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Let It Roll: Songs of George Harrison

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An inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as both a Beatle and a solo artist, the late George’s entire solo career is profiled for the first time on Let It Roll: Songs of George Harrison. The compilation is culled from his six major studio albums, with his Fab Four years represented by a trio of live cuts from his legendary Concert for Bangladesh benefit at Madison Square Garden in 1971. In addition to signature songs such as “My Sweet Lord” and “When We Was Fab,” this collection boasts rarities such as “Cheer Down” (a collaboration with Tom Petty), the Bob Dylan cover "I Don't Want to Do It," and a demo version of “Isn’t It a Pity.” Let It Roll also includes a beautiful 24-page digital booklet.

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All Those Years Ago

while this album has many legs to stand on the two that really stands out to me is All Those Years Ago (a reunion of George, Paul and Ringo shortly after John's assassination in NY) and When We Was Fab (a recollection type song of what life was like as a Beatle) George had so many songs written as a Beatle but we weren't given the chance to hear them till the band broke up and they began their solo careers. Thanks to the music standing up against the test of Time George has reached immortality in his recordings. Other songs to consider are My Sweet Lord, Got My Mind Set On You, Wah-Wah, Cracker Box Palace, Dark Horse (if you search for Dark Horse a warning: George was battling something that was seriously affecting his voice so he doesn't the same), Bangla-Desh, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth) and What is Life

always love him

oh, george, what a talent you were. you'll live on in our hearts and through your music. always my favorite Beatle. it's always the quiet one with the most heart

What About Dark Horse?

While I have no issue with the choices on the album, I am always befuddled as to why there is never any mention of Dark Horse, which I believe IS one of George Harrison's best albums. Songs like So Sad, Ding Dong, Ding Dong, and Far East Man are captivating efforts which should be included in any Greatest HIts collection

Biography

Genre: Rock

Nicknamed "the Quiet Beatle" at the height of Beatlemania, George Harrison did indeed seem somewhat reserved compared to the other members of the Fab Four. He favored wry wit to Ringo Starr's clowning, and he never indulged in either John Lennon's penchant for controversy or Paul McCartney's crowd-pleasing antics. He preferred sly provocations to larger-than-life bravado. Harrison's measured, considered persona was reflected in his music, particularly his clean, composed lead guitar parts but also...
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