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  1. George Harrison Songs by George Harrison 2: 1992 "I Dig Love" George Harrison All Things Must Pass: 1970 "I Don't Care Anymore" George Harrison Non-album single B-side of "Dark Horse" (US) and "Ding Dong, Ding Dong" (UK) 1974 "I Don't Want to Do It" Bob Dylan † Porky's Revenge! (soundtrack) 1985 "I Live for You" George Harrison

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  2. Die Liste der Lieder von George Harrison enthält von dem verstorbenen britischen Pop-Rock-Sänger veröffentlichte Liedtitel. Singleauskopplungen sind fett markiert. Titel. Album. Jahr. Autor / Autoren. Anmerkungen. 7 Deadly Sins. Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3.

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    A Bit More Of You
    A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall Live
    Absolutely Sweet Marie Live
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    • If I Needed Someone
    • Taxman
    • Within You Without You
    • While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    • Here Comes The Sun
    • Something
    • I Me Mine
    • My Sweet Lord
    • I’d Have You Anytime
    • Beware of Darkness

    After falling in love with the jangly sound of the Byrds, George Harrison snapped up an electric 12-string guitar and turned the opening riff of that band’s “Bells of Rhymney” into this gem from Rubber Soul. The lyrics were an ode to Pattie Boyd who Harrison married one month after the release of the album.

    The opening track to 1966’s Revolverwas a funky screed aimed at the British government’s egregious taxation of the band’s wealth. Though it was Harrison’s song, the furious guitar solo was played by Paul McCartney. Mod punks The Jam would later borrow elements of this song for their 1980 single “Start!”

    Harrison supposedly spent eight hours a day studying the sitar during a 1966 visit to India. And he used that instrument to psychedelic effect on this classic from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. He’s joined by members of London’s Asian Music Circle on percussion.

    Legend has it that Harrison, frustrated with his Beatles bandmates’ indifference to recording this song, forced their hand by bringing his buddy Eric Clapton in to play the track’s stunning guitar solo. “It’s interesting to see how nicely people behave when you bring a guest in,” Harrison remembered.

    Harrison knocked out one of his most indelible songs in one burst of creativity while walking through his friend Eric Clapton’s garden. This and “Something,” both from Abbey Road, led Ringo Starrto note of his bandmate’s songwriting talent, “It’s interesting that George was coming to the fore and we were just breaking up.”

    “Something” was one of Harrison’s best moments as a songwriter in The Beatles, but he was so iffy on the song he gave it to Joe Cocker to record first. Released as the lead single from Abbey Road in 1969, the song earned praise from bandmate John Lennon (he called it “the best track on the album”) and Frank Sinatrawho deemed it “the greatest love s...

    The last song recorded by the Beatles before their 1970 breakup. And the song that most directly addressed the growing friction within the band. Originally only a minute-and-a-half long, the finished song was doubled in post-production under the direction of Phil Spector.

    The first single by an ex-Beatle to reach #1 on the charts in the US and the UK. Originally recorded by Billy Preston, this was also the first release from Harrison’s first solo album All Things Must Pass. The recorded featured an all-star cast of players including Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton, and members of Badfinger.

    The opening track on Harrison’s first solo album All Things Must Pass. Co-written with Bob Dylanduring a stay at his house in Woodstock, NY. The folk artist supplied the song’s bridge and title, while another famous guitarist, Eric Clapton, played lead on the recording.

    One of the last songs Harrison wrote for All Things Must Pass. A shimmering ballad that has been interpreted as reflecting his spiritual struggles and his discomfort with dealing with the business side of the Beatles. Performed by Harrison and Leon Russell at the 1971 Concert For Bangladesh.

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    • The Beatles – Do You Want To Know A Secret. Die Beatles wurden in jeder Hinsicht vom Dreamteam McCartney/Lennon dominiert. Aber George Harrison nutzte regelmäßig die Gelegenheit, über seine Gitarristenrolle hinauszugehen.
    • The Beatles – Within You Without You. Mitte der 1960er konvertierte Harrison zum Hinduismus und entwickelte ein Faible für die indische Kultur und Musik.
    • The Beatles – Something. Harrison schreibe eine mehr und weniger bekannte Songs der Beatles – unter anderem Here Comes The Sun oder Taxman. Eine seiner erfolgreichsten Kompositionen überhaupt wurde Something, die Frank Sinatra den größten Lovesong aller Zeiten nannte.
    • The Beatles – While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Ohne den genialen Leadgitarristen Harrison wäre der Sound der Beatles nicht der selbe gewesen. Aber ausgerechnet auf diesem Harrison-Song, den er seinem Instrument widmete, spielte er sie nicht selbst, sondern lud seinen Freund Eric Clapton ins Studio ein, der ein paar intensive Soli beisteuerte, während Harrison singt.