Martin Scorsese's George Harrison documentary, Living In The Material World was released today.The documentary, which originally aired on HBO last month includes interviews with Harrison's family, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Martin, Eric Clapton, first wife Pattie Boyd, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector, and his Traveling Wilbury mates Tom Petty, and Jeff Lynne.
Today's also the 42-years-anniversary of George Harrison kicking off sessions for his first post-Beatles album, All Things Must Pass with producer Phil Spector. It was recorded at London's Abbey Road Studios and contained some of Harrison's best solo material including "My Sweet Lord" and "What is Life" and is credited as rock's first Triple Album set.

Here's Jeff Lynne talking about having the opportunity to produce George Harrison's 1988 solo album "When We Was Fab."

The DVD set also includes a 10 track CD of early demos from the "All Things Must Pass" CD. Check out this Video for a look at Harrison classic "What is Life", and his feeling on Eric Clapton stealing his wife, the famous Layla. And if you forgot how amazing the first Travelling Wilburys Album was listen to "End of the Line".