George Harrison's widow and son, Olivia and Dhani Harrison revealed that they are looking closely at the late-Beatle's outtakes. Over the years, to the chagrin of fans, the Harrison estate has barely released anything from George's supposed voluminous archival collection — with only 2002's posthumous Brainwashed set and 2012 Early Takes: Volume 1 collection dipping into the Friar Park vault.
Dhani Harrison, who's just resurrected his father's Dark Horse Records imprint, told Rolling Stone, “We have people digging through mountains of tapes, and they keep coming. Boxes and boxes of them.”
Olivia Harrison touched upon the upcoming 50th anniversary of George's first post-Beatles solo set, the massive All Things Must Pass, hinting about the outtakes, revealing, “A lot of it has been bootlegged, but we have better versions. We have all the 24-tracks of All Things Must Pass, and we found lots of different takes and talking in the studio.”