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Released in November 1968, George Harrison's Wonderwall Music was the first solo album released by a member of The Beatles and the first LP to be released by Apple Records. The soundtrack music for director Joe Massot's debut feature-length film, Wonderwall, the predominantly instrumental album is an intricate, vibrant tapestry of Western rock music and compositions in an Indian classical style. In 1992, George recalled, 'I decided to do it as a mini-anthology of Indian music, because I wanted to help turn the public on to Indian music.' Three bonus tracks have been added to the remastered album: 'In The First Place' by Liverpool group The Remo Four, who played the rock elements of the recording sessions, a previously unreleased alternate take of 'The Inner Light,' and the previously unreleased 'Almost Shankara,' a raga that was not used in the film or for the soundtrack LP. The booklet also includes a new essay of appreciation by the acclaimed musician, producer and composer Nitin Sawney and newly written historical notes by Kevin Howlett.
1. Microbes 2. Red Lady Too 3. Tabla And Pakavaj 4. In The Park 5. Drilling A Home 6. Guru Vandana 7. Greasy Legs 8. Ski-ing 9. Gat Kirwani 10. Dream Scene 11. Party Seacombe 12. Love Scene 13. Crying 14. Cowboy Music 15. Fantasy Sequins 16. On The Bed 17. Glass Box 18. Wonderwall To Be Here 19. Singing Om 20. In The First Place 21. Almost Shankara 22. The Inner Light