Posts tagged "George Harrison"
On this date forty-eight years ago, The Chiffons started a four-week stay at the top with the girl-group gem He’s So Fine. Thirteen years later, a judge would fine George Harrison for unconsciously plagiarizing this song when writing My Sweet Lord:
On this date forty-seven years ago, the Beatles continue their U.S. chart domination as She Loves You kicks off a two-week run at number one. This follows the seven-week run at the top by I Want to Hold Your Hand. Here is the new number one song performed on the Ed Sullivan show: ... Read more »
On this date sixty-eight years ago, the quiet Beatle is born in Liverpool. He passed away ten years ago this coming November. Here he performs his best-known (and best) song at the Concert for Bangladesh in ’71:
Song Of The Day – “Bluebird” by Leon Russell from the 1975 album “Will O’ The Wisp” Are you a “Leon Lifer?” They are the Leon Russell superfans who have been following him around the world to see him perform for the last 40 years or so. They’re out there…they’re in your town…they exist and... Read more »
by lpdcsounds “Ding Dong Ding Dong” by George Harrison from the 1974 album “Dark Horse.” For all of my Jewish friends out there…and for that matter to everyone else…here are wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year. L’Shana Tova…Rosh Hashanah 5771. Somehow, I don’t think this is what old Beatle George had in mind... Read more »