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Hari on tour
George in concert at the Inglewood Forum
George in the Cavern Club


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George Harrison could play 25 instruments:
guitar, sitar, 4-string guitar, bass, violin,
tamboura, dobra, swordmandel,
tabla, organ, piano, moog synthesizer,
harmonica, autoharp, glockenspiel, vibraphone,
xylophone, claves, African drum, conga drum,
tympani, ukulele, mandolin, marimba, Jal-Tarang.

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George Harrison

February 24, 1943 – November 29, 2001

February 24, 1943 - George Harrison is born in Liverpool.

February, 1958 - George joins the Quarrymen.

December, 1960 - George is forced to leave Germany for working underage without a permit.
January 1961 - The Beatles debut at the Cavern Club.

August 3, 1963 - The Beatles play their farewell show at the Cavern Club, having logged almost three hundred performances there.

The Beatles - Black Jackets
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February 7, 1964 - The Beatles begin their first US tour.

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February 9 and 16, 1964 - The Beatles headline twice on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, for a $3,500 performance.

March 1964 - Shooting begins on the Beatles' first feature film, A Hard Day's Night,
"Can't Buy Me Love" tops the charts both in Britain and America.

The Beatles (Paul Mc Cartney and Georges Harrison)
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Spring 1965 - John, Cynthia, George Harrison, and Pattie Boyd inadvertently take their first LSD trip when a dentist-friend of Harrison's spikes their coffee.

Georges Harrison, 1966
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July 29, 1965 - Help! has its world premiere in London's West End. Reviews hail the Beatles as "modern Marx Brothers."

August 1965 - The Beatles meet Elvis Presley at his home in Bel Air. Not knowing their individual names, Elvis refers to each as "Beatle."

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January, 1966 - George and Pattie Boyd get married.

September, 1966 - George leads The Beatles to visit the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in India, and there develops his lifelong passion for Indian music and mysticism.

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January, 1969 - George and Paul argue during the filming of the movie Let It Be. George storms out of Abbey Road Studios, but is later coaxed back by Paul.

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January, 1969 - George performs with The Beatles for the last time on the rooftop of Abbey Road studios.

April 10, 1970 - The Beatles break up for good. For George, this is a liberation day.

The Beatles - Abbey Road
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August, 1971 - George appeared at "The Concert for Bangladesh" at madison Square Garden. He was surrounded by a number of rock stars, including Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Billy preston, Badfinger, and Ravi Shankar.

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1972 - Louise, George's mother dies.
Summer, 1974 - George tours the United States, but is poorly received by critics and fans alike.

I was at the Forum in Los Angeles for 2 of his shows and still have an unused ticket (the mate sold a few years ago for over $350.00). George was actually booed as the band left the stage after the first set. Billy Preston brought them back around and had the place rocking good, then George and his band came back out dressed in the hippie cowboy duds below and opened the second set with "LA, Your crazy, but we love you" a song I've not been able to find anywhere.

I was 5 rows behind the stage during the second show and came with 5 good doobies which I lit and tried to pass around, only a few people around me took my offer, the rest looked around sheeplishly, fearing security I suppose. George caught a whiff from the stage and turned around and smiled at the cloud of smoke around me. I was too young and dumb to bring a camera of course. During the first show I was filled with the spirit during a rousing "My Sweet Lord" and took to the asile dancing. A spot light found me and even from the nosebleed section I saw George turn around and play to me, dancing alone in the asile.

Ravi Shankars portion of the concert was transcendental for me, an experience I'll never forget. I got to see Ravi in Anchorage many years later and he still lifted my soul with his ragas. The crowd at the Forum applauded the Ravi shankar band after their tune up. I felt like I was lost in a sea of fools with only me and the band understanding how shallow their small lives were.

Hari on tour
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Shortly after this the Concert for Bangladesh movie played at a theater in Santa Monica. I went to an afternoon show and was not the only one causing smoke clouds to fill the theater. So much for no smoking in the theater, the ushers just stood in the back, helpless against the overwhelming will of the Beatle People.

1976 - George Harrison was sued for his song My Sweet Lord
for allegedly infringing the copyright on the song He's So Fine composed by Ronald Mack and performed by The Chiffons

January, 1977 - After five years of discord, George and Pattie are divorced. She then marries Eric Clapton who had long had a "crush" on her.

June, 1977 - George meets Olivia Arrias, and the two begin living together.

1978 - Harold, George's father, dies.

August 1, 1978 - George and Olivia are the proud parents of a son whom they name Dhani.

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August 8, 1978 - George and Olivia get married.

1980 - George's book, I, Me, Mine is published. (click on the book cover to purchase it)

1988 - George joins a new band, "The Travelling Wilburys," and their debut album is released to much critical acclaim.


January, 1994 -George is reunited with Paul and Ringo to work on two new Beatles' songs, "Free As A Bird" and "Real Love," and he becomes involved in the Anthology project.

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George Harrison Any Road Computer Wallpaper

Any Road is a great song, but any wallpaper just won't do. Let the world know you love George.


George Harrison

George Harrison Brainwashed Computer Wallpaper

Check out this bright yellow wallpaper featuring art from his Grammy nominated album, Brainwashed.

November 29, 2001 - George dies of cancer in Los Angeles.

Concert For George

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