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George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal & John Fogerty – Live at Palomino Club 1987

The Silver Wilburys live in North Hollywood, February 19, 1987

A real summit meeting here! George Harrison, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty and Taj Mahal!

And great performances of some truly classic tracks!


1 – Farther On Down The Road
2 – Intro
3 – Matchbox
4 – Knock On Wood
5 – Midnight Hour
6 – Honey Don’t
7 – Blue Suede Shoes
8 – Watching The River Flow
9 – Proud Mary
10 – Johnny B Goode
11 – Hand Jive
12 – Peggy Sue
13 – Dizzy Miss Lizzy
14 – Lucille
15 – Twist & Shout

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February 6, 2009 Posted by | George Harrison, John Fogerty, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH3.13 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 13 ‘Something’


Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 13

Something

Original Airdate January 21, 2009

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Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for
Non-blank Dreams, Thingy Themes and Something Schemes

“Wise men speak because they have something to say. Fools speak because they have to say something

– Plato

Everybody believes in something and everybody, by virtue of the fact that they believe in something, uses that something to support their own existence.

– Frank Zappa




Something attempted, something done, Has earned a nights repose.

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Sometimes something’s got to happen before something is going to happen.

– Johan Cruyff

Religion is something left over from the infancy of our intelligence, it will fade away as we adopt reason and science as our guidelines.

-Bertrand Russell



Turn your radio up because I’ve got something I want to talk about.



I speak because there’s got to be something between the records.


She was robbed …. Four months later Herman and the Hermits covered it and took it to the top of the charts. Four months later? It’s like they didn’t even give her a chance!




Something in the way she moves
Attracts me like no other lover
Something in the way she woos me
I don’t want to leave her now
You know I believe and how

Somewhere in her smile she knows
That I don’t need no other lover
Something in her style that shows me
Don’t want to leave her now
You know I believe and how

You’re asking me will my love grow
I don’t know, I don’t know
You stick around now it may show
I don’t know, I don’t know

Something in the way she knows
And all I have to do is think of her
Something in the things she shows me
I don’t want to leave her now
You know I believe and how


– George Harrison



Nobody sings like that anymore. He just makes it sound effortless, no matter how difficult it really is. I like the elegance of a guy like Clyde Mc Phatter. It’s like watching Fred Astaire.



Hey, here’s something interesting !!!



You know when I heard Herman’s Hermits singing, I thought it was just about having a piece of cake or riding on a ferris wheel. But when I hear Earl Jean singing, I know exactly what she’s talking about.




He’s the only President you could fit in your pocket.


Uh-Look-ah there
There she comes
Here comes that girl again
Wanted to date her since I don’t know when But she don’t notice me
when I pass
She goes with older guys from out of my class
But that can’t stop me from-ah thinkin’ to myself She’s sure fine
lookin’ man
She’s somethin’ else
Hey look-ah there
Across the street
There’s a car made just for me
To own that car would be a luxury
But right now I can’t afford the gas
A brand new convertible is out of my class
But that can’t stop me from-ah thinkin’ to myself
That car’s fine lookin’ man
It’s somethin’ else
Hey look-ah here
Just wait and see
Workin’ hard and savin’ my dough
I’ll by that car that I’ve be wanting so Get me that girl and we’ll go
ridin’ around
The town will be all shocked with my white top down
I’ll keep right on and dreamin’ and-ah thinkin’ to myself When it all
comes true, man
Wow! That’s somethin’ else
Look-ah here
What’s all this?
Never thought I’d do this before
But here I am ah-knockin’ on her door My car’s out front and it’s all
mine Just a ’41 Ford not a ’59
I got that girl and I’m-ah thinkin’ to myself
‘She’s sure fine lookin’ man
Wow! She’s somethin else ‘

– Eddie Cochran


Here’s his attempt the hit the stratosphere.


Woke up this mornin’ feelin’ fine.
There’s somethin’ special on my mind.
Last night I met a new girl,
In the neighborhood, whoa yeah.
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’ good.
(Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)

She’s the kind of girl who’s not too shy.
And I can tell I’m her kind of guy.
She danced close to me like I hoped she would.
(She danced with me like I hoped she would.)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’ good.
(Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)

(Ahhh,) We only danced for a minute or two,
But then she stuck close to me,
The whole night through.
(Ahhh,) Can I be fallin’ in love?
She’s everythin’ I’ve been dreamin’ of.
(She’s everythin’ I’ve been dreamin’ of.)

I walked her home and she held my hand.
I knew it couldn’t be just a one-night stand.
So, I asked to see her next week,
And she told me I could
(I asked to see her and she told me I could.)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’ good.
(somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)
(somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)

(Ahhhh.)

I walked her home and she held my hand.
I knew it couldn’t be just a one-night stand.
So, I asked to see her next week,
And she told me I could.
(I asked to see her and she told me I could.)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’ good.
(somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
Somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’ good.
(somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
To somethin’ good, oh yeah, somethin’ good.
(somethin’ tells me I’m into somethin’…)
(Ooo-ooo-ooo-ooo.)
To somethin’ good,
Somethin’ good.
Somethin’ good.

– Gerry Goffin & Carole King




I wonder who was across the street from that church.



Something you remember people saying are their last words. If you’re going to be quoted, you hope it’s something good!

This week’s show is really really something!

Yap, Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this great show on the theme of Something!

As usual, lots of great info and facts, corny jokes and witticisms.

More great Tom Waits madness. A clutch of nasty yet hilarious Jewish insults!

Loads more amazing music too with some stone-cold classics. Starting with Bob’s pal, the late great George Harrison and one of his many fine moments , the sublime “Something” from Abbey Road.

Lots of nice words from Bob too about one of his heroes, the great rock pioneer Eddie Cochran, dead at only 21.

Nice words too about Leonard Bernstein and great praise for the class and elegance of Clyde Mc Phatter’s amazing vocalisations.

It’s wonderful to hear the ‘original” version of “I’m Into Something Good” by Earl Jean McCrea. Infinitely better than the vile version from the awful Herman’s Hermits! And Bob is vehement in that same opinion too!

Of course also there are a few more obscure tracks such as She’s Got Something by Jimmy Ballad, who we’d never heard of before.

Also the fine “This Could Be The Start Of Something Big ” by polymath Steve Allen. We didn’t know the extent to which he was a musician too!

It was great too to hear “He Was Really Sayin’ Somethin'” by The Velvelettes and weird to hear Dylan make mention of Bananarama – who actually did a rather good cover of this with the Fun Boy Three back in the eighties!

All in all, a wonderful show!! Surely something, indeed!

Next week’s show seems to be about pussies or something! We only know somewhat cryptically that TTRH will be “letting the cat out of the bag”!



We’ve got to go for another week. But I hate to leave anything undone.

Tracklisting

Intro
Something – The Beatles
I’m Into Something Good – Earl Jean McCrea
Something’s Coming – Vic Damone
Do Something For Me – Billy Ward and His Dominoes (Clyde McPhatter: lead vocal)
She’s Got Something – Jimmy Ballad
This Could Be The Start Of Something Big (Background) – Steve Allen
He Was Really Sayin’ Somethin’ – The Velvelettes
Somethin’ Else – Eddie Cochran
Something’s Goin’ On In My Room – Daddy Cleanhead
When Something Is Wrong With My Baby – Charlie Rich
Something Cool – June Christy with Pete Rugolo
There’s Something On Your Mind Part 2 – Bobby Marchan
Something Different – The Carlisles/Jumpin’ Bill Carlisle
Something In The Air – Thunderclap Newman
Outro

Join us again next week when we let the cat out of the bag!

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/01xdr3

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;


http://rapidshare.com/files/187608919/3 … 1-2009.zip




Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




January 26, 2009 Posted by | George Harrison, Tom Waits, TTRH Season 3, _ART, _BOB DYLAN, _Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ — the dirty details!

Paul McCartney on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ — the dirty details!

by Steve Marinucci,
Beatles Examiner
January 14, 2009

On Wednesday’s “The Howard Stern Show,” Paul McCartney gave Howard Stern a signed Hofner bass as a present for Stern’s 55th birthday, which was Monday. Here’s a very rough account of the show (since I didn’t hear it) on what happened on the show compiled from notes by HwyCDRev. My transitions here aren’t really smooth and some of the information is sketchy, but you get a basic idea of what went on.

We’ll revise this as we get more information. (And if you heard it, feel free to add your comments.)

Here we go:

Paul McCartney gave Stern a signed Hofner bass guitar for a birthday gift. Stern said, “Is it yours?” McCartney replied, “No, it’s yours.”

Stern reminded Paul that he told him to get a pre-nuptial agreement. Paul says he doesn’t remember. Denies everything and winks. Stern said it was good McCartney took the high road.

Paul mentioned the East Hamptons concerts and says he didn’t date the women he was photographed with. He just said hello and gave them a kiss as the pictures were taken. The names Christie Brinkley, Renée Zelleweger and Rosanne Arquette were mentioned.

Stern said, “Are you happy with this ‘broad’? Paul asked, “Who?” Stern said, “The rich one.” Artie Lang followed with, “Everyone knew her as Nancy.”

Stern asked Paul about the rumor of John Lennon having sex with Brian Epstein that’s discussed in Philip Norman’s biography, “John Lennon: The Life.” Paul says it’s an old rumor. “One hint and they write a book.”

