One year after a boxed set of his Dark Horse output, the DVD included in that collection is available individually. For fans of the "quiet Beatle," it is precious.

One year after a boxed set of his Dark Horse output, the DVD included in that collection is available individually. For fans of the "quiet Beatle," it is precious. The intensely private George Harrison revealed little of himself outside of his recordings, and apart from the promotion of his stellar 1987 set, "Cloud Nine," film of his post-Beatles career is scarce. "I've always felt that if I'm me and I make this kind of music," the artist says in a "Cloud Nine"-era interview included here, "it's wrong if I should try to fashion my songs and my music to fit a market." Harrison's substance-over-style affirmation, voiced in the era of MTV's ascendancy, is in full view on 1970s videos "Crackerbox Palace" and "This Song," both presented with the irreverent humor of his friends in the Monty Python troupe. Also included are four performances from a Japanese tour with Eric Clapton and his band and a photo- and text-rich booklet.—CW