|4A||Everybody Will Be Happy|
|5A||In The Middle|
|2B||Something Worth Living For|
|3B||The Cool Of The Evening|
|4B||I'm So Happy|
|5B||Try Me One More Time|
Live in Japan is a live double album by English musician George Harrison, released in July 1992. The album was recorded during his Japanese tour backed by Eric Clapton in December 1991, and it contains a selection of Harrison's hits as a solo artist alongside some of his best-known Beatles songs
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Live in Japan" is George Harrison's second official live album release, coming after 1971's Grammy-winning "The Concert For Bangla Desh" and was released in 1992. Although unbeknown to anyone at the time, "Live in Japan" would prove to be Harrison's last solo release in his lifetime. In 1991, a year after releasing the final Traveling Wilburys album "Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3", Harrison was persuaded by close friend Eric Clapton to come out on tour with him in Japan
During December 1991, George Harrison performed with Eric Clapton, which produced Live In Japan, an uplifting & joyous celebration of George’s career. The following year George played his Concert For Bangladesh, and in 1974 George toured North America on what was billed The Dark Horse Tour, which heralded the launch of his record label and album of the same name. The tour was unfairly received by the critics – a reaction that hurt George, as this was not how the majority of his fans felt. It would be another 17 years until George staged another tour. When he did, it was a with series of dates in Japan, during December 1991, with Eric Clapton and his band
Live in Japan is George Harrison's second official live album release, coming after 1971's Grammy-winning The Concert for Bangladesh and was released in 1992. Although unbeknown to anyone at the time, Live in Japan would prove to be Harrison's last solo release in his lifetime. Released 13 July 1992 Recorded 1 - 17 December 1991.