George Harrison’s anonymous song and a number of previously unpublished Beatles images will be auctioned in mid-September in Great Britain.
Harrison wrote the Hello Miss Mary Bee song so far unknown to a good friend named in the title. The number is on a tape recorder that includes an alternative recording of some of the Beatles’ songs.
Hello Miss Bee was born in 1968. The song with Indian influences was then made when he made the first solo record of Harrison Wonderwall Music – read the auction house’s website.
The number is expected to be 10 to 20,000 pounds (3-6 million forints), according to the preliminary estimate of the Omega Auction House’s auction of Beatles on September 11 at Warrington, Cheshire.
There are some letters to the song that the musician Miss Beenek wrote from India, where he traveled with his wife Patty Boyd.
The auction can be auctioned for 70 previously unpublished Beatles photos, which were made in 1967 directly before the death of Brian Epstein manager.