17Years Ago Today – The World Loses Its Second Beatle- George Harrison Dies (Watch “Here Comes The Sun” Live)

17 years ago today, (11/29/01), George Harrison (“The Quiet One”_  lost his battle with cancer at the relatively young age of 58. Harrison, the youngest Beatle and for many considered the most eclectic and spiritual is a lasting influence for all and his connection with Indian music, culture and religion can never be understated. Harrison’s solo albums are also considered tops in terms of quality and substance of all the Beatles’ solo recordings.Watch Harrison perform “Here Comes The Sun” along with Elton John, Ringo Starr,JeffLynne, Eric Clapton and Phil Collins…

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10 Responses

  1. Is this all they can come up with?? One song “Here Comes the Sun”????
    This man was a genius!!! He was great!!!
    He should have a full front cover story!!!!!
    I love and Miss you George!!! I know you went to a much better life!!!
    And I know you didn’t want the rebirth 😉 So hopefully, your not back
    in 1964 doing the Beatle thing again LOL ☮

  2. Wow, has it been fifteen years since The Dark Horse left us??
    George…You were my favourite Beatle and Wilbury and I miss you!

  3. RIP, George….and thanks for all the great songs! Thanks especially for showing up those two egomaniacs John and Paul on “Abbey Road” and “All Things Must Pass” – that stuff was better than ANYTHING those two clowns ever did without you.

  4. “Harrison’s solo albums are also considered tops in terms of quality and substance of all the Beatles’ solo recordings.”??? LOL! Surely you jest. I loved George… but his solo albums were wildly erratic. Even his best (All Things Must Pass) was 50% filler. Whoever wrote this tripe owes it to himself to take another look at the McCartney’s recordings.

  5. I think we have to write better sentences about George than “his connection with Indian music, culture and religion can never be understated.”

  6. In response to Eric’s post give me a break all right you must be kidding while George was excellent at what he did you can’t even touch the amount and quality of Lennon and McCartney songs with anyone else period. !!!!!!!!

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