Sunday, August 5 2012
George Harrison’s recorded work from 1974-82 tells the tale of a talented muse who lost his way.
Sunday, September 20 2009
The minute I saw George in those blue jeans, work shirt, and those sand-colored boots, I had to have them, and that was exactly what I wore for the months that followed.
Monday, June 4 2012
Early Takes, Vol. 1 is a tiny gem of a collection that offers an intimate look at the songwriting process of George Harrison.
Sunday, February 19 2012
The Austin-based band’s tracks sound like George Harrison leftovers from the Sgt. Pepper era.
Wednesday, October 5 2011
"People say I'm the Beatle that changed the most," George Harrison muses in George Harrison: Living in the Material World. "The whole thing is to change, to make everything better and better."
Thursday, January 13 2011
For its 40th Anniversary, Harrison's masterpiece keeps a low profile characteristic of the Quiet Beatle. Ignore it, though, to your own detriment.
Thursday, June 18 2009
Not quite the definitive tribute that rediscovered George deserved, Let It Roll is a patchy albeit always listenable collection
Sunday, February 24 2013
On what would have been his 70th birthday, let's take a look at his seven biggest hits.
Monday, February 20 2012
George Harrison would have been celebrating his 69th birthday this week, so let’s look at seven of his most under-rated songs.
Wednesday, March 16 2011
Music geeks are salivating at the prospect of these five upcoming music documentaries.
Monday, February 21 2011
Dubbed “the quiet one”, George Harrison contributed some of the Beatles best work and continued on to an impressive solo career. He died far too soon, but the world still has a lifetime of his work to admire and enjoy.
Thursday, December 9 2010
George Harrison: All Things Must Pass (Limited Edition 3 LP Box)
Monday, May 7 2012
LOS ANGELES — Filmmaker Martin Scorsese released a well-received documentary last year about the creative life of the quiet Beatle, “George Harrison: Living in the Material
Tuesday, June 14 2011
A documentary on the life of George Harrison directed by Martin Scorsese is nearly done and is expected to premiere this year, Harrison's widow, Olivia