[Sabotage Times] - Lennon, as most are forced to reluctantly acknowledge, could barely play guitar at all and George Harrison's most elevated B*atles moment arrived courtesy of Clapton's sublime solo on When My Guitar Gently Weeps. As surely it must've done
[Look To The Stars] - In addition to this honor, Scorsese's film “Hugo” is nominated for 11 Critics' Choice Awards and he directed the Best Documentary Feature nominee “George Harrison: Living in the Material World.” Hosts for the star-studded awards gala will be comedians
[The Guardian] - He had abortive discussions with George Harrison about collaborations, but toured with blues veteran Alexis Korner and played on Sandy Denny's final album, Rendezvous (1977). His most lucrative project was with the actor Murray Head, star of Hair and
[The Guardian] in Paris Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Rise of the Planet of the Apes Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Super 8 Transformers: Dark of the Moon War Horse X-Men: First Class George Harrison: Living in
My idea in "My Sweet Lord," because it sounded like a "pop song," was to sneak up on them a bit. The point was to have the people not offended by "Hallelujah," and by the time it gets to "Hare Krishna," they're already hooked, and their foot's tapping, and they're already singing along "Hallelujah," to kind of lull them into a sense of false security. And then suddenly it turns into "Hare Krishna," and they will all be singing that before they know what's happened, and they will think, "Hey, I thought I wasn't supposed to like Hare Krishna!" - Interview with Mukunda Goswami (4 September 1982)
[The Platform] - To commemorate those who lost their lives, and to support the many struggling survivors, George Harrison, along with numerous other renowned artists, hosted a charitable Concert for Bangladesh in August The new Bangladesh, since 1971
[Lick Library News] - The album was originally a gift given to Dr.Jules Gordon by George Harrison in February The album has remained in the Gordon family ever since & is currently owned by Dr. Gordon's son, Jeffery Gordon.
[Gizmodo UK] - Bachman listened to each of the tracks played back one at a time to reveal the underlying root chord played by George Harrison. Listen for yourself. He nailed it, right? Beautiful. [Reddit via John C. Abell] medium_ e3b8a2fee98d5cc1e b59.
by DOuG pRATt The credits for “Brother” include many familiar names — George Harrison, Klaus Voorman, Ringo Starr, Jim Gordon (drums), Phil McDonald (engineer), and Clive Arrowsmith (photos). Tonight, Lon Van Eaton will be appearing in his home state ...