About the Fireman album, Stern said he liked it, saying, “And when you do a good job, I’ll tell you.”

Robin Quivers said, “i’m throwing my hat into the ring. I’m a vegan, too. Take me to the inauguration. Kids love me.” Stern tells Robin, “Show Paul your breasts.” Paul said no. Robin said, “I’ve been rejected by Paul McCartney.” (Paul is apparently in the U.S. to attend the inauguration.)

Stern asked if it was OK to ask about the Beatles. Paul McCartney: “I like the Beatles. They were a good band.” Paul then tells the story that the “Abbey Road” album was originally called ‘Everest.’ He says, “It was a cheap approach.” He explained that walking outside (for the “Abbey Road” cover) was cheaper than going to Mount Everest and shooting an album cover.

The subject came around to the Ringo “no autographs by mail” video. Paul said, “Ringo would always say ‘p— off'” in the old days because he had kids.” Stern replied he’s not that busy. (p.s. Howard, he’s working on an album.) On Ringo’s “no autographs” video, Paul said, “Ringo can do what he wants” and called Ringo “brave” for doing that video.

Paul replied, “I just signed something outside.” Stern said, “Pete Best will sign anything.”

About the unreleased song “Carnival of Light,” Paul confirmed it was George Harrison, not Yoko Ono, who didn’t like it and that he (Paul) wanted it to go on the “Anthology.”

Stern: “Did you ever write Pete Best a check?” Paul said, “He got pride!” Paul said Pete was kicked out not because he was good looking, but because Ringo sat in and sounded amazing. Stern said, “Don’t miss a day of work!”

Paul said after George Harrison died, “You just remember the good stuff. “Like losing anyone, I don’t think of him every day, but you tell a Beatles story and it’s tinged with sadness.”

And about Dhani Harrison, George’s son, McCartney said, “He’s really good.” Paul also said he and his son James were doing an album together.

Paul McCartney: “I’m an optimist. I’ve seen Vietnam, Nixon, 9/11. I’m excited about Obama. I’m reading his book.”

It’s noted that Christie Brinkley got dolled up for Paul McCartney. Paul: “Who can blame her?” Stern said he heard Brinkley was after Paul.

Paul said he loves having a young child. He makes breakfast, drives her to school and talks to mothers of other students. “Very hands on. It’s a thrill.”

Paul plays the promo single (probably “Sing the Changes”). Paul says, “I like it already.” Stern: “You’re excited?” Paul: “Why not?” and starts to dance a bit.

On the Fireman album, Paul made up the lyrics as he went along, like “improv.” Stern says “Highway” is one of his favorite tracks and says he should have had sex with Renee to that song.

Stern asked if Paul played Guitar Hero. Paul said he didn’t, but then added the Beatles were going to have a Guitar Hero game. “I may learn how to be a Beatle,” Paul said. Stern also mentions his daughter took a Beatles college course.

The subject turned to drugs. Stern says to Paul, “Cocaine .. everyone knows you were addicted.” Paul replied he was not addicted, it was a peer group thing. He says he never took heroin and says he got fed up with cocaine and got out before it was hip. He says he no longer does pot, either.

Paul says he’s still a vegetarian, but he doesn’t like cruelty to animals. Paul said that some eggs are abandoned by the hens, so it’s OK. Stern asked, “Isn’t an egg a chicken abortion?” Paul replied it wasn’t. “We don’t like to think of it like that.”

Stern asked why called the album the Fireman? Paul said it’s like Sgt. Pepper. Then, referring to the Ruttles, he said, “You are Dirk, you are Barry. “I make trails in the woods with a chainsaw for wood (to get wood for a fire).” And says his dad was a fireman.

Stern played another of his favorite songs from the album “Light From Your Lighthouse.” (The other is “Highway.”) He says this is like the Frost/Nixon interview. “We need 18 hours.”

The interview lasted approximately 40 minutes. Paul was having a great time. He was dancing to his CD when it was played.

After the commercial, Stern said there was lots of pressure over the visit. Paul came in with his entourage and there was a lot of things to do. But Stern said it was fun. Paul was relaxed and had his feet up on the couch.

At the end, Fred Norris added, “Before anyone has a heart attack,” the guitar came from Guitar Center.

Photo by Steve Gullick, courtesy MPL Communications Ltd.

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January 21, 2009 Posted by | George Harrison, Howard Stern, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles | Leave a comment

John Lennon – Oh My Love

An truly under-rated classic this, one of our favourite Lennon tracks.

It’s a beautiful, simple yet deeply resonant and powerful love song.

There is a zen-like feel to the deceptive simplicity in the lyric. All above a gorgeous pared down melody.

This comes from the Imagine album, recorded and released in 1971, and is credited to John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

However, the song was originally written and demoed years earlier in 1968 after The Beatles “White Album” sessions.

“Oh My Love” is said to have been influenced by John’s experience with Primal Therapy and communicates the joy and growth Lennon was experiencing as a result of the therapy.

George Harrison contributed guitar on this track and several other songs on Imagine.

In the vid below, John, George and Yoko are filmed at Ascott studio in June 1971 recording this great song.

Their German friend Klaus Voormann plays bass and the late Nicky Hopkins is on second piano.

Oh my love for the first time in my life

my eyes are wide open

Oh my lover for the first time in my life

my eyes can see

I see the wind, oh I see the trees

everything is clear in my heart

I see the clouds, oh I see the sky

everything is clear in our world

Oh my love for the first time in my life

my mind is wide open

Oh my lover for the first time in my life

my mind can feel
I feel sorrow, oh I feel dreams

everything is clear in my heart

everything is clear in our world

I feel life, oh I feel love

John Lennon – Oh My Love

Good visuals but poor sound!

John Lennon – Oh My Love

Better sound!

John Lennon and George Harrison in 1971 recording Oh My Love


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Tom Petty Remembers George Harrison

Lovely tribute to the late great George Harrison from his friend Tom Petty, with whom he had worked on a number of occasions, most significantly as part of the Traveling Wilburys.

Some fascinating insights into George’s complex mentality and character too, as well as an insight into the mutual devotion between himself and Bob Dylan.

Tom Petty Remembers George Harrison

“I’m blessed to have known him.”


by Mim Udovitch and David Wild

http://www.rollingstone.com

I first met him in 1974 when I came out to Los Angeles. I hadn’t been out here very long. I was working at Leon Russell’s, and there were a few nights with sessions with George and Ringo. It’s a scary thing meeting Beatles, but George was so nice to me and included me in everything. Then our paths didn’t cross again until years later. This was probably ’85 or ’86, when the Heartbreakers were touring England with Bob Dylan. George came one night to see us in Birmingham. Bob was busy with something, and so we wound up just talking. I reminded him that we’d met, and there was some kind of weird click. It felt like we had known each other all our lives, and in a very personal way. We wound up just hanging a lot. I have a great photo somewhere – it was my birthday, and George brought a little cake to my dressing room. In the photo, there is me with George and Jeff Lynne, Roger McGuinn, Bob Dylan and Mike Campbell – all of my favorite people right there, and it was so sweet. I think Ringo was there as well. That night there was a surprise hurricane in London, and my life never felt the same again after that hurricane.

I went back to L.A., and almost by fate I went into a restaurant, spur of the moment. I hadn’t planned to go, and the waiter came over and said, “Oh, your friend is in the next room, he wants to see you.” I didn’t know who he meant. I walked in, and it was George. He said, “God, it’s so weird, I was just asking Jeff Lynne for your number.” He said, “Where are you going?” I said, “I’m just going home.” He said, “Do you mind if I go with you?” He came to my house and stayed for days. George came to L.A. fairly often, and I went to England and visited him a lot. That’s going to be the hard thing – going to England from now on. It will seem so strange with him not there. See, George really treasured his friends. Mike Campbell was saying, “George was the only kind of friend I knew who would bring you a gift every time he saw you.” He once brought me four ukuleles in a week. Four?

I said, “George, I don’t think I need four ukuleles.” He said, “Well, this one is better than the other ones. And it’s just good to have them here – you never know when we’re going to all be over and need them.” George’s idea of a band was that everybody hung. From what he told me, the Beatles were that way. They were very, very tight. He really wanted the Traveling Wilburys to be like that. Like, “If we’re going to the party, we’re all going.” I’m so glad I got to be in a band with him. He taught me so much.

What was it like being in a band with Bob Dylan?

George quoted Bob like people quote Scripture. Bob really adored George, too. George used to hang over the balcony videoing Bob while Bob wasn’t aware of it. Bob would be sitting at the piano playing, and George would tape it and listen to it all night.

So George had his own private Dylan bootlegs?

Yeah. One day George was hiding in the hedge at the house where we were recording. As everybody flew off, George would rise up out of the bushes with his video going. And he did that with Bob. I think George frightened Bob. When the Wilburys started, George was so reverent of Bob. At the end of the first day, he said, “We know that you’re Bob Dylan and everything, but we’re going to just treat you and talk to you like we would anybody else.” And Bob went, “Well, great. Believe it or not, I’m in awe of you guys, and it’s the same for me.” I said to George, “That is really amazing, how you said that to Bob.” George goes, “I can say those sort of things. But you can’t” [laughs]. George adored Bob Dylan, like, “Dylan makes Shakespeare look like Billy Joel.” And George absolutely adored the Wilburys. That was his baby from the beginning, and he went at it with such great enthusiasm. The rest of his life, he considered himself a Wilbury.

