Early Takes Volume 1 - George Harrison Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: George Harrison / Vinyl released 2012-04-30 at Commercial Marketing
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George Harrison Early Takes Volume 1 [VINYL]
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The Best Of George Harrison - George HarrisonEssential Harrison? Not quite, but not far off (1119 words)
by JOHNDMR - written on 24/01/02, updated on 24/01/02 (Very useful, 159 readings)
This compilation was put – or thrown – together in 1976, shortly after George Harrison’s EMI contract had expired and he left to record on his own label, Dark Horse, which was never part of the EMI stable (excuse pun). With George back at No. 1 in the singles chart, albeit for the saddest of reasons, now seems an appropriate time to look at it in detail. It’s evident that the artist himself had nothing to do with assembling it. Of the 13 tracks, 7 are by the Beatles, albeit George’s own compositions. In other words, side one, if you have the original vinyl release (to which the CD corresponds exactly). Only 6 are from his post-Fab ...
All Things Must Pass - George HarrisonAll Things Pass, But This Still Remains A Great Album (620 words)
by gta - written on 24/07/00, updated on 05/10/00 (Very useful, 339 readings)
This is one of the best albums that G George Harrison has ever made. His debut album as a soloist (after the split with the Beatles) that outsold the debut albums of Lennon and McCartney put together, so before listening to it you know it must be good. The album is quite spiritually focused with the tracks My Sweet Lord, Hear Me Lord, etc. Harrison is always very religious on his albums, but does not let this take over. This is mainly because of his links with the Hare Krishna. It is a double album with a HUGE selection of songs that show Harrison's ability as a song writer and performer. The split from the Beatles allowed Harrison to produce songs of a better ...