The music video for “When We Was Fab” by George Harrison is considered to be one of the most visually stunning and creative music videos of all time. The video, which was released in 1988, follows Harrison as he visits various locations around the world and reflects on his life and career. During the video, Harrison’s lyrics are interspersed with archival footage of him and The Beatles. From the time he first joined the band up to their later years in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the video provides an intimate look at the impact that the band had on popular culture.
The video also features clips of Harrison’s solo career, which included the hits “My Sweet Lord” and “All Those Years Ago”. These clips are interspersed with footage of Harrison visiting places such as the Taj Mahal and the Red Square in Moscow. The video culminates with a scene of Harrison at the Taj Mahal, symbolizing his connection to The Beatles and his solo career. The video was directed by Godley & Creme and featured an instrumental version of the song, as well as a vocal version sung by Harrison himself.