Thank you Basil!
That is what surfaces from US RIAA certifications.
But, as you know, many of them are very very old.
Personally, starting from the most successful Harrison albums, I guesstimate worldwide sales as follows:
- All Things Must Pass 6 million copies;
- The Concert For Bangla Desh: 4,5 million copies;
- Living In The Material World: 3,5 million copies.
These three albums have been very successful worldwide. In my opinion, The Concert For Bangla Desh could have sold at least 2 million copies in the US (in was No. 2 for 6 weeks) and US sales for Living In The Material World could be very near to 1 million copies (it was No. 1 for 5 weeks in the summer of 1973).
About "Cloud Nine", which was Harrison's comeback album in 1987 and also was very successful, I estimate worldwide sales of 3 million copies.
Do you agree with me or you think these quantities are too high?