Watch Spoon's Britt Daniel Cover "I Me Mine" In George Harrison Tribute

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Last September, Dhani Harrison and David Zonshine put together a concert at LA’s Fonda Theatre called George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison. They were able to pull together an impressive lineup of musicians to pay tribute to Dhani’s father: Brian Wilson, Brandon Flowers, Norah Jones, The Flaming Lips and a ton of other renowned artists took part. It’s nice to see such a wide-reaching gesture of respect and appreciation for the ex-Beatle who was always overshadowed by Paul McCartney.

The full concert recording will be released in various audio/video configurations on Feb. 26 via Hot Records and Vagrant Records. In the mean time, the George Fest folks have made a preview available in the form of Spoon’s Britt Daniel covering “I Me Mine.” Here’s the full track listing, with guests:

George Fest Tracklist
• Old Brown Shoe – Conan O’Brien
• I Me Mine – Britt Daniel (from Spoon)
• Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll) – Jonathan Bates feat. Dhani Harrison
• Something – Norah Jones
• Got My Mind Set On You – Brandon Flowers (from The Killers)
• If Not For You – Heartless Bastards
• Be Here Now – Ian Astbury (from The Cult)
• Wah-Wah – Nick Valensi (from The Strokes)
• If I Needed Someone Jamestown Revival
• Art of Dying – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
• Savoy Truffle – Dhani Harrison
• For You Blue – Chase Cohl featuring Brian Bell (From Weezer)
• Beware of Darkness – Ann Wilson (from Heart)
• Let It Down – Dhani Harrison
• Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) – Ben Harper
• Here Comes The Sun – Perry Farrell (from Jane’s Addiction)
• What Is Life – “Weird Al” Yankovic
• Behind That Locked Door – Norah Jones
• My Sweet Lord – Brian Wilson (from The Beach Boys)
• Isn’t It A Pity – The Black Ryder
• Any Road – Butch Walker
• I’d Have You Anytime – Karen Elson
• Taxman – Cold War Kids
• It’s All Too Much – The Flaming Lips
• Handle With Care – Brandon Flowers, Britt Daniel, Dhani Harrison, Jonathan Bates, Wayne Coyne, and “Weird Al” Yankovic
• All Things Must Pass – Ann Wilson, Dhani Harrison, Karen Elson and Norah Jones