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George Harrison - The David Frost Show - 24th November 1971 album mp3

George Harrison - The David Frost Show - 24th November 1971 album mp3

Performer: George Harrison
Title: The David Frost Show - 24th November 1971
Style: Interview
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 357
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George Harrison is the eighth studio album by English musician George Harrison, released in February 1979. It was written and recorded through much of 1978, a period of domestic contentment for Harrison, during which he married Olivia Trinidad Arias and became a father for the first time, to son Dhani.

George Harrison (1943–2001) was an English musician who gained international fame as the lead guitarist of the Beatles. With his songwriting contributions limited by the dominance of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Harrison was the first member of the Beatles to release a solo album.

With David Frost, Clint Eastwood, Jack Jones, Alan King.

At that time, the country was ravaged by floods, famine and civil war, which left 10 million people - mostly women and children - fleeing their homes. The Concert for Bangladesh was one of the most ambitious humanitarian efforts in rock music history, and focused global attention on the crisis in Bangladesh while raising new awareness of UNICEF and its role in the developing world.

British rock guitarist, singer-songwriter and film producer (born February 25 1943 in Liverpool - died November 29, 2001 in Los Angeles). He is best known as lead guitarist of The Beatles. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 (Performer).

George Harrison,MBE (25 February 1943 – 29 November 2001) was an English guitarist, singer, songwriter, and music and film producer who achieved international fame as the lead guitarist of the Beatles.

The David Frost Show Episodes (TV Show).

Concert For Bangladesh. George had been deeply moved when Shankar had brought to his attention the plight of millions of starving refugees, in what was formerly East Pakistan, who were suffering the effects of the Bhola cyclone of 1970 and the ‘Liberation War’ in their country. The album entered the Billboard chart on 8 January 1972 and went to N. on the US chart, where it spent 6 weeks, never quite making it to the top spot. In the UK it topped the charts, three weeks after its release.


1 Interview
2 Interview
3 Interview
4 Interview
5 Interview
6 Interview
7 Interview
8 Interview
9 Interview
10 Interview
11 Interview
12 Interview
13 Interview
14 Suffer To Sing The Blues
15 Interview
16 Interview
17 The Hold Up
18 Interview
19 Sitar Demonstration
20 Sitar Demonstration
21 Tabla & Sitar Demonstration


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