History Trivia / GeorgeHarrison

16th Aug '17 1:48:07 PM Folamh3
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* UncreditedRole: He made an uncredited guest appearance on Music/{{Cream}}'s song "Badge".
7th Jun '17 2:12:13 AM AmuckCricetine
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* TroubledProduction: In 1974, while, promoting ''Dark Horse'', embarked on what would be his first and only solo tour (save for a brief Japanese tour in 1992 to raise funds for a campaigning political party that endorsed Transcendental Meditation). Unfortunately, the tour had been booked in advance, and Harrison, fresh from his recent divorce from Patti Boyd and fighting laryngitis, a condition which had plagued the recording of the ''Dark Horse'' album[[note]]Disparaging critics dubbed the album "Dark Hoarse", due to Harrison's congested vocal quality[[/note]], and the album was critically and commercially unsuccessful. The very religious Harrison booked Music/RaviShankar and a selection of gurus as opening acts, which alienated his audience, and Harrison's singing and [[{{Bowdlerization}} decision to change some Beatles lyrics to suit his Krishna faith]] led to much criticism; the shows suffered from poor attendance as a result. Harrison [[WordOfGod once claimed]] that after one show, he had decided to stay onstage instead of returning to his hotel room. After observing the sea of stray heroin needles, beer cans and garbage left over on the seats waiting to be disposed of, George felt repulsed and swore off of touring as a result.

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* TroubledProduction: In 1974, while, while promoting ''Dark Horse'', he embarked on what would be his first and only solo tour (save for a brief Japanese tour in 1992 to raise funds for a campaigning political party that endorsed Transcendental Meditation). Unfortunately, the tour had been booked in advance, and Harrison, fresh from his recent divorce from Patti Boyd and fighting laryngitis, a condition which had plagued the recording of the ''Dark Horse'' album[[note]]Disparaging critics dubbed the album "Dark Hoarse", due to Harrison's congested vocal quality[[/note]], and the album was critically and commercially unsuccessful. The very religious Harrison booked Music/RaviShankar and a selection of gurus as opening acts, which alienated his audience, and Harrison's singing and [[{{Bowdlerization}} decision to change some Beatles lyrics to suit his Krishna faith]] led to much criticism; the shows suffered from poor attendance as a result. Harrison [[WordOfGod once claimed]] that after one show, he had decided to stay onstage instead of returning to his hotel room. After observing the sea of stray heroin needles, beer cans and garbage left over on the seats waiting to be disposed of, George felt repulsed and swore off of touring as a result.
5th Jun '17 10:23:24 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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* TroubledProdcution: In 1974, while, promoting ''Dark Horse'', embarked on what would be his first and only solo tour (save for a brief Japanese tour in 1992 to raise funds for a campaigning political party that endorsed Transcendental Meditation). Unfortunately, the tour had been booked in advance, and Harrison, fresh from his recent divorce from Patti Boyd and fighting laryngitis, a condition which had plagued the recording of the ''Dark Horse'' album[[note]]Disparaging critics dubbed the album "Dark Hoarse", due to Harrison's congested vocal quality[[/note]], and the album was critically and commercially unsuccessful. The very religious Harrison booked Music/RaviShankar and a selection of gurus as opening acts, which alienated his audience, and Harrison's singing and [[{{Bowdlerization}} decision to change some Beatles lyrics to suit his Krishna faith]] led to much criticism; the shows suffered from poor attendance as a result. Harrison [[WordOfGod once claimed]] that after one show, he had decided to stay onstage instead of returning to his hotel room. After observing the sea of stray heroin needles, beer cans and garbage left over on the seats waiting to be disposed of, George felt repulsed and swore off of touring as a result.

