BMG has announced a new catalogue recordings agreement bringing the acclaimed solo recorded works of George Harrison to Dark Horse Records/BMG together with his music publishing catalogue for the first time ever, under one roof, solely at BMG.
In celebration of Harrison’s 80th birthday, Dark Horse/BMG have also released his entire catalogue in Dolby Atmos surround sound exclusively on Apple Music.
Harrison’s recorded catalogue features 12 studio albums of solo works including his debut Wonderwall Music (soundtrack to the film Wonderwall), the US and UK chart-topping critically acclaimed, 7x Platinum-certified triple album All Things Must Pass featuring singles My Sweet Lord, What Is Life, Isn’t It A Pity, All Things Must Pass; and the US Number One Living In The Material World featuring the Number One single Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth), through the Platinum-certified Cloud Nine featuring his Number One charting cover of Got My Mind Set On You, to his final studio album Brainwashed featuring the Grammy award-winning Marwa Blues.
The catalogue also includes the live double album Live In Japan, featuring Eric Clapton; four compilations Let It Roll - Songs by George Harrison, Early Takes Vol 1, The Apple Years 1968-1975, and The Dark Horse Years 1976-1992.
In 2020, BMG announced it had entered into a multi-faceted global partnership with Dark Horse Records, which was founded by George Harrison in 1974 as a place for his solo work and a home for supporting other artists, and now led by Dhani Harrison and David Zonshine.
Previously in 2022, BMG announced it had entered into a global publishing agreement with the George Harrison Estate to administer the Harrisongs catalogue comprising more than 200 songs written with the Beatles, the Traveling Wilburys and Harrison’s solo career.