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LUNG
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BOB DYLAN
SLIDE GUITAR
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ERIC CLAPTON
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Definitions

  1. George Harrison is a vegetarian musician of Beatles, lead guitarist.
  2. George Harrison (February 24, 1943 - November 29, 2001) was a popular British songwriter and musician, best known as a member of The Beatles.
  3. George Harrison (born April 9, 1939) is an American swimmer and olympic champion.
  4. George Harrison (born 1931) was a popular British singer of the 20th century, performing under the name of Clinton Ford.
  5. George Harrison is a community of Care2.com.

Career

  1. The career and legacy of George Harrison were the featured cover story for the 10 December 2001, issue of Time magazine.

Project

  1. George Harrison (a long time friend of Idle's) was involved in the project from almost the beginning.

Traveling Wilburys

  1. Traveling Wilburys: Volume 1 (1988) In 1988, George Harrison started work on a new album with producer Jeff Lynne in Bob Dylan's garage.

Young Guitarist George Harrison

  1. In 1958 the young guitarist George Harrison joined the group, which played under a variety of names.

Young George Harrison

  1. Griffiths left the group in 1958 when the young George Harrison supplanted him as principal guitarist.

Dennis Tarczynski

  1. In 1991, George Harrison and Dennis Tarczynski played on Lennon's album Help Yourself but were not directly credited.

Sweet Lord

  1. Adherents are known for singing the name of Krishna, as George Harrison in his "My Sweet Lord".

Former Beatle George Harrison

  1. Finally, a very sad Paul said goodbye to his friend and former Beatle George Harrison, who passed away on 29 November, 2001.

Late George Harrison

  1. At 5' 11", he was the tallest member of The Beatles, being about half an inch taller than the late George Harrison.
  2. The project was born out of a personal friendship and mutual admiration between the late George Harrison and Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Lalibert.

Nintendo

  1. George Harrison of Nintendo announces that this price drop doesn't faze his company and that Nintendo has no plans to do likewise.

Monday

  1. The following Monday, one of the many scuffles outside the Cavern Club resulted in a black eye for George Harrison.

Musicians

  1. Impromptu memorial gatherings for other musicians, including Jerry Garcia and George Harrison, have occurred at the memorial.

Something

  1. Several members of the Hare Krishna group had said that George Harrison would bequeath something to the sect.

Photo

  1. Seen in Lucy's room, next to the mirror, is an early photo of George Harrison and John Lennon.

Cover

  1. In 1967 Paul McCartney & George Harrison wore their MBE awards on their Sgt Pepper costumes for the photo taken for the cover of the Sgt Pepper album.
  2. George Harrison of the Beatles was a devotee of Yogananda, and Yogananda's image appears on the cover of the album Sgt.

Movie

  1. I got the Rickenbacker back in '64 after watching "A Hard Day's Night." Saw George Harrison; he had one in the movie.

Addition

  1. In addition, I wish pay a great tribute to the late George Harrison for making such awe-inspiring and chilling music scores for the backdrop of this movie.

London

  1. Donegan was due to sing in a tribute concert for George Harrison in London later this month.

Rock

  1. Prince was crowned as musical royalty on Monday as he joined the late George Harrison among eight inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Bass

  1. McCartney's schoolmate, George Harrison joined soon after as a third guitarist, followed by the addition of Stuart Sutcliffe on bass.

Record

  1. This record, too, became part of a court case when it was plagiarised by George Harrison for "My Sweet Lord" in 1970.

Passing

  1. When Beatle George Harrison accused Oasis of being little more than a "passing" teenage fad, Gallagher replied "George Harrison was always the silent Beatle.

Murder

  1. The incident echoed the 1980 murder of John Lennon and the 1999 attempted murder of George Harrison.
  2. The incident echoed the murder of Lennon and the attempted murder of George Harrison.

