Apropos of nothing, here’s a list of all the Beatles + solo releases from November 1968 through 1970.
If you’ve seen A Hard Day’s Night then you know George was definitely the coolest Beatle. If you’ve seen any clip of him you know it. And so it’s fitting that we celebrate George Harrison Week with Conan O’Brien and a cast of friends, family and admirers. Beck Kicks it off with “Wah Wah” and … Continue reading All the Videos From CONAN’s George Harrison Week
The last few have been banner years for Beatles fans. The band’s catalog has been remastered in mono and stereo for digital and vinyl release, volume one of Mark Lewisohn’s meticulously researched trilogy was released, and both McCartney and Lennon back catalogs have also been getting the reissue/repackage/repackage treatment—replete with extra goodies. And now George … Continue reading George Harrison’s Apple Records Remastered, Re-released
George Harrison’s 1970 classic triple album, remastered.
Just before he became a Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood was a party man with the coolest cats in rock and roll. His first solo album hits the highs and lows of 1974 with a star studded cast of extras.
Canucks still don’t break new ground, but who cares when it sounds this good?
Traveling Wilburys Reborn With Rhino. Billboard: “After being out of print for more than a decade, the two studio albums from all-star band the Traveling Wilburys will return to the marketplace in a variety of formats June 12…” Too bad they’re not releasing a remix that eradicates Jeff Lynne’s awful production…
George Harrison loved him some acid. From the Rolling Stone archives.
Before He Was Fab – George Harrison’s first American vist. [via MetaFilter]
So now another is gone. George Harrison, the “Quiet Beatle.” Cancer. Horrible. In some regards, Harrison was the Rodney Dangerfield of the group. Sure, Ringo seemed to be the one who could get little, if any respect. But the difference is that Harrison actually earned it. While I have previously argued that the Beatles are … Continue reading Adieu