George Harrison audio interview

George Harrison Admitted He Did Little To Promote His Post-Beatles Career

George Harrison is my featured Beatle on today’s Fab 4 @ 4.  But as far as promoting himself for during his solo career, his effort was minimal.


The First Song George Harrison Ever Wrote

It was featured on the Meet The Beatles album which went to number 1 on this day in 1964.  For those of us who had the vinyl album it was cut 1 on side 1.  […]


What’s The Difference Between Help And A Hard Day’s Night?

Besides the obvious fact that Help was in color and A Hard Day’s Night was in black and white, there was another obvious difference.


George Harrison: What If The Beatles Hadn’t Been Popular?

What if the world’s most popular group of all time hadn’t been successful?  Than what?  [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]George Harrison [/lastfm]was asked that question when [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Beatles[/lastfm] came here in 1964.  


Fragmented Beatles Record The White Album

According to [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]George Harrison[/lastfm] , [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Beatles[/lastfm] had as many as three studios going at one time producing the 1968 double album.  It also differed from all previous albums in one major way. 


George Harrison: The Biggest Benefit Of Priviliege Wasn’t Being A Beatle

If you’ve read much about [lastfm]George Harrison[/lastfm] this may not surprise you.


Beatle George writes a #1 hit

Fab 4 @ 4 Backstory – 8/25/10 [lastfm]George Harrison[/lastfm] talks about the model girl for the song ‘Something’.  It wasn’t his wife.


George Harrison was not as serious as everyone thought

Fab 4 @ 4 Backstory – 8/20/10 The straight Beatles – the serious Beatle – that’s what everyone said at the time.  But that wasn’t the case. 


A side of The Beatles no one outside the group ever saw

Fab 4 @ 4 Backstory – 8/2/10 [lastfm] George Harrison[/lastfm] spilled the beans in a 1969 interview.


George Harrison wrote 2 classics for Abbey Road

KOOL Fab 4 @ 4 Backstory – 7/26/10 One was ‘Something’ – a love song that never mentions the word love. Remember what the second one was?