It doesn’t really sound like he was the quiet one.

Well, he never shut up. George had a lot to say. Boy, did he have a lot to say. That’s hysterical to me, you know, that he was known as the quiet one. I assume he got that name because the other ones were so much louder. I mean, they were very loud people [laughs]. One time he told me, “Me and Olivia had Paul and Linda over the other night, and you would have thought there was a hundred people in the house, it was so loud.” I’ll tell you, nobody I’ve encountered ever lived his life more every day than George did. He crammed in a lot of living and didn’t waste his time. And he had an idea a minute. Some nights he would have so many great ideas. George really said everything that crossed his mind. I used to say, “You really can’t get a thought to your brain without it slipping out your mouth.” And he was painfully honest. It was an endearing trait, but sometimes you hoped that he wouldn’t be quite as honest as he was going to be.

Was it sometimes difficult to be around him?

Let’s be honest. There was Cranky George, and he could be very cynical at times. He would always be the first to nail himself as being too cynical, but he was quite funny when he was really cynical.

How do you think he felt about the Beatles as he got older?

I just know what I’ve heard from George as the years went by. But he was very funny, like, “The Beatles, they weren’t all that they were cracked up to be” [laughs]. He loved the Beatles. He used to bitch sometimes about individual Beatles who got on his nerves. But he really loved them down deep, and I knew this. I think that a lot of George’s personality was formed by John. This is just a guess, but that was the way it appeared to me. He looked up to John so much. He said, “Oh, John would be a Wilbury in a second.” He’d say about Paul, “Paul is a year older than me, and he still is.” But he really loved Paul, too. And he really loved Ringo.

What George Harrison songs mean the most to you?

Oh, God, there are so many. “Here Comes the Sun” always has a big effect on me. “Isn’t It a Pity” is a masterpiece.

Any of the songs you recorded with him?

I loved “End of the Line.” I remember the day he wrote it. He had started it off on the piano. And we all kind of sat in a group. “Handle With Care” I like. His enthusiasm was very contagious in a recording session, in a writing session. He just had unbridled enthusiasm. One of the things I’ll miss most is when he used to drop by and he would always have a guitar or a ukulele in his hands most of the evening. He taught me so much guitar. I miss him showing me the guitar and some Beatles lick that I never could figure out. He would show these licks to me, and they would be the simplest things in the world, but they’d eluded me because I didn’t think they could be that simple. But what a beautiful player he was. He just had that extreme taste. He really was something on the guitar.

And the ukulele, too?

He really got into the ukulele. It sounds kind of corny, but it gave him so much joy, you know. I was there when he first discovered it. The rest of his life was ukulele. He played the hell out of the thing. When my kids were little, we could clear rooms with those things, because they knew George was going to carry on till daylight with the ukulele.

For a guy who loved music and people so much, he rarely played in public.

He was never far from music. The last time he came over here, which wasn’t that long ago, he was playing the guitar and singing, singing me new songs that he had written, which were just so beautiful. I said, “I wish you would just put a mike up, and let’s tape you just like this.” He didn’t want to do it – “Maybe later.” But he told me something once like, “I never really pursued a solo career. All Things Must Pass was a reaction to leaving the Beatles. I had to do something.” And when that went so well, he made another one. But he never really had a manager or anybody to report to, and I don’t think he had any interest in touring. He told me many times he was very uncomfortable being the guy up front having to sing all the songs. It was just not his idea of fun.

The thing he was proudest of was the Beatles. He said the Beatles put out such a positive message. He was appalled at the things being said in pop music. Once he got into his Indian music, that rock & roll music to him was in the past. I don’t think he had much interest in rock music past about ’57. I remember him visiting me on tour in Germany. He would come to the side of the stage and look out. But he really didn’t want to go on. He would go, “It’s so loud and smoky, and they are acting so crazy. I just feel better back here.”

In the car today, I was listening to a song you two wrote together, “Cheer Down.” Where did that one come from?

Olivia would say that to George when he got a little too happy. He would get a burst of enthusiasm, and she’d say, “OK, cheer down, big fellow.”

Were you impressed with Olivia’s defense of George when he was attacked in their home in 1999?

When I heard about it, I sent George a fax, and it just said, “Aren’t you glad you married a Mexican girl?” [laughs] Olivia really kicked ass. She is a beautiful person. His son, Dhani, is a beautiful kid, man. I’ve seen him recently. He is doing very well. Very strong and inspired. Olivia had the hardest job in the world, because she loved George more than all of us, and she really took care of him and cleared the path in front of him, behind him, and inherited that crazy life, you know.

Do you believe his spiritual life helped him cope with what had to be a horrible few years?

I would think it helped him immensely. He is just a really brave guy, and he died with a great deal of dignity. It’s so much easier for me than if he had died that night in the attack. I don’t think I could have dealt with that. I told him so. When I put on my TV the morning he was stabbed, it looked like he had died, there were so many biographical things coming up on the TV. After that, I told him, “I already kind of went through your death.” And I said, “Just do me a favor and don’t die that way, because I just can’t handle it.” He said he promised me he wasn’t going out that way.

Not that long ago, he released a statement telling people not to worry about him. Was that just characteristic of him?

I’ll tell you, the media wasn’t very sweet in the last year of his life. He was probably the most hounded of his whole life when he was trying to deal with that. Especially in Europe, he never got a moment’s peace. He would have helicopters follow him when he left the house. I guess that comes with the territory. That’s part of the price you pay. He paid that price so many times – well, overpaid. But he’d be the first to say there’s nothing to be gained by bitterness or anger, hatred. I don’t know how many times he would remind me that bitterness or pessimism is only going to slow you down finding the solution. And he lived that way. George was the kind of guy who wasn’t going to leave until he hugged you for five minutes and told you how much he loved you. We knew where we stood with each other.

It sounds like this relationship was very important to you.

Oh, I feel blessed. And it’s the only time in my life, really, that I had been that close to somebody – outside of like my mom dying or something. I loved him so much, and if he had never played a note, I would have been so blessed to have him in my life. And then over the weekend, it really comes home to you that, oh, wow, the whole world feels this way. They all knew him in their way, and they are mourning him as well. It was very hard, because there’s a duality to it. I mourn for my friend, and then I also am a huge fan just like everyone else. I’m just blessed by God to have known him. He had so much love in him. I realized it more with him gone that he was just pure love. My daughter Adria used to visit him a lot in England when she was over there. She would go and stay at Friar Park. She was telling me the other night that one night they were out walking in the garden and he goes, “Oh, Adria, sometimes I just wish I could turn into a light beam and go away.”

Perhaps that’s how it works.

Yeah, maybe that is how it works.

Is there anything else you’d like George Harrison fans to understand about the man you knew so well?

I would assure all his fans that George was just really as beautiful as they pictured him. And maybe more.

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December 2, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, Tom Petty, _ARTICLE, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan’s tribute to George Harrison – Something (also ‘Not Dark Yet’ live)


In memory of George Harrison, 1943-2001

George quoted Bob like people quote Scripture. Bob really adored George, too. George used to hang over the balcony videoing Bob while Bob wasn’t aware of it. Bob would be sitting at the piano playing, and George would tape it and listen to it all night.

– Tom Petty

We’ve just passed the 7th anniversary of George’s horribly untimely death on 29 November 2001. A desperately sad loss to the world of music.

Here, his great friend Bob Dylan performs a fine tribute to George with a wonderful cover of the Beats classic Something.

This was recorded live in New York City, 13 November, 2002, close to George’s first anniversary.

Also at the end of the vid, there’s a fine live performance of Bob’s sublime ‘Not Dark Yet‘ , the official version of which we’ve already posted!

Something in the way she moves
Attracts me like no other lover

Something in the way she woos me

I don’t want to leave her now

You know I believe and how

Somewhere in her smile she knows
That I don’t need no other lover

Something in her style that shows me

Don’t want to leave her now

You know I believe and how

You’re asking me will my love grow
I don’t know, I don’t know

You stick around now it may show

I don’t know, I don’t know

Something in the way she knows
And all I have to do is think of her
Something in the things she shows me

Don’t want to leave her now
You know I believe her now

– George Harrison

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George Harrison 1943-2001, The Undercover Interview

We’ve just passed the 7th anniversary of George’s horribly untimely death. In this nice interview, George speaks about a range of topics including his good friend Bob Dylan, admitting the huge influence Dylan had on the Beatles starting most significantly with Bob’s great Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. George has previously said about that LP;

We just played it, just wore it out. The content of the song lyrics and just the attitude—it was incredibly original and wonderful.”


George was a magnificent musician and received but a tiny fraction of the accolades he deserved, not only during his Beatles period (where, although he wrote many stone-cold Beats classics across many LPs, much of his work was vetoed by Lennon and Mc Cartney and never saw release) and the long period post-Beatles.

The work of the great George Harrison will live on forever!


George Harrison: The Undercover Interview

by Paul Cashmere
November 29 2008

http://undercover.com.au/News-Story.aspx?id=7020

The highlight if my media career was definitely having the chance to interview George Harrison. George was funny, informative and up for a chat. Today marks the 7th anniversary of the death of what we all called `the Quiet Beatle`. Here is a a candid chat with Beatle George.

