U.S. cable music channel VH1 says they had previously aired a George Harrison song that a British shop put on its Web site, believing it to be unreleased.
A Beatles memorabilia shop in Liverpool, the birthplace of the world’s most famous band, said it believed “If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going” to be the last public recording by Harrison, who died of cancer last week aged 58.
“We played the song in our George Harrison tribute stuff since he died. It was not included in the original show in 1997,” said VH1 historian Bill Flanagan.
VH1 said Harrison recorded the song in 1997 during a visit to a VH1 studio in the United States with Indian musician Ravi Shankar and his wife.