George Harrison Works On New Album

Former Beatle's All Things Must Pass reissued Tuesday; new record might be out by fall.

With the Beatles still on top of the charts and his 1970 solo classic, All Things Must Pass, set for reissue Tuesday, George Harrison will continue his re-emergence into the public eye later this year with his first studio album in more than a decade.

Harrison is in a British studio working on the follow-up to 1987's Cloud Nine, according to his U.S. publicist. There's no title yet, but it's hoped the album will be out this fall, the publicist said.

All Things Must Pass will be re-released with a new version of the single "My Sweet Lord," as well as four bonus cuts, including the unreleased "I Live for You," alternate takes of "Beware of Darkness" and "Let It Down," and a rough mix of "What Is Life."

All Things Must Pass spent seven weeks at #1 on the Billboard albums chart — the same spot now owned by the Beatles' The Beatles 1, which features the Harrison-penned and -sung "Something," for the past six weeks.