Paul Cashmere: I’m going to start off by talking about movies. I don’t know how many times I’ve see “Monty Python’s Life of Brian,” in which you have a cameo. I’ve searched for your part, even on freeze frame. The problem with that movie is that everyone in it looks like George Harrison. Put me out of my misery. Where are you in it?

George Harrison: Well if you’re looking for me, then everybody’s going to look like that. There’s just one little shot, it’s probably about 12 frames. Do you know the scene where he comes out of the room and there’s crowds of people in the house and John Cleese is there saying, “Those people with gifts form a queue on the left. Those possessed by demons over to the right,” and then he comes out and he says, “Brian, Mister Papadopolus has promised to loan us the mount for Monday.” You have to go through it again and see that scene and it cuts across and I’m in the crowd. And I just say “Eh, hello, thank you or something … hello”. That’s all it is!

Paul Cashmere: And you never got an Oscar for that, George?

George Harrison: No, no, but I’m still hoping. Well, actually they wanted me to do the part of Christ in there, you know, at the beginning where he’s doing the sermon on the mount. That’s what they tried to get me to do, but I thought that’s a bit too controversial.

Paul Cashmere: Yes, for someone from Liverpool, England, that is a bit over the top, isn’t it!

George Harrison: (Laughing) Yes, it is.

Paul Cashmere: You and Eric Clapton go back a long way. When did you first meet?

George Harrison: I think I met him … I’m not sure which year … it was probably ’63. No, must have been after that … must have been ’64 or ’65 at the Hammersmith Odeon. He was in the Yardbirds. We did a Christmas season there … two or three weeks we played there. That’s the first time I met him. Then, later I met him … somehow Brian Epstein was managing the Cream and the Bee Gees, and I used to see him hanging around at that point. That was when that guy (Robert) Stigwood had come to work for Brian Epstein. That’s when I really got to know him quite a bit. It must have been 1966, ’67.

Paul Cashmere: Considering Eric ran off with your first wife Patti, how have you managed to remain friends?

George Harrison: Well, he didn’t really run off with her, because we’d kind of finished with each other basically anyway. And, you know, for me, this is what I think is the main problem, not the fact that he got married to Patti. I think the fact that makes the problem is that I didn’t get annoyed at him and I think that has always annoyed him. I think that deep down inside he wishes that it really pissed me off, but it didn’t, because I was happy that she went off, because we’d finished together, and it made things easier for me. You see, because otherwise we’d have had to gone through all these big rows and divorces. And you know, she went off to live in the same style she became accustomed to and it was really very convenient for me. So there.

Paul Cashmere: You’ve done a great version of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” with Eric on both “The Beatles” album and the live album. Let’s set the record straight. Going back to the original version, there was a version recorded with John on lead guitar, one with yourself on lead guitar and one with Eric. Now which one was the one that actually made the (Beatles’) White album?

George Harrison: Well, I don’t know about one with John on guitar. There was one that just a kind of demo. When I wrote it, that was done with just an acoustic guitar. And then there’s the version that was on the Beatle White album, the version with Eric Clapton. There’s only ever really been the one’s the Eric on it. Even the one I did on the Princes Trust album was still Eric playing on it.

Paul Cashmere: Who came up with the lead break for it?

George Harrison: Yeah, Eric just played that, you know, live as we were figuring out the song. Paul played piano on the original record in 1967. There was Ringo on drums. I don’t believe John was there. I played acoustic guitar, Paul played piano, Ringo on drums and Eric played live with us, and then Paul overdubbed the bass later. So Eric just made up the guitar part spontaneously. So this is the thing … when we went to rehearsal for the Live in Japan tour, he consciously listened to the old version and tried to re-learn, at least, to use the old version as the basis for where he started, and I guess sometimes you forget about good stuff you’ve already done. So he picked back up on what he’d done originally, but the solo on that one is brilliant, I think, on the live version now.



Paul Cashmere: Can you tell me about “Something”. Now, you wrote that about Patti, is that right?

George Harrison: Well no, I didn’t. I just wrote it, and then somebody put together a video. And what they did was they went out and got some footage of me and Patti, Paul and Linda, Ringo and Maureen, it was at that time, and John and Yoko and they just made up a little video to go with it. So then, everybody presumed I wrote it about Patti, but actually, when I wrote it, I was thinking of Ray Charles.

Paul Cashmere: He’s not as good looking, but well, you know …

George Harrison: Yeah, but he’s a better singer. (Laughs) But that’s what I was thinking of. I could hear in my head Ray Charles singing it.

Paul Cashmere: Were you frustrated by the fact that it took just about the entire career of the Beatles before you were granted the “A” side of single, and then the band broke up?

George Harrison: Well, it wasn’t so much the “A” side of a single, but it was frustrating at times when we had to wade through millions of “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’s” before we could get to one of mine, you know. Because I think now that when you look retrospectively, that there were a couple of my tunes that were good enough ? or better ? than ones that Paul or John had written occasionally. But you know, that’s just how it was. It doesn’t bother me, really. I was just on hold for a while.

Paul Cashmere: Which of your solo hits do you think would have made great Beatle songs?

George Harrison: This is the funny thing, isn’t it? If the Beatles had continued making records, all of the solo stuff that we’d done would have been on Beatle albums. So “Cloud 9” would have been a Beatle record and all that stuff like that. So I don’t know. Somebody just asked me about the songs on the “Live in Japan” record, saying did I worry about putting so many Beatle songs on. But so much time has elapsed. I don’t even think of them as being Beatle songs so much, you know. When you go back to “I Want To Tell You” and “Taxman,” they, to me, were just tunes I wrote, and they were recorded at that period, and it was the Beatles. And “Cloud 9” was a song that I wrote, but I recorded it with those other guys, and it was a solo album. Basically, the thread that binds it all together was that I wrote it, so I don’t really see things as Beatles or solo. I just see it as a body of work that I’ve been involved with one way or another.

Paul Cashmere: What’s the story with the Traveling Wilburys?

George Harrison: Well the story at the moment is that we’ve all been doing our day jobs, and the Wilburys being a kind of hobby has been just put on hold. So Tom Petty had just done an album, and he did a whole bunch of tours at the end of last year and going into this year. Bob Dylan, as you know, is continually on tour. And I did that live album and tour, so I’m not sure when we’ll do a new record, because, you know, I’m planning to start planning and writing a new studio album … although we all got together in New York for Bob Dylan’s Madison Square Garden show, which was for 30 years of Bob Dylan kind of celebration. We all went on to do Bob Dylan songs.

Paul Cashmere: Have you heard Guns ‘n’ Roses “Knocking on Heaven’s Door”?

George Harrison: Yeah, didn’t even get the chords right, did they?

Paul Cashmere: So I take it you’re not a big fan of that one, then?

George Harrison: There’s only three chords in it, but they managed to get one of them wrong. (Laughs)

Paul Cashmere: Bob Dylan’s been a great friend of yours over the years. Were you in awe of him when you first met him?

George Harrison: You know we’d had our first number one in America when we first met him, and I don’t think he’d ever had a number one record. He just had two albums … the first album didn’t do that well and the second album, you know. He was definitely hot at the time. No, we weren’t particularly in awe of him, but we really loved his album. We just heard his second album, “Freewheelin’.” We’d just spent a month in Paris prior to going to do the Sullivan shows in 1964, February. We’d just spent a month listening to this album of his and it blew us away really. It was just something special about him obviously.

Paul Cashmere: You must have that same effect on new artists now when they meet you.

George Harrison: Yeah, I don’t know. I don’t know. Sometimes you do and sometimes you don’t. But with Bob, he has proven to be special, you know, the words he wrote, the songs he’s done. And I think one of the best things about him is that he’s true to today to how he was back in 1963, and not a lot of people still believe in the same stuff they believed in then.

Paul Cashmere: Do you enjoy doing sessions, like when you played on albums by Belinda Carlisle and Jimmy Nail? How do you decide what you will or won’t do?

George Harrison: I don’t know. I’m not so sure now. The deal is usually I’ll play on it if somebody just sends me the tape and they take whatever I do. I don’t like having someone saying, “Do this, do that and no, can you make it sound like this?” Basically if they want me, they get what I am. Usually they want slide guitar parts. I don’t know. Sometimes it works out good and sometimes I can’t work out what to do with it when it’s the type of song I normally wouldn’t normally play myself.

Paul Cashmere: When your live album came out it ended with a nice touch, “Roll Over Beethoven”. That was the “With the Beatles” track, the old Chuck Berry thing. That was the song you actually did the duet with yourself on originally.

George Harrison: Oh yeah. Well that’s the kind of tune I would have forgotten totally about, but a friend of mine, who’s into rock and roll, said, “You’ve got to do ‘Roll Over Beethoven.'”And as it turned out, we went to do this press conference in Tokyo, and one of the questions, they said, “Mister Hallison, will you be playing Loll Over Beethoven?” (sic). And I said yes, and the whole room stood up and applauded. (Laughs) And I said, “It’s a good job. We are doing it.” The Japanese are very into “Roll Over Beethoven”.

Paul Cashmere: The Apple catalogue, George, is slowly being re-released on CD. Why has that taken so long?

George Harrison: I would imagine because EMI, who have the original deals with the Beatles and Apple Records, you know, they went through years and years of re-negotiation. And it could have had something to do with that, you know, when they finally got it all cleared up, and also because it took a number of years when everybody started re-issuing everything back onto CD.

