A comprehensive voyage through the life, loves, career, songs, records, concerts and achievements of the late George Harrison. From his working-class upbringing in Liverpool to his emergence as the 'quiet Beatle' and his development as a student of Indian music and philosophy, this encylopedia follows his inspiring life: the legendary, groundbreaking 'Concert For Bangla Desh', the composition of classic songs such as 'Something' and 'My Sweet Lord' ; becoming the first ex-Beatle to top both the album and singles charts; his role as a champion of the British film industry with his unique HandMade films; the creation of the supergroup the Travelling Wilbury's and his years as a simple gardener on his beautiful Henley estate, Friar Park. Harrison's life was not without drama, and his efforts to establish himself as a songwriter against the powerful duo of Lennon & McCartney, the loss of his first wife, Patti to his best friend , Eric Clapton, his flirtation with drugs, his struggle against a knife-wielding intruder and his courageous battle against cancer are also detailed.
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Bill Harry is one of the world's leading authorities on the Beatles. He attended Liverpool College of Art with John Lennon, coined the phrase Mersey Beat and founded the seminar music paper of that name which led Brian Epstein to discover the Beatles. He is the author of over twenty books on the Beatles, including the series of sister volumes, The Beatles Encyclopedia, The John Lennon Encyclopedia and The Paul McCartney Encyclopedia, all published by Virgin Books.
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Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110753508222
Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0753508222
Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0753508222