George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 1 is the first in-depth illustrated critical review of a remarkable musician, songwriter, producer and star. It maps his career from 1968 to in 1979. It places his songs in their historical, cultural and, crucially, spiritual context, and maps his stylistic developments, which saw him reject Phil Spector's turgid Wall of Sound in favour of something more anodyne and modest. It traces his creative highs and lows and reveals the stories behind the songs of one of modern music's giants. Packed with information for collectors, George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 1 includes release dates, catalogue numbers, information about recording personnel, recording studios and UK and US label variations. It's packed with hundreds of colour illustrations including, album sleeves, picture sleeves, promotional records, trade advertisements and more.