The Private Life of George Harrison

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

New article in current Rolling Stone. Can you even imagine what it was like to live at Friar Park? 120 rooms. Here is an interesting page of photos of George and family @ Friar Park. Link


As a young girl, I also loved the Beatles but I leaned towards John and Paul as a twelve year old when they first came out and released a US album.

By the time I was seventeen I was off to college but my Christmas vacation return was blessed by the gift of George Harrison's solo album, All Things Must Pass from my fifteen year old sister, Robin. To this day that is my favorite Christmas gift ever. I was totally consumed by that album. It was and still is of reverent, holy grail importance to hold it and to play it.


Lima Sat Oct 15, 04:52:00 PM EDT  

Speaking of holy grail... George Harrison is practically a godfather of great cinema. Without him 20th century and 21st century film would not be the same. He made a number of great films possible that otherwise may not have made it to the bigscreen.


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