George Harrison: A Tribute. Fans will be privy to a rare glimpse into George’s very private world from pop star and musician to a great humanitarian.
George Harrison the former Beatles lead guitarist was often called the quiet one and often shadowed by the very great talents of John Lennon and Paul McCartney he was a very gifted lead guitarist, lyricist and songwriter. The George Harrison A Tribute audiobook takes you from George’s early days in working-class Liverpool right through the years of super-stardom would the Beatles.
George speaks in his own words and is accompanied by Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and others. His rich spirituality gave him the strength to endure a divorce and ill-health. In 1998, George was diagnosed with throat cancer; he died of the disease on November 29, 2001.
“The Beatles exist apart from myself. I am not really Beatle George. Beatle George is like a suit or shirt that I once wore on occasion, and until the end of my life, people may see that shirt and mistake it for me.” – George Harrison (Newsweek, 1995) It doesn’t matter if you’re the greatest guitar player in the world. If you’re not enlightened, forget it.” – George Harrison (Zen Guitar)
George was voted number 21 by Rolling Stone’s “The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”
Plenty of interviews with George.