Death

  1. The festival is dedicated in memory of Lennon, who was shot to death in New York City in 1980, and George Harrison, who succumbed to cancer in 2001.
  2. Shortly after the death of George Harrison, the band performed an acoustic rendition of "Something" on Last Call With Carson Daly.

Paul

  1. Soon after Paul joined the band, he introduced John to a younger schoolmate, George Harrison.

Wings

  1. Wings had only one fewer #1 single in the US than John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr combined in their post-Beatle careers.

Years

  1. Shortly afterward, in 1981, the three surviving Beatles reunited to record "All Those Years Ago", released as a George Harrison solo single.

House Band

  1. The band's first studio work was as the house band for George Harrison 's 3 disc set All Things Must Pass.

Recording

  1. In 1965, George Harrison broke new ground by recording with an Indian sitar on "Norwegian Wood".
  2. A year later, George Harrison had all but retired from performing live (although not from recording).

Songs Written

  1. All songs written by George Harrison, except where noted.

Several Songs

  1. Several songs that George Harrison recorded are not included in this compilation.

Recording Career

  1. Cloud Nine is the successful 1987 comeback album by George Harrison, recorded and released after a five year hiatus from his recording career.

Best

  1. Best known as lead guitarist of the The Beatles, George Harrison also achieved mainstream success as a solo artist.
  2. McCartney and Best spent three hours in a local jail and were deported, as was George Harrison, for working under the legal age limit.
  3. The Best of George Harrison (1976) combined his best Beatles songs with a slim selection of his best solo Apple work.

Greatest Hits Album

  1. Unfortunately, his greatest hits album, entitled The Best Of George Harrison, only covered from 1966-1976, and deprived us of many of his later solo hits.

Tribute

  1. George Harrison also greatly admired Robinson and paid tribute to him in his 1976 song "Pure Smokey".

Music

  1. Brimming with the wit, warmth, and grace that characterized his lyrics and his life, I, Me, Mine is a treasured portrait of George Harrison and his music.

Lung

  1. John Lennon was shot dead in New York in 1980 by a deranged fan and George Harrison died of lung cancer in 2001.

Long Battle

  1. George Harrison fought a long battle with lung and brain cancer throughout the 1990s, finally succumbing and passing away on November 29, 2001.
  2. Nov 30, 2001 - Death of George Harrison after long battle against cancer is announced.

Songs

  1. However, the ultimate "The Best of George Harrison" CD (set) will have another 30 songs added.
  2. All songs by George Harrison, except where noted.

Bob Dylan

  1. Collaboration of some of the greates songwriters there ever were, such as Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, George Harrison and others.
  2. Rock drummer Bruce Gary, who worked with George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Stephen Stills but is best known as the original drummer with The Knack, has died.

Slide Guitar

  1. George Harrison played slide guitar in this band as a favour since Wright had played piano on Harrison's album All Things Must Pass.

Song

  1. George Harrison wrote a song called "Pure Smokey," a tribute to Smokey Robinson.

Eric Clapton

  1. He also has produced albums for Eric Clapton and Corey Hart, and has mastered records for George Harrison, Tori Amos and Arms of Kismet.
  2. Pattie Boyd was the much-envied swinging 60s model who married George Harrison and Eric Clapton.
  3. He has also performed with Eric Clapton, George Harrison, The Black Crowes, as well as recording his own solo projects.

Song Features

  1. The song features a slide guitar solo by George Harrison (see 'Collaborations').

February

  1. February 7 - George Harrison is admitted to London 's University College Hospital with an infected back molar that has infected his tonsils.
  2. In February of 1958 the young guitarist George Harrison joined the group, which played under a variety of names.

Memorial Concert

  1. For example, he took the place of John Cleese when he was unable to appear at the memorial concert for George Harrison.

Categories

  1. Beatles
  2. Arts > Music > Musicians > John Lennon
  3. Culture > Arts > Films > Ringo Starr
  4. Birmingham > England > Wings > Paul Mccartney
  5. Musical Instruments > Guitars > Guitarists > Eric Clapton

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