this album was in production when his bandmate was murdered. he wrote a top 40 single, all those years ago, as a eulogy. it went to #2, can't remember what prevented it from reaching #1--hope it wasn't Michael Jackson, or janet. the good songs on this cd are unconsciousness rules, life itself, blood from a clone, writing's on the wall (which has a message to the widow Lennon, in the lyrics). Baltimore oriole is a cover song, George does this well. there's one other jazz cover here, listen to hear if you can pick it out from George's songs. the album doesn't measure up to his best, but it's still durn good.
The original songs on SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND are sappy, cranky, and tuneless. And why resurrect Hoagy Carmichael's vaguely racist "Hong Kong Blues"? An atrocious record with the exception of "All Those Years Ago" -- Harrison's best single in years, a tribute to his late bandmate John Lennon. Find it on any Harrison "best of" and don't bother with SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND.
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