Thursday, July 06, 2017

Remembering George Harrison (1943-2001)






It's hard to believe but George Harrison died November 2001.  George died of cancer and ill for a couple of years.

George met Paul and John when they were teenagers.  Later on, he was known as the "quiet" Beatle.  George was always in the background because of the Lennon-McCartney songwriting machine.

George did contribute "Something", "While my guitar gently weeps", "Here comes the sun" and "Taxman" to the group's albums.

However, his biggest contribution to the group was playing a marvelous lead guitar on the group's hits.  Check out "Day Tripper":

After the Beatles, George recorded a few solo albums.   He had limited success but did record a few big hits like "My sweet Lord", "All those years ago" and "When we was fab".



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