Paul Cashmere: I hear “Wonderwall Music” (George’s first solo album) is coming up soon.

George Harrison: Oh good, because you can’t find it on vinyl. If you’ve got a vinyl copy of that thing, it’s really rare.

Paul Cashmere: I might head down the markets with mine if that’s the case.

George Harrison: Yeah, you want to put it into one of them Beatle sales.

Paul Cashmere: Who are the bands you’re most proud of from the Apple stable?

George Harrison: Anybody who had a hit, probably … like Badfinger was pretty good. It was a very sad story, though, because the guy, he ended up killing himself. Pete Ham, who was a lovely fellow, he was a good guitar player and a great singer. He wrote … the most famous tune I would imagine is “Without You”, you know, the Harry Nilsson record.

Paul Cashmere: Tell us about Anthology and what’s happening at Apple?
George Harrison: There’s a lot of activity going on in Apple at the moment. We made this series of films, nine or 10 hours of film, because we’ve virtually completed 1962 and it’s 75 minutes long, and there’s also one about the same length for 1963 and then it will go through each year, 1964, ’65, and it will go through like that. It will be a bit like “The Civil War,” (editor’s note: the Ken Burns TV miniseries) you know. Hopefully, a whole box of video cassettes or a TV series. But it’s really interesting because of the years that elapsed, everybody’s put out Beatle footage or videos. They think they’ve just about told all the stories, but the real story is the one that only we can tell, from our point of view, and we know all of the little intimate details. So we’ve been compiling all this footage from our own cameras, and there’s just tons and tons of material. It’s really exciting. I was very pleased to see it, because it’s got all of our influences. It’s this finely woven web of intrigue.

Paul Cashmere: How do you feel about “My Sweet Lord” these days. How did the court case surrounding that song effect your songwriting?

George Harrison: It didn’t really affect my songwriting. I did record “This Song,” which was kind of a comment about the situation. The thing that really disappoints me is when you have a relationship with one person and they turn out to betray you. Because the whole story of “My Sweet Lord” is based upon this fellow, Allan Klein, who managed the Beatles from about 1968 or ’69, through until 1973. When they issued a complaint about “My Sweet Lord”, he was my business manager. He was the one who put out “My Sweet Lord” and collected 20 percent commission on the record. And he was the one who got the lawyers to defend me, and did an interview in Playboy where he talked about how the song was nothing like the other song. Later, when the judge in court told me to settle with them, because he didn’t think I’d consciously stolen their song, they were doing a settlement deal with me when they suddenly stopped the settlement. Some time elapsed, and I found out that this guy Klein had gone around the back door. In the meantime, we’d fired him. He went round the back door and bought the rights to the one song, “He’s So Fine,” in order to continue a law suit against me. He, on one hand, was defending me, then he switched sides and continued the law suit. And every time the judge said what the result was, he’d appeal. And he kept appealing and appealing until it got to the Supreme Court. I mean this thing went on for 16 years or something … 18 years. And finally, it’s all over with, and the result of it is I own “My Sweet Lord,” and I now own “He’s So Fine,” and Allan Klein owes me like three or four hundred thousand dollars ’cause he took all the money on both songs. It’s really a joke. It’s a total joke.

Paul Cashmere: There’s a movie plot in there somewhere.

George Harrison: There’s definitely a book, because, now with any kind of law pertaining to infringement of copyright, they always quote this case. It’s become the precedent in all these law students’ books.

Paul Cashmere: So we might be seeing George Harrison make a guest appearance on “LA Law.”

George Harrison: (Laughs) I doubt it, but we did keep a lot of lawyers employed for years, and we still are in one way or another. There’s always some kind of bullshit going on.

Paul Cashmere: You’ve already documented your own anthology. For the benefit of Aussies, tell us about “When We Was Fab”.

George Harrison: Yeah, until I finalized the lyric on it, it was always called “Aussie Fab”. That was it’s working title. I hadn’t figured out what the song was going to say … what the lyrics would be about, but I knew it was definitely a Fab song. It was based on the Fabs, and as it was done up in Australia there, up in Queensland, then that’s what we called it. As we developed the lyrics, it became “When We Was Fab”. It’s a difficult one to do live because of all the all the little overdubs and all the cellos and the weird noises and the backing voices. Who knows … maybe next time, we’ll attempt it. We’ll try it in the rehearsal and see.

Paul Cashmere: What do you think of the Beatle sound alike bands, the bands that have drawn influence, not the copy bands, but bands like Crowded House, for instance?

George Harrison: I don’t think I’ve heard that Crowded House … is that the latest one? You know, it’s good, because there were some really good sounds in the mid-’60’s Beatle records. Thats’s really why I wanted to do that “Fab” one as well, to recreate some of those sounds.

Paul Cashmere: Were you ever disappointed that the Beatles stopped performing live when they did?

George Harrison: Not really. I was disappointed retrospectively. I was disappointed that we got so famous, because as musicians, we were a really good band in the early days. And the more fame that we got, the more the audience screamed and the more that we did just 20 or 30 minute shows of our latest singles. The musicianship kind of went out the window. And when I hang out with somebody like Eric Clapton, who, on the other hand never stopped touring and never got into that situation, he always just changed bands, he really became so fluent on his instrument. You know, we pigeonholed ourselves by the mania that was going on and the inability to perform for longer periods at a time, because of the way it was.

Paul Cashmere: The works got so intricate. You could never have done “Sgt Pepper” or “Abbey Road” live, could you?

George Harrison: But then again, if we’d have kept touring, we might not have gone into the studio to do those kind of intricate works. But the last tour we did, I remember trying to do “Paperback Writer”, which had a kind of double-tracked vocal and all that stuff, and it was a bit embarrassing at the time. I remember, “This isn’t making it. This doesn’t sound very good.” So I don’t know, but the Beatle tours were something else. You would have had to have been there to know how ridiculous it was. There was no way we could have continued under those circumstances.

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December 2, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, The Beatles, _ARTICLE, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Beatlemania? … you betcha!

A shedload of Beatles goodies here!

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The Best Beatles Collection Vol 1


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The Beatles – Discography (41 Albums) – Remastered by Dr. Ebbetts


The Beatles – Discography (41 Albums)
MP3@320Kbps | Remastered by Dr. Ebbetts
41 Albums | 614 Tracks | TT 1:03:48:51 | iTunes-compliant tags | 4.2 GB
Dr. Ebbetts specializes in releasing digital remasterings from long-deleted and hard-to-obtain vinyl records, particularly issues from the audiophile Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs (MFSL) label. Although the Ebbetts catalogue has many artists, it is most known for Beatles CDs transferred from the best quality MFSL releases, US releases and mono vinyl sources. While lables like Millenium, BEAT, Mirror Spock and Fabulous Sound Labs (FSL) also issue ‘needle drops’ of Beatles vinyl, Dr. Ebbetts is regarded by many audiophiles as being the highest quality. For those interested in the technical, one source close to the Dr says that Ebbetts says that he uses no noise reduction and that there’s no magic formula…just a good ear and patience.

Album List

  • 1962-1966 (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • 1967-1970 (US Stereo)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL) (Covers)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)
  • Abbey Road (MFSL)
  • Beatles For Sale (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)
  • Beatles VI (US Mono) (Covers)
  • Beatles VI (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)
  • Help! (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Help! (UK Mono)
  • Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono) (Covers)
  • Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Last Licks Live (2005) (Covers)
  • Let It Be (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005) (Covers)
  • Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)
  • Please Please Me (MFSL)
  • Please Please Me (UK Mono)
  • Rarities (US Mono-Stereo) (Covers)
  • Revolver (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Revolver (UK Mono) (Covers)
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Rubber Soul (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Rubber Soul (UK Mono)
  • Rubber Soul (US Mono) (Covers)
  • Second Album (US Stereo 2005)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono) (Covers)
  • The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
  • The Beatles (UK Mono)
  • With The Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005) (Covers)
  • With The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
  • With The Beatles (UK Mono)
  • Yellow Submarine (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Yellow Submarine (UK Mono) (Covers)
  • Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005) (Covers)
  • Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005) (Covers)
  • Yesterday & Today (US Mono) (Covers)

Album Track List
    1962-1966 (US Stereo)

    CD1

  • 01. Love Me Do
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. I Feel Fine
  • 04. Ticket to Ride
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Help!
  • 07. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
  • 08. We Can Work it Out
  • 09. Day Tripper
  • 10. Drive My Car
  • 11. Norwegian Wood
  • 12. Please Please Me
  • 13. Nowhere Man

    CD2

  • 01. Michelle
  • 02. In My Life
  • 03. Girl
  • 04. Paperback Writer
  • 05. Eleanor Rigby
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. From Me to You
  • 08. She Loves You
  • 09. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 10. All My Loving
  • 11. Can’t Buy me Love
  • 12. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 13. And I Love Her

    1967-1970 (US Stereo)

    CD1

  • 01. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 04. Lady Madonna
  • 05. Hey Jude
  • 06. Revolution
  • 07. Penny Lane
  • 08. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 09. With a Little Help from My Friends
  • 10. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
  • 11. A Day in the Life
  • 12. All You Need is Love
  • 13. I am the Walrus
  • 14. Hello, Goodbye

