By People Staff
Updated March 01, 1999 12:00 AM
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A never-before-released 1967 George Harrison track is being dusted off for its commercial debut, Variety reports. British director Joe Massot stumbled on “In the First Place” while piecing together a new audio track for his 1968 cult film “Wonderwall,” which features the only score ever composed by Harrison. (That picture also inspired Brit rock group Oasis’ breakthrough hit of the same name.) Massot initially thought he was just doing routine cleaning of the film in preparation for its U.S. premiere June 26 in Los Angeles, but while rifling through the old soundtrack tapes Massot came upon the new tune, which the former Beatle had recorded with backup band Remo Four.