14 December 2009
21 September 2012
3 October 2012
25 January 2013
1 May 2011
Totally agree about Hear Me Lord. If you omit the jams its such a great album closer, very fitting for the album. Have you heard the acetate rough mix that exists, runs for 7:41 and its epic.
And welcome the the forum Mocker.
27 December 2012
Since I don't listen to George's solo songs a lot… for now my favourite song is : "When we was fab"
"When I was a robber *Piano Chord* in Boston Place"
"Let's hope this turns out pretty darn good huh"
"Pete may be the best, but Ringo is the star"
Paul:"Don't be nervous John"
John:"I 'm not"
18 December 2012
Beware of Darkness (especially the ABKO version, beautiful)
Isn't It a Pity
I Live For You
All Things Must Pass
Let It Roll
Your Love is Forever
Miss O' Dell (This song seriously makes me smile every time I listen to it. The percussion is great, and George's laugh is adorable.)
When We Was Fab
25 January 2013
1 May 2011
Cheers meanmistermustard – I've been addicted to this website for months so I thought I may as well join! I haven't heard that rough mix, I didn't know it existed! I'll be sure to check it out.
The Hear Me Lord acetate isnt on youtube as i would have posted it and i cant remember exactly were i found it but BeatlesSource has a lot of stuff from the All Things Must Pass sessions and the first set has Hear Me Lord so that might be it (just right click on the song and 'save as' – who knew that a ' followed immediately by ) gave you '.
13 June 2011
21 November 2012
Haven't really checked out a lot of his solo work, but I love All Things Must Pass. The Spector production really works on that song. I love What is Life? too, it makes me feel good for some reason. And When we was fab is of course a great song.
With the Beatles: Well, since Something is one of my favourite songs anyway, I have to include it, obviously. And I like almost all of his Beatlessongs, but 2 other favourites are While My Guitar Gently Weeps and Here Comes The Sun.
I'm not too crazy about the All things must pass album. After a few songs that ''wall of sound'' thing gets kinda annoying. For some songs it works, and it's probably better if I listen to those songs individually. I can't say a lot of it has stuck.
20 August 2012
13 January 2013
George's solo work is my absolute favorite, I love it so much! These are my top ten favorites of his as of now (they change quite a bit):
His Name Is Legs (Ladies and Gentlemen)
Blood From A Clone
Stuck Inside A Cloud
12 January 2013
18 March 2013
"All Things Must Pass". About a week ago I listened to it 5 times in a row and at the 5th time I still had goosebumps. I just love that song.
---------------------> 1. The Beatles 2. Led Zeppelin 3. Dream Theater 4. Rush 5. Green Day <-----------------------
---------------> Songs: For No One / Kashmir / Octavarium / Cygnus X-1 Book II / Homecoming <----------------
------> Albums: Abbey Road / Led Zeppelin IV / Octavarium / Hemispheres / 21st Century Breakdown <-------
---------> Fav. Genres: Progressive Rock/Metal, Experimental Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Alternative Rock <----------
----------------> Least Fav. Genres: Dance-pop, Hip-Hop, House, The Beatles (Just kidding!) <---------------------
6 August 2013
My Top 10 Harrisongs (I'll do solo career…)
1.) "Awaiting On You All"
2.) "Blow Away"
4.) "Life Itself"
5.) "Tired of Midnight Blue"
6.) "The Art of Dying"
7.) "Beautiful Girl"
8.) "Rocking Chair in Hawaii"
9.) "Unknown Delight"
"It's called Sex Panther by Odeon. It's illegal in nine countries. Yep, it's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good."
1 August 2013
I agree with everyone on "Got My Mind Set on You" and "Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" -- fantastic covers.
"Apple Scruffs" -- love that harmonica!
"Blow Away" -- happy!
"Awaiting on You All," "Living in the Material World," "Wah-Wah," "What Is Life" -- these four live in the same box in my mind.
"Your Love Is Forever" -- pretty pretty pretty guitar.
"Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)"
"Dark Horse" -- elsewhere I've seen lots of criticism of the vocal on this one, but I love its roughness; suits the song.
"All Things Must Pass" and "My Sweet Lord" -- natch.
And finally, in a tie for the top slot, two songs I haven't seen mentioned much on the thread: "Any Road" and "Be Here Now."
16 July 2013
Beatles in the Blood said
My all time favorite song is… (drum roll please) What is Life
I'm not sure I could ever nominate any one song as my favourite (way too hard) but this one would be up there. I sing along loudly every time (not pretty!) and it never fails to make me feel good. George had a knack for songs that make your spirit soar.
Although not solo, I particularly love the version of WMGGW from 'Love' – sends shivers up the spine and George Martin's orchestration augments it beautifully.
"Try to realise it's all within yourself - no-one else can make you change"
3 May 2012
18 March 2013
I can't list them in my favourite order but I can tell you what are the most played George songs on my phone (granted I don't have all of his albums on it but anyways)
My Sweet Lord
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Awaiting on You All
Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp
Don't Let Me Wait Too Long
Got My Mind Set On You
I have no clue how GMMSOT is on my top 10 played, I never really listen to it…
I'd definitely add Wake Up My Love, Beautiful Girl and This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying) to the list
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