How Many Songs Did George Harrison Sing With The Beatles?
George Harrison, the “Quiet Beatle” released twelve studio albums, which doesn’t include collaborations with other artists, or the two Traveling Wilburys albums. He recorded far more songs as a solo artist that as a member of The Beatles. But today’s question is: How many Beatles recordings – and which ones – featured George Harrison on lead vocals?
More then you think.
The answer is: Chains, Do You Want To Know A Secret, Don’t Bother Me, Devil In Her Heart, Roll Over Beethovheen, I’m Happy Just To Dance With You, Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby, You Like Me Too Much, Think For Yourself, I Need You, If I Needed Someone, Taxman, Love You To, I Want To Tell You, Within You Without You, Blue Jay Way, The Inner Light, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Piggies, Long Long Long, Savoy Truffle, Only A Northern Song, It’s All Too Much, Old Brown Shoe, Something, Here Comes The Sun, I Me Mine, and For You Blue, for a total of 28 songs with The Beatles.
And now listen to George Harrison singing lead vocals on this version of the Beatles ‘Get Back’, originally sung by Paul McCartney.