The Best of Dark Horse Records: 1974-1977 LP
George Harrison’s passion for introducing the world to new music expressed itself in May of 1974 when he created his own new label – DARK HORSE RECORDS. The label contained a variety of talented artists on its roster, including George himself. The Best of Dark Horse Records: 1974-1977 is a curated selection exclusive to RSD Black Friday of the artists discovered, and in some cases produced, by George Harrison, including tracks by Ravi Shankar, Stairsteps (formerly knowns as The Five Stairsteps), Keni Burke, Splinter, Jiva, Attitudes (featuring Jim Keltner, David Foster, Danny Kortchmar and Paul Stallworth), and Henry McCullough (Wings and Joe Cocker’s Grease Band).
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- Number of discs: 1
- Limited edition of: 2150
- Label: Dark Horse Records
- Mono/Stereo: Stereo
- Catalog Number: DHO806953.1