News - 06 Mar 2017

Olivia Harrison Speaks To Rolling Stone About I Me Mine

Olivia Harrison was interviewed about I Me Mine The Extended Edition, on the eve of the trade book launch, held on anniversary of George Harrison's birthday. The launch took place at Subliminal Projects, the gallery of artist Shepard Fairey, whose George Harrison portrait was used on the front cover.

She spoke of gathering lyrics for the new books, and the discoveries she made whilst doing so.

'The lyrics were all over the house... It was pretty much a revelation. There would be spiral-bound notebooks. Some of them would go back to the Sixties. Others would be around the [Traveling] Wilburys time. Some were in the Eighties.'

Olivia continued, speaking of the original 1980 I Me Mine: 'Some of the fondest memories of my life were those years when they were putting the book together... It made George really think about his songs.'

To read the full Rolling Stone article, click here.

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