Friday, 27 February 2015

George Harrison remembered by Alan White, Joey Molland, Robben Ford + others

We’re celebrating the late George Harrison’s birthday by revisiting some signature moments with collaborators from his earliest days of post-Beatles music making.
Gary Wright’s association with Harrison spanned the ages, beginning with his torrential triple-album debut then continuing through to his late-1980s comeback — and beyond. George Harrison projects helped launch Derek and the Dominos, even as they offered us a tucked-away chance to enjoy the star-crossed talents of Badfinger once more.
George Harrison also provided early spotlights for Alan White, years before he would become the long-tenured drummer for Yes; and Robben Ford, who would ultimately work with Joni Mitchell, Kiss and Miles Davis while crafting a superlative career of his own in roots music.
Each of them joined us to reminisce about what George Harrison meant to them, sharing new insights into both the man and his music …

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After The Pearl
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The Pilgrim
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Demos Old And New
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Return To Memphis
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This Way Up
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