George Harrison – The Concert For Bangladesh

Ex-Beatle recruits Rock Royalty for good cause The 1960’s was a decadent, extremely hedonistic decade, where to be young was everything, and people all around the world were beginning to connect through the power of popular culture, just as many teenagers had done in the ‘50s, thanks to the advent of rock ‘n’ roll and… Read More George Harrison – The Concert For Bangladesh

George Harrison – Living In The Material World

After the glorious, transcendent high of All Things Must Pass, George Harrison’s follow up, 1973’s Living In The Material World was something of a let down. The album was essentially a collection of songs concerned with the reward of enlightenment and the spiritual insolvency that comes with materialism. Harrison himself described the difference in approach… Read More George Harrison – Living In The Material World

George Harrison – All Things Must Pass

George Harrison may have been “the quiet Beatle” but he was still one fourth of what was probably the most important band on the planet, whose contribution to the group, and popular music in general, cannot be underestimated. His use of the 12 string electric on the A Hard Day’s Night album, and subsequent movie… Read More George Harrison – All Things Must Pass