A huge reissue of all of George Harrison's Apple albums is out this week. "George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75" contains six albums, remastered with bonus tracks.
In the set, the first-ever digital reissue of "Electronic Sounds" and the first-ever album by a solo Beatle, the soundtrack of "Wonderwall." Click the pic for the bonus track "This Guitar" featuring Dhani Harrison and
Ringo Starr, and be listening for your chance to win the entire collection.
The Beatles have released a new four-track EP free on iTunes, featuring a track from each band member's solo catalog. It's called "4" and features each Beatle at a different point in time after the breakup. John's "Love" opens
the EP, which includes Paul and Wings' "Call Me Back Again," a deep track from "Venus and Mars," George's "Let It Down" from "All Things Must Pass," and Ringo's recent homage, "Walk With Me." The release came as
a surprise to many fans, and apparently will be availble indefinitely as a free download.
Ringo Starr has been named GQ Magazine's "Humanitarian of the Year." He is being honored for his work on behalf of the David Lynch Foundation, which promotes meditative healing. Ringo appeared with Paul McCartney at a benefit
concert for the foundation a few years ago, and is helping raise money for it this year by lending his name to a fall/winter men's fashion line by John Varvatos. Ringo's All-Starr Band will be back out on the road next