Today would have been George Harrison's 74th birthday and his estate has a gift for you - a new box set.
The Vinyl Collection contains the 13 albums he released between 1968 and 2002, along with two 12-inch single picture discs of "When We Was Fab" and "Got My Mind Set on You," and an extended edition of his 1980 book, I Me Mine, which now covers his entire career.
All the discs were remastered from the original analog master tapes, and each one will be available separately, with All Things Must Pass as a limited-edition title.
If you don't have a turntable, fear not. Also available is the George Harrison Essential 3 turntable, which is limited to 2,500 units worldwide.
George Harrison said this about his solo recording career between 1970's All Things Must Pass and 1982's Gone Troppo, and then breaking for five years before recording 1989's Cloud Nine.
"Most of the records I made since the production of Phil Spector on All Things Must Pass, with the exception of one album that had no title [George Harrison] I co-produced with Russ Titleman, but all the rest I tended to write the songs, arrange them myself, produce them, perform them and mix them. And I found that I was getting a bit bogged down by the end of it. I was just really tired of that. And so I thought well I'm just gonna have a rest because I'm not really enjoying it at this particular time."