George Harrison - The Best Of George Harrison FLAC album
George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Elton John, Jeff Lyne, Jools Holland & Mark King.
1999 Выжил после вооружённого нападения сумасшедшего.
2001 Умер 29 ноября 2001 года.
For casual fans (and the terribly uninformed), George Harrison was a second-tier member of the Beatles-a member whose contributions only . But too often these laudatory claims would all come all in reference to All Things Must Pass, Harrison’s historic triple album and first proper solo release, from 1970.
George Harrison is the eighth studio album by English musician George Harrison, released in February 1979. It was written and recorded through much of 1978, a period of domestic contentment for Harrison, during which he married Olivia Trinidad Arias and became a father for the first time, to son Dhani.
The discography of English singer-songwriter and ex-Beatle George Harrison consists of twelve studio albums, two live albums, four compilation albums, thirty-five singles, two video albums and four box sets (one of which is with Indian classical musician Ravi Shankar). Harrison's first solo releases – the Wonderwall Music film soundtrack (1968) and Electronic Sound (1969) – were almost entirely instrumental works, issued during the last two years of the Beatles' career.
When looking at "The Best of George Harrison", people naturally seem to fixate on two things: the inclusion of Beatles tracks, and the lack of Harrison's later solo material. Consequently, while this collection is far from ideal, it really doesn't get the appreciation it merits. Remember, first of all, that the album was originally released in 1976, and closed out Harrison's contract with EMI. For that reason, it may help to think of "The Best of George Harrison" as George Harrison's Contractual Obligation Album.
Listen free to George Harrison – The Best of George Harrison (Something, If I Needed Someone and more). The Best of George Harrison is the first compilation album of George Harrison's music and was released in 1976, following the expiration of his EMI contract. It was also released the same day as his Dark Horse Records debut Thirty Three & 1/3. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. The Best of George Harrison. Overview (current section).
George’s final studio album, his twelfth, was released in 2002, a year after he tragically passed away. We decided on, ‘Marwa Blues’, for one simple reason, it is the perfect homage to George’s exceptional guitar playing. Shortly before he passed away George contributed a guitar solo to Bill Wyman’s cover of Ketty Lester’s ‘Love Letters’ for a Rhythm Kings album. When he sent his solo back to the former Rolling Stone he said in a tongue in cheek note, It’s my one note solo – but George plays that sweet note better than anyone, as he proves on ‘Marwa Blues’. Looking back at the best George Harrison songs reminds us what a fine songwriter and a wonderful musician he truly was, but still get to celebrate his life through his amazing musical legacy.
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George Harrison's post-Beatles career went off with a bang. He released a celebrated triple album, played host to a huge all-star benefit concert then added a second No. 1 single before former bandmate John Lennon had even scored his first. After that, however, things became decidedly more uneven. Still, as this list of the best (and worst) songs from every George Harrison album shows, he left gems behind on even his most overlooked studio efforts. As his first solo decade went on, however, Harrison was slowed by professional and personal problems. Critics pounced on his third album, and his fourth emerged as a dark and tiresome misfire. Harrison rebounded, more than once, but fewer fans noticed. Thirty Three and 1/3, for instance, was unfairly dismissed.
The Best of George Harrison is a 1976 compilation album by English musician George Harrison, released following the expiration of his EMI-affiliated Apple Records contract. Uniquely among all of the four Beatles' solo releases, apart from posthumous compilations, it mixes a selection of the artist's songs recorded with the Beatles on one side, and later hits recorded under his own name on the other.
|A1||My Sweet Lord|
|A2||Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)|
|A6||What Is Life|
|B2||If I Needed Someone|
|B3||Here Comes The Sun|
|B5||Think For Yourself|
|B6||For You Blue|
|B7||While My Guitar Gently Weeps|
- Record Company – Peace Tapes Production
Notes1980 Peace Tapes Production.
Printed and recording [sic] in Syria
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