To honor the release of “George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75,” a box set that features a major reissue of the former Beatle’s first six solo albums, Conan O’Brien has declared it to be George Harrison Week on “Conan.”

The week kicked off with Beck performing Harrison’s song “Wah-Wah” and then Wednesday (Sept. 24) Harrison’s son Dhani took to the stage to perform a cover of his father’s song “Let It Down.” Watch in the video above — it’s rather remarkable how much Dhani looks and sound like his father, who passed away in 2001 from lung cancer.

Below are the videos of Tuesday’s (Sept. 23) guest, the legendary Paul Simon, who was a friend of Harrison’s. He performed the classic “Here Comes the Sun” and then regales Conan with tales of hanging out with Harrison and jamming on his collection of ukuleles and also how the Beatles enjoyed pranking Ringo Starr.

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