    CD2

  • 01. Back in the USSR
  • 02. Something
  • 03. Octopus’s Garden
  • 04. Let It be
  • 05. Across the Universe
  • 06. The Long and Winding Road
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Ob La Di, Ob La Da
  • 09. Get Back
  • 10. Don’t Let Me Down
  • 11. The Balad Of John and Yoko
  • 12. Old Brown Shoe
  • 13. Here Comes the Sun
  • 14. Come Together

    A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL)

  • 01. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 02. I Should Have Known Better
  • 03. If I Fell
  • 04. I’m Happy Just To Dance with You
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Tell Me Why
  • 07. Can’t Buy Me Love
  • 08. Any Time at All
  • 09. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 10. Things We Said Today
  • 11. When I Get Home
  • 12. You Can’t Do That
  • 13. I’ll Be Back

    A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)

  • 01. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 02. I Should Have Known Better
  • 03. If I Fell
  • 04. I’m Happy Just to Dance With You
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Tell Me Why
  • 07. Can’t Buy Me Love
  • 08. Any Time at All
  • 09. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 10. Things We Said Today
  • 11. When I Get Home
  • 12. You Can’t Do That
  • 13. I’ll Be Back

    Abbey Road (MFSL)

  • 01. Come Together
  • 02. Something
  • 03. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
  • 04. Oh! Darling
  • 05. Octopus’s Garden
  • 06. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)
  • 07. Here Comes the Sun
  • 08. Because
  • 09. You Never Give Me Your Money
  • 10. Sun King
  • 11. Mean Mr. Mustard
  • 12. Polythene Pam
  • 13. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
  • 14. Golden Slumbers
  • 15. Carry That Weight
  • 16. Oh_ Yeah…Alright…
  • 17. The End
  • 18. Her Majesty

    Beatles For Sale (MFSL)

  • 01. No Reply
  • 02. I’m A Loser
  • 03. Baby’s In Black
  • 04. Rock and Roll Music
  • 05. I’ll Follow the Sun
  • 06. Mr. Moonlight
  • 07. Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey)
  • 08. Eight Days a Week
  • 09. Words of Love
  • 10. Honey Don’t
  • 11. Every Little Thing
  • 12. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 13. What You’re Doing
  • 14. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby

    Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)

  • 01. No Reply
  • 02. I’m A Loser
  • 03. Baby’s in Black
  • 04. Rock and Roll Music
  • 05. I’ll Follow the Sun
  • 06. Mr. Moonlight
  • 07. Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey)
  • 08. Eight Days a Week
  • 09. Words of Love
  • 10. Honey Don’t
  • 11. Every Little Thing
  • 12. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 13. What You’re Doing
  • 14. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby

    Beatles VI (US Mono)

  • 01. Kansas City
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. You Like Me too Much
  • 04. Bad Boy
  • 05. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 06. Words of Love
  • 07. What You’re Doing
  • 08. Yes It Is
  • 09. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
  • 10. Tell Me What You See
  • 11. Every Little Thing

    Beatles VI (US Stereo)

  • 01. Kansas City
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. You Like Me Too Much
  • 04. Bad Boy
  • 05. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 06. Words of Love
  • 07. What You’re Doing
  • 08. Yes It Is
  • 09. Dizzy Miss Lizzie
  • 10. Tell Me What You See
  • 11. Every Little Thing

    Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)

  • 01. Please Please Me
  • 02. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 03. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 04. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 05. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 06. Ticket to Ride
  • 07. Yes It Is
  • 08. Day Tripper
  • 09. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 10. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 11. I Am the Walrus
  • 12. Only a Northern Song
  • 13. Revolution
  • 14. Her Majesty
  • 15. Let It Be
  • 16. Love Me Do
  • 17. From Me to You

    Help! (MFSL)

  • 01. Help!
  • 02. Night Before, The
  • 03. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
  • 04. I Need You
  • 05. Another Girl
  • 06. You’re Going to Lose that Girl
  • 07. Ticket to Ride
  • 08. Act Naturally
  • 09. It’s Only Love
  • 10. You Like Me Too Much
  • 11. Tell Me What You See
  • 12. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 13. Yesterday
  • 14. Dizzy Miss Lizzy

    Help! (UK Mono)

  • 01. Help!
  • 02. The Night Before
  • 03. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
  • 04. I Need You
  • 05. Another Girl
  • 06. You’re Going to Lose that Girl
  • 07. Ticket to Ride
  • 08. Act Naturally
  • 09. It’s Only Love
  • 10. You Like Me Too Much
  • 11. Tell Me What You See
  • 12. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 13. Yesterday
  • 14. Dizzy Miss Lizzy

    Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Baby It’s You
  • 09. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 10. A Taste of Honey
  • 11. There’s a Place
  • 12. Twist and Shout

    Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Baby It’s You
  • 09. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 10. A Taste of Honey
  • 11. There’s a Place
  • 12. Twist and Shout

    Last Licks Live (2005)

  • 01. Get Back #1
  • 02. Get Back #2
  • 03. Don’t Let Me Down #1
  • 04. I’ve Got a Feeling #1
  • 05. One After 909
  • 06. Dig a Pony
  • 07. I’ve Got a Feeling #2
  • 08. Don’t Let Me Down #2
  • 09. Get Back #3

    Let It Be (MFSL)

  • 01. Two of Us
  • 02. Dig A Pony
  • 03. Across The Universe
  • 04. I Me Mine
  • 05. Dig It
  • 06. Let It Be
  • 07. Maggie Mae
  • 08. I’ve Got a Feeling
  • 09. One After 909
  • 10. The Long and Winding Road
  • 11. For You Blue
  • 12. Get Back

    Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL)

  • 01. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Flying
  • 04. Blue Jay Way
  • 05. Your Mother Should Know
  • 06. I Am the Walrus
  • 07. Hello Goodbye
  • 08. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Baby You’re a Rich Man
  • 11. All You Need is Love

    Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005)

  • 01. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Flying
  • 04. Blue Jay Way
  • 05. Your Mother Should Know
  • 06. i Am the Walrus
  • 07. Hello Goodbye
  • 08. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Baby Your a Rich Man
  • 11. All You Need is Love

    Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 02. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 03. This Boy
  • 04. It Won’t be Long
  • 05. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 06. All My Loving
  • 07. Don’t Bother Me
  • 08. Little Child
  • 09. Every Little Thing
  • 10. Hold Me Tight
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Not a Second Time

    Please Please Me (MFSL)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Love Me Do
  • 09. P.S. I Love You
  • 10. Baby It’s You
  • 11. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 12. A Taste of Honey
  • 13. There’s a Place
  • 14. Twist and Shout

    Please Please Me (UK Mono)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Love Me Do
  • 09. P.S. I Love You
  • 10. Baby It’s You
  • 11. Do You Want To Know A Secret
  • 12. A Taste of Honey
  • 13. There’s a Place
  • 14. Twist and Shout

    Rarities (US Mono-Stereo)

  • 01. Love Me Do
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. There’s a Place
  • 04. Sie Liebt Dich
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Help!
  • 07. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 08. I Am the Walrus
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Helter Skelter
  • 11. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 12. The Inner Light
  • 13. Across the Universe
  • 14. You Know My Name (Look Up My Number)
  • 15. Sgt. Pepper Inner Groove

    Revolver (MFSL)

  • 01. Taxman
  • 02. Eleanor Rigby
  • 03. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 04. Love You To
  • 05. Here, There and Everywhere
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. She Said She Said
  • 08. Good Day Sunshine
  • 09. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 10. For No One
  • 11. Doctor Robert
  • 12. I Want To Tell You
  • 13. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 14. Tomorrow Never Knows

    Revolver (UK Mono)

  • 01. Taxman
  • 02. Eleanor Rigby
  • 03. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 04. Love You To
  • 05. Here, There and Everywhere
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. She Said She Said
  • 08. Good Day Sunshine
  • 09. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 10. For No One
  • 11. Doctor Robert
  • 12. I Want To Tell You
  • 13. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 14. Tomorrow Never Knows

    Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo)

  • 01. Twist and Shout
  • 02. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 03. You Can’t Do That
  • 04. I Wanna Be Your Man
  • 05. I Call Your Name
  • 06. Boys
  • 07. Long Tall Sally
  • 08. Rock and Roll Music
  • 09. Slow Down
  • 10. Kansas City
  • 11. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 12. Bad Boy
  • 13. Matchbox
  • 14. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 15. Dizzy Miss Lizzie
  • 16. Anytime at All
  • 17. Drive My Car
  • 18. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby
  • 19. The Night Before
  • 20. I’m Down
  • 21. Revolution
  • 22. Back In The USSR
  • 23. Helter Skelter
  • 24. Taxman
  • 25. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 26. Hey Bulldog
  • 27. Birthday
  • 28. Get Back

    Rubber Soul (MFSL)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. Norwegian Wood (this Bird has Flown)
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Nowhere Man
  • 05. Think for Yourself
  • 06. The Word
  • 07. Michelle
  • 08. What Goes On
  • 09. Girl
  • 10. I’m Looking Through You
  • 11. In My Life
  • 12. Wait
  • 13. If I Needed Someone
  • 14. Run for Your Life

