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Electronic Sound

George Harrison

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"... a swirling journey through imagination and discovery, one that took Harrison as far as he’d ever venture outside of his pop song comfort zone."
- UltimateClassicRock.com

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Under The Mersey Wall
George Harrison
No Time Or Space
George Harrison
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    43:52
George Harrison's second solo album, released in 1969, is an adventurous sonic experiment divided into two lengthy album-side pieces. Performed on the Moog synthesizer, still in its infancy at the time, these two pieces were to a large extent improvised by Harrison in the studio. This reissue has been digitally remastered from the original analogue masters.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – G.H. Estate Limited Studio Masters

Remastering by Paul Hicks, Gavin Lurssen & Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering
Audio Restoration: Paul Hicks
Historical Notes: Kevin Howlett.
Art Layout: Darren Evans
Background Research: Matt Hurwitz
Special thanks to: Richard DiLello, Dhani Harrison, Brian Kehew, Barry Miles.

p.3. George using the Moog synthesiser with Mike Vickers, Abbey Road Studios, 1969. Photograph Mal Evans, ©Apple Corps Ltd;
p.8. From left to right: Paul McCartney, Tony Clark, Geoff Emerick, Ringo Starr, George Martin, Mike Vickers and George, Abbey Road Studios, 1969. Photograph Mal Evans, ©Apple Corps Ltd;
p.9. George’s notes for using the Moog synthesiser;
p.10. George’s Moog IIIP today.

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