George Harrison

Submitted by on Sep 30, 2015

BEATLES As part of the BEATLES George wrote not so much, but almost every song he competed on a par with the works of Lennon and McCartney. With the Beatles”Don’t Bother Me”. Harrison’s songwriting debut took place on the album”With the Beatles”with the song”Do not Bother Me”. Since then, each LP quartet containing his writings. HELP!”, Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”Revolver”Love You To”. Creative originality Joji revealed to the album”HELP!”, When in the song”Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”George was first used by an Indian sitar, and in 1966, on the album”Revolver”he composed and performed the sitar song”Love You To”. This composition was a remarkable synthesis of popular and Indian music. Later Harrison and Shankar maintain friendly relations, even when George desperate to master the skill of playing the sitar. Wonderwall”(1968) Wonderwall Music” ApoE”Indian period in the work of Harrison became the music for the film”Wonderwall”(1968) about the flourishing of psychedelic trends in art in 1967. The album”Wonderwall Music”was recorded in Bombay, with the participation of local musicians and was able to take the British Table popularity only 49th place. THE BEATLES. In the future, Harrison was able to write two of the most significant songs from the works of them as part of THE BEATLES. While My Guitsar gently Weeps” Something” Abbey Road”. This is, firstly, the ballad”While My Guitsar gently Weeps”from the”White Album”and”Something”from the”Abbey Road”. The first composition was given Harrison a very hard time, but for the record was brought guitarist Eric Clapton. George wanted the guitar to really”crying”and its own game and play John did not suit him. Something” . The second,”Something”. Yesterday”many critics put on a par with”Yesterday” Apple”. During this period, Harrison began to perform and record as a producer of other artists whose records sold by the company”Apple”. 9 Electronic Sounds”. May 9, 1969 he released his second solo album”Electronic Sounds”. The album was recorded at home and is composed exclusively of experimental compositions played at a fantastic at the time the instrument – synthesizer Robert Moog. Electronic Sounds”Like the first album, George, this record was not successful, but, unlike its predecessor,”Electronic Sounds” in the charts do not hit. But George did not despair and continued to prepare a solo album, which later had to turn over his career. THE BEATLES THE BEATLES had already practically disintegrated, and each member of the ensemble concentrated on solo work, and, thanks to its new album, George the most successful in this area.
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