Sun " ) and two hard-to-find soundtrack songs written with Tom Petty number "Cheer Down" from "Lethal Weapon II" and the Dylan composition "I Do not Want To Do It" from "Porky's Revenge". The product in the Special packaging, also designed by Olivia Harrison, also includes a 28-page booklet with new liner notes and rare, partly unpublished photos.