Thursday, July 06, 2017

"Devil in her heart": A rare George Harrison lead vocal from the early days!





George Harrison joined The Beatles because John & Paul needed a strong lead guitarist.

In the early days, George was always in the background.  He got the nickname of the Quiet Beatle.

He sang background vocals.  Once in a while, George sang "lead".

One of those examples was "Devil in her heart", a tune made popular by US groups.

In the US, the song was released on "Second album", an LP thrown together from early songs recorded in the UK in 1963.

I love the way that John & Paul back up George's vocals.  Also, George does a wonderful job on the guitar.

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