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* TroubledProdcution: TroubledProduction: In 1974, while, promoting ''Dark Horse'', embarked on what would be his first and only solo tour (save for a brief Japanese tour in 1992 to raise funds for a campaigning political party that endorsed Transcendental Meditation). Unfortunately, the tour had been booked in advance, and Harrison, fresh from his recent divorce from Patti Boyd and fighting laryngitis, a condition which had plagued the recording of the ''Dark Horse'' album[[note]]Disparaging critics dubbed the album "Dark Hoarse", due to Harrison's congested vocal quality[[/note]], and the album was critically and commercially unsuccessful. The very religious Harrison booked Music/RaviShankar and a selection of gurus as opening acts, which alienated his audience, and Harrison's singing and [[{{Bowdlerization}} decision to change some Beatles lyrics to suit his Krishna faith]] led to much criticism; the shows suffered from poor attendance as a result. Harrison [[WordOfGod once claimed]] that after one show, he had decided to stay onstage instead of returning to his hotel room. After observing the sea of stray heroin needles, beer cans and garbage left over on the seats waiting to be disposed of, George felt repulsed and swore off of touring as a result.
21st May '17 7:40:11 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* BreakthroughHit: "My Sweet Lord". Reaching No. 1 the day after Christmas 1970, he was the first Beatle to have a solo No. 1 hit. (Incidentally, 17 years later, he also had the last, with "Got My Mind Set on You".) As a Beatle, the first song that really got him noticed was "Something", the flip side of "Come Together".


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* TroubledProdcution: In 1974, while, promoting ''Dark Horse'', embarked on what would be his first and only solo tour (save for a brief Japanese tour in 1992 to raise funds for a campaigning political party that endorsed Transcendental Meditation). Unfortunately, the tour had been booked in advance, and Harrison, fresh from his recent divorce from Patti Boyd and fighting laryngitis, a condition which had plagued the recording of the ''Dark Horse'' album[[note]]Disparaging critics dubbed the album "Dark Hoarse", due to Harrison's congested vocal quality[[/note]], and the album was critically and commercially unsuccessful. The very religious Harrison booked Music/RaviShankar and a selection of gurus as opening acts, which alienated his audience, and Harrison's singing and [[{{Bowdlerization}} decision to change some Beatles lyrics to suit his Krishna faith]] led to much criticism; the shows suffered from poor attendance as a result. Harrison [[WordOfGod once claimed]] that after one show, he had decided to stay onstage instead of returning to his hotel room. After observing the sea of stray heroin needles, beer cans and garbage left over on the seats waiting to be disposed of, George felt repulsed and swore off of touring as a result.
12th Mar '17 12:52:16 PM nombretomado
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* OneOfUs: Harrison is a huge MontyPython fan. So huge, in fact, that he's the reason we ever got to see ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' - he stepped in to fund it when no one else would (and even cameos in the film).

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* OneOfUs: Harrison is a huge MontyPython Creator/MontyPython fan. So huge, in fact, that he's the reason we ever got to see ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' ''Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' - he stepped in to fund it when no one else would (and even cameos in the film).
24th Jan '17 6:29:11 AM Schroeder1174
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** The originlly intended version of ''Somewhere In England'', which featured many unreleased )or very rare) tracks like "Sat Singing".

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** The originlly originally intended version of ''Somewhere In England'', which featured many unreleased )or (or very rare) tracks like "Sat Singing".Singing" and "Lay His Head".
24th Jan '17 6:28:30 AM Schroeder1174
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* OneOfUs: Harrison is a huge MontyPython fan. So huge, in fact, that he's the reason we ever got to see ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' - he stepped in to fund it when no one else would (and even cameos in the film).


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** The originlly intended version of ''Somewhere In England'', which featured many unreleased )or very rare) tracks like "Sat Singing".
* OneOfUs: Harrison is a huge MontyPython fan. So huge, in fact, that he's the reason we ever got to see ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' - he stepped in to fund it when no one else would (and even cameos in the film).
5th Oct '16 8:03:52 AM Pren
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* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" came out his desire to test the I Ching's contention that there are no coincidences and everything in the world is connected, by writing a song about a randomly selected phrase from a random book.

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* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" came out of his desire to test the I Ching's contention that there are no coincidences and everything in the world is connected, by writing a song about a randomly selected phrase from a random book.
26th Sep '16 4:14:28 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* OneOfUs: Harrison is a huge MontyPython fan. So huge, in fact, that he's the reason we ever got to see ''MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'' - he stepped in to fund it when no one else would (and even cameos in the film).
21st Aug '16 7:22:48 PM Pren
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* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" came out his desire to test the I Ching's contention that there are no coincidences and everything in the world is connected, by writing a song about a randomly selected phrase from a random book.
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