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George Harrison (THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY Book 1964 A Hard Day’s Night George dancing with a girl)

George Harrison (THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY Book 1964 A Hard Day’s Night George dancing with a girl)

August 29,1966 George backstage at Candlestick Park.George by this point was tired of the constant touring cycle among other things  & wanted to stop. On the plane ride home George, expressing his feelings of relief, stated "That’s it I’m no longer a Beatle",

August 29,1966 George backstage at Candlestick Park.George by this point was tired of the constant touring cycle among other things & wanted to stop. On the plane ride home George, expressing his feelings of relief, stated "That’s it I’m no longer a Beatle",

George Harrison during the filming of 'Help!', The Bahamas, 1965

George Harrison during the filming of 'Help!', The Bahamas, 1965

The Beatles - In The First Place - It was 1968 when this song was recorded for a film called "Wonderwall" but never released. The soundtrack was composed by G Harrison, whom Massot approached specially for the project. Harrison had never done a movie soundtrack, told Massot he didn't know how, Massot promised to use whatever Harrison created. Late in 1967, George hired  Remo Four as his backing band for pt first solo proj,  soundtrack to movie Wonderwall. "In The First Place" left in 'til…

The Beatles - In The First Place - It was 1968 when this song was recorded for a film called "Wonderwall" but never released. The soundtrack was composed by G Harrison, whom Massot approached specially for the project. Harrison had never done a movie soundtrack, told Massot he didn't know how, Massot promised to use whatever Harrison created. Late in 1967, George hired Remo Four as his backing band for pt first solo proj, soundtrack to movie Wonderwall. "In The First Place" left in 'til…

George Harrison on the set of “A Hard Day’s Night” (scanned from The Beatles Anthology). Photo presumably © Apple Corps Ltd.      “George himself is no mystery. But the mystery inside George is immense. It’s watching him uncover it all little by little that’s so damn interesting.” - John Lennon

George Harrison on the set of “A Hard Day’s Night” (scanned from The Beatles Anthology). Photo presumably © Apple Corps Ltd. “George himself is no mystery. But the mystery inside George is immense. It’s watching him uncover it all little by little that’s so damn interesting.” - John Lennon

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