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CD reissue. Over a period of decades, George Harrison earned a reputation as one of the most enigmatic and creative individuals born to rock and roll. As was the case for every former Beatle, George's disentanglement from the group identity was slowed by the world's abiding and sometimes-obsessive love for the Beatles as a singular entity. But, as the 1970 release of his epic All Things Must Pass revealed, here was a man with a story all his own. Songs like "My Sweet Lord" and "What Is Life" were tucked into a vast collection that remains one of the great works of the album era. Today George is remembered as one who followed his passions to remarkable conclusions, a man of paradox whose unusual balance of spiritual devotion, wry humor, and true compassion touched the lives of many.
CD reissue. Over a period of decades, George Harrison earned a reputation as one of the most enigmatic and creative individuals born to rock and roll. As was the case for every former Beatle, George's disentanglement from the group identity was slowed by the world's abiding and sometimes-obsessive love for the Beatles as a singular entity. But, as the 1970 release of his epic All Things Must Pass revealed, here was a man with a story all his own. Songs like "My Sweet Lord" and "What Is Life" were tucked into a vast collection that remains one of the great works of the album era. Today George is remembered as one who followed his passions to remarkable conclusions, a man of paradox whose unusual balance of spiritual devotion, wry humor, and true compassion touched the lives of many.
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Let It Roll - Songs By George Harrison
Artist: George Harrison
Format: CD
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CD reissue. Over a period of decades, George Harrison earned a reputation as one of the most enigmatic and creative individuals born to rock and roll. As was the case for every former Beatle, George's disentanglement from the group identity was slowed by the world's abiding and sometimes-obsessive love for the Beatles as a singular entity. But, as the 1970 release of his epic All Things Must Pass revealed, here was a man with a story all his own. Songs like "My Sweet Lord" and "What Is Life" were tucked into a vast collection that remains one of the great works of the album era. Today George is remembered as one who followed his passions to remarkable conclusions, a man of paradox whose unusual balance of spiritual devotion, wry humor, and true compassion touched the lives of many.
        
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