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George Harrison

Author: John Blaney
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ISBN: 9780995515413
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George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 2 is the companion to Vol. 1 published in February 2016. Vol. 2 is an in-depth illustrated critical review of George Harrison's solo recording career from 1981 to the release in 2002 of his posthumous 'Brainwashed' album and subsequent compilation albums.

George Harrison

Author: John Blaney
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ISBN: 9780995515420
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George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 2 is the companion to Vol. 1 published in February 2016. George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 2 is an in-depth illustrated critical review of a remarkable musician, songwriter, producer and star. It maps his career from 1981 to the release in 2002 of his posthumous 'Brainwashed' album and subsequent compilation albums. It places his songs in their historical, cultural and, crucially, spiritual context and maps his stylistic developments. It traces his creative highs and lows and reveals the stories behind the songs of one of modern music's giants. Packed with information for collectors, George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 2 includes release dates, catalogue numbers, information about recording personnel, recording studios and UK and US label variations. It's packed with hundreds of colour illustrations including, album sleeves, picture sleeves, promotional records, trade advertisements and more.

George Harrison

Author: John Blaney
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ISBN: 9780954452889
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George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 1 is the first in-depth illustrated critical review of a remarkable musician, songwriter, producer and star. It maps his career from 1968 to in 1979. It places his songs in their historical, cultural and, crucially, spiritual context, and maps his stylistic developments, which saw him reject Phil Spector's turgid Wall of Sound in favour of something more anodyne and modest. It traces his creative highs and lows and reveals the stories behind the songs of one of modern music's giants. Packed with information for collectors, George Harrison: Soul Man Vol. 1 includes release dates, catalogue numbers, information about recording personnel, recording studios and UK and US label variations. It's packed with hundreds of colour illustrations including, album sleeves, picture sleeves, promotional records, trade advertisements and more.

I Me Mine

Author: George Harrison
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811859004
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Offers a rare inside view of the Beatles and the cultural revolution of which they were a part, with a personal recollection of Harrison's evolution as a musician and composer.

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Author: Simon Leng
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781423406099
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Kronologisk gennemgang af George Harrisons sange med hovedvægt på tiden efter 1968

Life Remembering George Harrison

Author: The Editors of LIFE
Publisher: Life
ISBN: 9781603202435
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From the editors who have previously brought forth bestselling illustrated biographies on the Beatles as a group and John Lennon in particular, now comes Remembering George Harrison: 10 Years Later. He was the quiet Beatle only in that he was standing alongside two louder-than-life characters and in front of a guy playing drums. He held many strong opinions — on Beatlemania, on global want, on his right to privacy, on his God — and gave firm voice to most of them. But George Harrison was certainly the most reluctant Beatle, wanting out almost as soon as he was in. He often said that his luckiest break was joining the band and his second luckiest was leaving it. The standard line is that George Harrison was an enigma, but perhaps he was transparent: a terrific guitarist, a fine songwriter, a wonderer, a seeker and, overriding all, a celebrity who hated and feared celebrity. George Harrison died at a friend's home in Los Angeles ten years ago, in late 2001, at age 58, losing his last battle with cancer. He was beloved, and had been for a long time. He had thrived in the aftermath of the band's breakup, becoming a recording artist on the level of his former mates McCartney and Lennon. He became as well the Happy Mystic, leading his legion of fans — of followers — toward a more meaningful way of living. As would be expected from LIFE, it is all here in pictures — the Hamburg days, the Cavern Club, the craze that was Beatlemania, the fun movies, the psychedelic period, the solo years (replete with Harrison's reaction to Lennon's death, and the subsequent attack on him and his wife at his English estate). The photographers who knew George and the Beatles best — Astrid Kirchherr in Hamburg; Terence Spencer in the UK; Harry Benson in London, Paris and the U.S.; Bob Whitaker as the band's official photographer during the halcyon years; LIFE's John Loengard and Bill Eppridge throughout it all-are all here, as they were in our book on Lennon. This is an intimate look back, with many visual surprises. The narrative is largely written by (and the book is edited by) LIFE managing editor Robert Sullivan, who wrote TIME magazine's cover story on George's passing 10 years ago. One of the many marvels of the Beatles was that, although they all emerged from working-class Liverpool backgrounds, they were such distinct and fiercely individualistic personalities. None more so than George Harrison, who started well in the shadows and came to stand for something very large, and beautiful. This is his book.

George Harrison Behind The Locked Door

Author: Graeme Thomson
Publisher: Omnibus Press
ISBN: 0857128582
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Behind The Locked Door is Graeme Thomson’s rich, insightful account of George Harrison’s extraordinary life and career. This Omnibus Enhanced digital edition includes Spotify sections, detailing Harrison’s early influences, his contributions within The Beatles and the best of his solo career. Additionally, an interactive Digital Timeline leads you through a collage of music, videos and images, displaying live performances, interviews, memorabilia and more. As a Beatle, Harrison underwent a bewilderingly compressed early adulthood, buffeted by unprecedented levels of fame and success, from schoolboy to global superstar. "Beatlemania" offered remarkable experiences and opportunities, and yet dissatisfaction still gnawed within. His life became a quest for meaning and truth which travelled far beyond the parameters of his former band and his former self. This elegant, in-depth biography tracks these changes and conflicts, marking the struggle of walking a spiritual path lined with temptation. Drawing on scores of interviews with close friends and collaborators, rigorous research and critical insight, Behind The Locked Door is a fascinating account of an often misunderstood man. As well as an intimate character study, it offers a full analysis of Harrison’s music, from his earliest songs for the Beatles to his landmark solo album All Things Must Pass, his work with The Traveling Wilburys and the posthumous Brainwashed. Behind The Locked Door provides the definitive account of a compelling, contradictory and enlightening life.

Paul Mccartney

Author: John Blaney
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ISBN: 9780954452827
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Paul McCartney: The Songs He Was Singing traces the ups-and-downs of a remarkable career. Using facts, figures and anecdotes, it reveals the influences and stories behind every song written by Paul McCartney from 1967 to 1979, who played on them, where and when. Taking an in-depth look at McCartney's recording sessions, Paul McCartney: The Songs He Was Singing unravels the stimuli of contemporary events, the musical influences that have shaped his life and the studio experimentation that helped fashion his music. Paul McCartney: The Songs He Was Singing is a fascinating guide to Paul McCartney and his music that maps his journey from ex-Beatle to twenty-first century renaissance man. Fully illustrated with over 300 examples of rare album artwork and record labels, this is the ultimate exploration of the ex-Beatle's solo recording career.

Maximum Volume

Author: Kenneth Womack
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613731922
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Maximum Volume offers a glimpse into the mind, the music, and the man behind the sound of the Beatles. George Martin's working-class childhood and musical influences profoundly shaped his early career as head of the EMI Group's Parlophone Records. Out of them flowed the genius behind his seven years producing the Beatles' incredible body of work, including such albums as Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and Abbey Road. The first book of two, Maximum Volume traces Martin's early years as a scratch pianist, his life in the Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War, and his groundbreaking work as the head of Parlophone Records, when Martin saved the company from ruin after making his name as a producer of comedy recordings. In its most dramatic moments, Maximum Volume narrates the story of Martin's unlikely discovery of the Beatles and his painstaking efforts to prepare their newfangled sound for the British music marketplace. As the story unfolds, Martin and the band craft numerous number-one hits, progressing towards the landmark album Rubber Soul—all of which bear Martin's unmistakable musical signature.