Live in Japan
George Harrison didn't play live too often, but you wouldn't know that from listening to this superb 1991 concert recording. George grabbed his old frenemy Eric Clapton and put together a group of musicians who sound like a real band -- loose and energetic. George mixes in a number of his Beatles classics (including the lacerating oddity "Piggies") with a fair amount of hits from his solo catalog. While Harrison's solo career was spottier than John or Paul's, he still came up with the best live set. As a bonus, George's voice is actually stronger here than it is on some of his studio albums.