Recorded: May-October 1970
Producers: George Harrison , Phil Spector
Engineers: Ken Scott, Phil McDonald
Released: 30 November 1970 (UK), 27 November 1970 (US)
George Harrison: vocals, guitar
Eric Clapton: lead guitar
Klaus Voormann: bass guitar
Alan White: drums
The opening track on George Harrison ‘s first post-Beatles album…
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11 November 2010
Here’s George’s demo recorded in November 1968 with Bob Dylan.
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15 February 2015
A three-disc production acetate was pressed ahead of the album’s release and, although the third disc, Apple Jam, had the same running order as the commercial release, the other two discs were significantly different.
The four sides of the first two acetate discs were labelled This Side, That Side, And Another Side and The Other Side. These sides, however, may not have been in the order Harrison intended them to be in.
That’s great… love George’s sense of humour.
I’d have you anytime at all, George
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8 January 2015
George had a real touch for Dylan’s style, great little song. All the Beatles understood the real songwriter in Dylan much better than half his greatest champions, but it seems only George was prepared to be an actual friend. I think he must have learnt a lot from Bob too.
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