    Rubber Soul (UK Mono)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. Norwegian Wood (this Bird has Flown)
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Nowhere Man
  • 05. Think for Yourself
  • 06. The Word
  • 07. Michelle
  • 08. What Goes On
  • 09. Girl
  • 10. I’m Looking Through You
  • 11. In My Life
  • 12. Wait
  • 13. If I Needed Someone
  • 14. Run for Your Life

    Rubber Soul (US Mono)

  • 01. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 02. Norwegian Wood
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Think for Yourself
  • 05. The Word
  • 06. Michelle
  • 07. It’s Only Love
  • 08. Girl
  • 09. I’m Looking Through You
  • 10. In My Life
  • 11. Wait
  • 12. Run For Your Life

    Second Album (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 02. Thank You Girl
  • 03. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 04. Devil in Her Heart
  • 05. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 06. You Can’t Do That
  • 07. Long Tall sally
  • 08. I Call Your Name
  • 09. Please Mr. Postman
  • 10. I’ll Get You
  • 11. She Loves You

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL)

  • 01. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 02. With A Little Help From My Friends
  • 03. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
  • 04. Getting Better
  • 05. Fixing A Hole
  • 06. She’s Leaving Home
  • 07. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
  • 08. Within You, Without You
  • 09. When I’m Sixty-Four
  • 10. Lovely Rita
  • 11. Good Morning, Good Morning
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
  • 13. A Day In The Life

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono)

  • 01. Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 02. A Little Help from My Friends
  • 03. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
  • 04. Getting Better
  • 05. Fixing a Hole
  • 06. She’s Leaving Home
  • 07. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite
  • 08. Within You Without You
  • 09. When I’m Sixty-Four
  • 10. Lovely Rita
  • 11. Good Morning Good Morning
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
  • 13. A Day in the Life

    The Beatles (MFSL)

    CD1

  • 01. Back in the USSR
  • 02. Dear Prudence
  • 03. Glass Onion
  • 04. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
  • 05. Wild Honey Pie
  • 06. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Happiness is a Warm Gun
  • 09. Martha My Dear
  • 10. I’m So Tired
  • 11. Blackbird
  • 12. Piggies
  • 13. Rocky Raccoon
  • 14. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 15. Why Don’t We Do it in the Road
  • 16. I Will
  • 17. Julia

    CD2

  • 01. Birthday
  • 02. Yer Blues
  • 03. Mother Nature’s Son
  • 04. Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
  • 05. Sexy Sadie
  • 06. Helter Skelter
  • 07. Long Long Long
  • 08. Revolution 1
  • 09. Honey Pie
  • 10. Savoy Truffle
  • 11. Cry Baby Cry
  • 12. Can You Take Me Back
  • 13. Revolution 9
  • 14. Good Night

    The Beatles (UK Mono)

    CD1

  • 01. Back in The USSR
  • 02. Dear Prudence
  • 03. Glass Onion
  • 04. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
  • 05. Wild Honey Pie
  • 06. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Happiness is a Warm Gun
  • 09. Martha My Dear
  • 10. I’m So Tired
  • 11. Blackbird
  • 12. Piggies
  • 13. Rocky Raccoon
  • 14. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 15. Why Don’t We Do it in the Road
  • 16. I Will
  • 17. Julia

    CD2

  • 01. Birthday
  • 02. Yer Blues
  • 03. Mother Nature’s Son
  • 04. Everbody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me And My Monkey
  • 05. Sexy Sadie
  • 06. Helter Skelter
  • 07. Long, Long, Long
  • 08. Revolution 1
  • 09. Honey Pie
  • 10. Savoy Truffle
  • 11. Cry Baby Cry
  • 12. Revolution 9
  • 13. Good Night

    With the Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Devil in Her Heart
  • 13. Not a Second Time
  • 14. Money

    With The Beatles (MFSL)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got To Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There Was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold On Me
  • 11. I Wanna Be Your Man
  • 12. Devil In Her Heart
  • 13. Not A Second Time
  • 14. Money (That’s What I Want)

    With the Beatles (UK Mono)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Devil in Her Heart
  • 13. Not a Second Time
  • 14. Money (That’s What I Want)

    Yellow Submarine (MFSL)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only a Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All Too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Pepperland
  • 08. Sea of Time
  • 09. Sea of Holes
  • 10. Sea of Monsters
  • 11. March of the Meanies
  • 12. Pepperland Laid Waste
  • 13. Yellow Submarine in Pepperland

    Yellow Submarine (UK Mono)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only a Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Pepperland
  • 08. Sea of Time
  • 09. Sea of Holes
  • 10. Sea of Monsters
  • 11. March of the Meanies
  • 12. Pepperland Laid Waste
  • 13. Yellow Submarine in Pepperland

    Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only A Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All Too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
  • 08. Eleanor Rigby
  • 09. Nowhere Man
  • 10. When I’m Sixty Four
  • 11. Love You To
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonley Hearts C
  • 13. With A Little Help From My Fr
  • 14. Baby, You’re a Rich Man
  • 15. Think for Yourself

    Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 03. Nowhere Man
  • 04. Doctor Robert
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Act Naturally
  • 07. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 08. If I Needed Someone
  • 09. We Can Work It Out
  • 10. What Goes On
  • 11. Day Tripper

    Yesterday and Today (US Mono)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 03. Nowhere Man
  • 04. Dr. Robert
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Act Naturally
  • 07. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 08. If I Needed Someone
  • 09. We Can Work It Out
  • 10. What Goes On
  • 11. Day Tripper

Here she be:

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October 11, 2008 Posted by | Canon, George Harrison, John Lennon, Music_Pop, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

THE BEATLES – Discography (41 albums, above @256)

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BEATLES – Discography (41 albums, above @256)

The greatest complete body of music work either side of Bach and Dylan!

* 1962-1966 (US Stereo) (Covers)
* 1967-1970 (US Stereo)
* A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL) (Covers)
* A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)
* Abbey Road (MFSL)
* Beatles For Sale (MFSL) (Covers)
* Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)
* Beatles VI (US Mono) (Covers)
* Beatles VI (US Stereo) (Covers)
* Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)
* Help! (MFSL) (Covers)
* Help! (UK Mono)
* Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono) (Covers)
* Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo) (Covers)
* Last Licks Live (2005) (Covers)
* Let It Be (MFSL) (Covers)
* Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL) (Covers)
* Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005) (Covers)
* Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)
* Please Please Me (MFSL)
* Please Please Me (UK Mono)
* Rarities (US Mono-Stereo) (Covers)
* Revolver (MFSL) (Covers)
* Revolver (UK Mono) (Covers)
* Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo) (Covers)
* Rubber Soul (MFSL) (Covers)
* Rubber Soul (UK Mono)
* Rubber Soul (US Mono) (Covers)
* Second Album (US Stereo 2005)
* Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL) (Covers)
* Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono) (Covers)
* The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
* The Beatles (UK Mono)
* With The Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005) (Covers)
* With The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
* With The Beatles (UK Mono)
* Yellow Submarine (MFSL) (Covers)
* Yellow Submarine (UK Mono) (Covers)
* Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005) (Covers)
* Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005) (Covers)
* Yesterday & Today (US Mono) (Covers)

Here she be:

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http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..S_Mono.rar
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http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..p_MFSL.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..K_Mono.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..S_Mono.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..Stereo.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..S_Mono.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..e_MFSL.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..S_Mono.rar
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http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..Stereo.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..r_MFSL.rar
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http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..S_Mono.rar
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http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part3.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part3.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..Stereo.rar
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http://rapidshare.com/files/13…..K_Mono.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/13……part2.rar
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no pass

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September 5, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, John Lennon, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Pop, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

George Harrison & London Radha-Krishna Temple – Chant And Be Happy (1969 )

George Harrison & London Radha-Krishna Temple – 1969
– Chant And Be Happy

Rather strange one this! Our favourite Beatle, George singing Hindu devotional Kirtans with a temple group from London, circa 1969!

Two of the songs on this album were huge hits on the British charts and in fact worldwide.

The tracks feature George Harrison on harmonium, guitar & bass guitar, Tamal Krishna on Goswami-flute, Harivilas Oud, Yamuna, Jivananda, Lilavati, Yogesvara on lead vocals, along with various assembled devotees contributing vocals, mridanga & kartals! Don’t ask me what the fuck half of these instruments are – or even if they are really instruments!

Tracklisting

01 – Govinda
02 – Sri Guruvastakam
03 – Sri Ishopanishad
04 – Bhaja Bhakatau Arati
05 – Bhajahu Re Mana
06 – Hare Krishna Mantra
07 – Govinda Jaya Jaya


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August 10, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, Music_Alternative, Music_Chillout, The Beatles, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

George Harrison – Live InJapan -1992

George Harrison – Live In Japan -1992

Our favourite Beatle in a live performance from Tokyo back in 92.

A lot from his solo catalogue, a few covers as well as a few Beatles classics!

Tracklisting

DISC 1:

01. Want to Tell You
02. Old Brown Shoe
03. Taxman
04. Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)
05. If I Needed Someone
06. Something
07. What Is Life
08. Dark Horse
09. Piggies
10.Got My Mind Set on You

DISC 2:

01. Cloud Nine
02. Here Comes the Sun
03. My Sweet Lord
04. All Those Years Ago
05. Cheer Down
06. Devil’s Radio
07. Isn’t It a Pity
08. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
09. Roll Over Beethoven

Here she be:

Georgie Boy!

