Coverville 555: The George Harrison Cover Story

February 28, 2009

Here’s on what’s on the show tonight:

1 Album

What Is Life
Mullins, Shawn
The First Ten Years
Orig. George Harrison
2 Album

Isn’t It A Pity
Nicky Thomas
A Tribute To The Beatles Reggae Style
Orig. George Harrison
3 Album

My Sweet Lord
Garry Christian And Desa Basshead
The Number Ones Album
Orig. George Harrison
4 Album

If I Needed Someone
Show Of Hands
Uncut – While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Orig. Beatles/George Harrison
5 Album

While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Damon & Naomi
The Earth Is Blue
Orig. Beatles/George Harrison
6 Album

Here Comes The Sun
Jenna Mammina & Andre Bush
Art Of The Duo
Orig. Beatles/George Harrison
7 Album

Your Love Is Forever
Ben Bridwell
Orig. George Harrison
8 Album

Long, Long, Long
Orig. Beatles/George Harrison
9 Album

Templeton Twins
Trill It Like it Was
Orig. Beatles/George Harrison

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  1. Hi, Brian-
    Before the Beatles actually broke up, there were solo albums:
    Wonderwall Music – George (charted 1/69)
    Two Virgins-John (charted 2/69)
    Life with the Lions-John (charted 6/69)
    Electronic Sounds -George (charted 7/69)
    Wedding Album-John (charted 12/69)
    Live Peace in Toronto – John/Plastic Ono Band (charted 1/70)

    As and after the Beatles broke up:
    McCartney -Paul (charted 5/70)
    Sentimental Journey-Ringo (charted 5/70)
    Beaucoups of Blues-Ringo (charted 10/70)

    All Things Must Pass (charted 12/19/70), around the same time as John's Plastic Ono Band album

  2. Long overdue and excellent!

    I'd recommend the posthumous album "Brainwashed" that Jeff Lynne and George's son finished off (his son plays on the album too). I think it's the best album he did, solid all the way through with some great guitar work from the Harrisons.

    We also have George to thank for bankrolling "The Life of Brian" and "Time Bandits", amongst others – imagine a world without The Life of Brian.

    George was, indeed, Fab!!

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