George Harrison is set to feature posthumously on Eric Clapton’s forthcoming new album ‘I Still Do’.
The late Beatle’s vocals and guitar feature on the track ‘I Will Be There’ as Angelo Mysterioso, which was a pseudonym he previously used on Clapton’s supergroup Cream’s ‘Goodbye’ album.
The LP, which was produced by Glyn Jones who previously worked with Clapton on his 1978 album ‘Backless’, is due out on May 20 via Clapton’s own Bushbranch imprint, in association with Surfdog Records.
Sir Peter Blake, whose previous art includes the co-design of The Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ album sleeve, as well as the Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas? has worked on the artwork for the record, which he has personally signed.
The tracklisting for ‘I Still Do’:
‘Alabama Woman Blues’
‘Can’t Let You Do It’
‘I Will Be There’
‘Catch The Blues’
‘Little Man, You’ve Had a Busy Day’
‘Stones In My Passway’
‘I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine’
‘I’ll Be Alright’
‘I’ll Be Seeing You’
Earlier this week, Harrison’s former bandmate Paul McCartney was refused entry into rapper Tyga’s Grammy after-party.
McCartney was caught on camera alongside Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on Monday night as they attempted to get into the party. The TMZ footage was filmed outside Argyle in Hollywood and shows McCartney being told they were not allowed inside on two occasions.
Tyga explained that it wasn’t his party, stating that he was simply paid to perform there. He also said that if he’d known that McCartney was out there, he would’ve gone outside with the microphone and brought McCartney up to perform with him.