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July 23, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, Music_ClassicRock, Music_Pop, The Beatles, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison



“It was good. It was like we were dreaming”

Nice piece from an upcoming interview with Macca about the late great George in the great Uncut magazine.
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Sir Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison
Jul 1 2008

PAUL McCartney has told of the last touching moments he spent with George Harrison just days before the former Beatle’s death.

Macca, 66, revealed how he held hands with his old bandmate, who died of cancer in November 2001 at the age of 58.

And he said they joked about their old haunts as Harrison lay desperately ill.

In a 13-page tribute to The Beatles guitarist in Uncut magazine, McCartney said: “We held hands.

“It’s funny, even at the height of our friendship – as guys – you would never hold hands. But it was lovely.

“I sat with him for a few hours when he was in treatment just outside New York.

“He was about 10 days away from his death, as I recall. He was very poorly.

“But it was lovely, really lovely, and the years just stripped back.

“He was my little baby brother, almost, because I’d known him that long.”

McCartney also spoke about having a row with Harrison over the recording of one of The Beatles’ biggest hits.

He said: “What started happening, I think, was that I’d started getting on George’s nerves.

“One prime example was when we were doing Hey Jude.

“George started answering my vocals on his guitar.

“He was filling all the gaps. Now, what do you say? ‘Er, look, man, do you mind?’ “You’ve got to put it diplomatically. But you’ve got to say, ‘I don’t want that in the arrangement’.

“And certainly in that case, he took umbrage.”

July 4, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, OTHER_ARTICLE, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _MUSIC, _OTHER | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison



“It was good. It was like we were dreaming”

Nice piece from an upcoming interview with Macca about the late great George in the great Uncut magazine.
https://i1.wp.com/george-harrison.info/george_harrison_2.jpg

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/

Sir Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison
Jul 1 2008

PAUL McCartney has told of the last touching moments he spent with George Harrison just days before the former Beatle’s death.

Macca, 66, revealed how he held hands with his old bandmate, who died of cancer in November 2001 at the age of 58.

And he said they joked about their old haunts as Harrison lay desperately ill.

In a 13-page tribute to The Beatles guitarist in Uncut magazine, McCartney said: “We held hands.

“It’s funny, even at the height of our friendship – as guys – you would never hold hands. But it was lovely.

“I sat with him for a few hours when he was in treatment just outside New York.

“He was about 10 days away from his death, as I recall. He was very poorly.

“But it was lovely, really lovely, and the years just stripped back.

“He was my little baby brother, almost, because I’d known him that long.”

McCartney also spoke about having a row with Harrison over the recording of one of The Beatles’ biggest hits.

He said: “What started happening, I think, was that I’d started getting on George’s nerves.

“One prime example was when we were doing Hey Jude.

“George started answering my vocals on his guitar.

“He was filling all the gaps. Now, what do you say? ‘Er, look, man, do you mind?’ “You’ve got to put it diplomatically. But you’ve got to say, ‘I don’t want that in the arrangement’.

“And certainly in that case, he took umbrage.”

July 4, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, OTHER_ARTICLE, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _MUSIC, _OTHER | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan – My Back Pages (two great versions!)

Ah, but I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now.

A sublime classic from his Bobness.

Two fine versions here;

  • Bob performs the classic live in Toronto in 1998.
  • “My Back Pages” Live in 1992 at the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert where a true “All-Star” line-up of performers (including Neil Young,Tom Petty,George Harrison,Eric Clapton,Roger McGuinn) knock out this Dylan classic.

Big thanks to juanchysGD and hue37!

Crimson flames tied through my ears

Rollin’ high and mighty traps

Pounced with fire on flaming roads

Using ideas as my maps

“We’ll meet on edges, soon,” said I

Proud ‘neath heated brow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

Half-wracked prejudice leaped forth

“Rip down all hate,” I screamed

Lies that life is black and white

Spoke from my skull. I dreamed

Romantic facts of musketeers

Foundationed deep, somehow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

Girls’ faces formed the forward path

From phony jealousy

To memorizing politics

Of ancient history

Flung down by corpse evangelists

Unthought of, though, somehow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

A self-ordained professor’s tongue

Too serious to fool

Spouted out that liberty

Is just equality in school

“Equality,” I spoke the word

As if a wedding vow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

In a soldier’s stance, I aimed my hand

At the mongrel dogs who teach

Fearing not that I’d become my enemy

In the instant that I preach

My pathway led by confusion boats

Mutiny from stern to bow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

Yes, my guard stood hard when abstract threats

Too noble to neglect

Deceived me into thinking

I had something to protect

Good and bad, I define these terms

Quite clear, no doubt, somehow.

Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.

“My Back Pages” Live in Toronto in 1998;




“My Back Pages” Live at the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert;

This clip comes from the Fall of 1992.

his is an “All-Star” line-up of performers (including Neil Young,Tom Petty,George Harrison,Eric Clapton,Roger McGuinn) knock out the Dylan classic “My Back Pages”.

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June 25, 2008 Posted by | Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Music_ClassicRock, Neil Young, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

George Harrison – Pirate Songs (1995)

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Bootleg / Mp3

A good George bootleg, this contains stuff like Mo – an outtake from 1977, a tribute to Mo Ostin of Warner Bros, which was allegedly slated for release on George’s 1979 album, as well as The Best of Dark Horse, but George was urged not to in both cases by Mo himself. Too bad. It’s a cheerful little tune, rich with George’s slide guitar.

This is so good, you could play it to your friends and unless they are ‘in the know’ they wouldn’t even realise this is a bootleg.

Vigotone and the sub labels have consistently put out fantastic stuff until getting busted in summer of 2001 (you’d think the FBI had better things to focus on pre 9/11…).

The non-CDR original release sells for quite a bit of money these days.

Highlights are the funky demo for “Sue Me Sue You Blues” (I believe this has now been officially released on the “Living In The Material World” remaster) and “Mo”, which I thought would be a throwaway track but is actually a beautiful song.

Given the fickle nature of the record buying public, George Harrison spent most of his solo career in a commercial slump.

He was always out of luck. Back in the Beatles, it is well known that Mc Cartney and Lennon vetoed many great Harrison songs from appearing on certain albums. Just check out some of the many Beatles boots to hear some of this great George stuff.

His solo career was infinitely better than all of Mc Cartney’s and equalled some of Lennon’s.

Many of his great songs did not achieve the renown they deserved. It’s a shame. Many of them are my personal favorites.

George Harrison – MY SWEET LORD
George sings “My sweet Lord” during the Concert for Bangladesh (1972)

Tracklisting

1. The Pirate Song
2. Bangla Desh
3. Deep Blue
4. Miss O’Dell
5. Dark Horse
6. Sue Me Sue You Blues
7. Mo
8. Life Itself
9. Hari’s On Tour (Express)
10. For You Blue
11. Sat Singing
12. Lay His Head
13. Flying Hour
14. Tears of the World
15. Hottest Gong in Town
16. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
17. Maxine
18. End of the Line
19. My Sweet Lord

Here’s georgie boy

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George Harrison & Bob Dylan & Many Others – All Along the Watchtower (live 1987)


Short interview with George Harrison followed by “All along the Watchtower” at the Rock and Roll hall of fame concert.

Appearing are George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Paul Schaffer, Sid McGuiness (Guitar Player from Late Night) Mick Jagger, Little Richard, Billy Joel, Bruce The Boss,Max Weinberg, Little Stevey, Hall and Oats, Ben E King, Les Paul himself, Rick Springfield and Yoko the ultimate party crasher!

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George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal – Honey Don’t (Live 1987)



You ought to know, I like the way you wear your clothes!

The late great George Harrison goes on stage with Taj Mahal at the Palomino Club Hollywood Feb 19th 1987.

Also getting up was Bob Dylan, John Fogerty and Jessie Ed Davis!

Bob sure looks like he’s enjoying himself being a sideman!

He performs Carl Perkins great Honey Don’t, which of course had been covered years earlier by the Beatles.

George ended up staying for over an hour on stage! They had to heve the bouncers remove him!

Well how can you say you will when you won’t,
Say you do, baby, when you don’t?
Let me know, honey, how you feel
Tell the truth how is love real.

But oh well honey don’t, well honey don’t,
Honey don’t, honey don’t, honey don’t
I say you will when you won’t, oh honey, don’t.

Well I love you, baby, and you ought to know
I like the way you wear your clothes,
If it’s in a batch you were so doggone sweet,
You got that sand all over your feet.

Well sometimes I love you on a Saturday night,
Sunday morning you don’t look right.
You’ve been out painting the town,
Uh baby, been stepping around.

May 12, 2008 Posted by | Carl Perkins, George Harrison, Music_ClassicRock, Taj Mahal, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Bruce Springsteen – Here Comes The Sun

Bruce covers this George Harrison classic in a 2001 Tribute.

April 24, 2008 Posted by | Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison, Music_ClassicRock, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

If Not For You – Bob Dylan and George Harrison

Two of the great geniuses of modern music.

An outtake from the Concert for Bangladesh.



Bob and George belt out the Dylan classic 1970 song If Not For You which originally appeared on the under-rated Dylan album “New Morning” which represented a fine return to form by Dylan after a hiatus and some, apparently deliberately bad albums.

Bob and George had collaborated quite a lot before that time and had actually written a few songs together.





March 5, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment