Tag: George Harrison

Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years (Apple/Universal)

This excellent documentary offers a glimpse into the life and times of The Beatles. Though the history is well-known, this film gives a fresh look behind the curtain of the first four years of the Beatles’ professional existence.

Gary Wright & Wonderwheel: Ring Of Changes (Esoteric Recordings)

Gary Wright’s output in the Seventies would be dominated by his hit single, “Dream Weaver.” But a long-lost, unreleased album has finally seen release, four decades after being shelved.

Gary Wright & Wonderwheel: Ring Of Changes (Esoteric Recordings)

Gary Wright’s output in the Seventies would be dominated by his hit single, “Dream Weaver.” But a long-lost, unreleased album has finally seen release, four decades after being shelved.

The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Capitol Records)

The long-awaited reissue of the Beatles’ only official live album may have taken nearly four decades, but it was worth the wait; Giles Martin has done wonders in terms of cleaning up the 1977 mix.

The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Capitol Records)

The long-awaited reissue of the Beatles’ only official live album may have taken nearly four decades, but it was worth the wait; Giles Martin has done wonders in terms of cleaning up the 1977 mix.

Ravi Shankar: In Hollywood, 1971 (Northern Spy)

This lost Ravi Shankar performance captures him in an intimate, early morning living room show in June, 1971. A famous friend was in attendance, and the genesis of the first rock and roll benefit concert was borne here.

Ravi Shankar: In Hollywood, 1971 (Northern Spy)

This lost Ravi Shankar performance captures him in an intimate, early morning living room show in June, 1971. A famous friend was in attendance, and the genesis of the first rock and roll benefit concert was borne here.

Twilight Music: The Beatles, “Flying” (1967)

The underrated Beatles track “Flying,” in its original, unedited form, raises the quality level on this neglected track.

Twilight Music: Shankar Family & Friends “Jaya Jagadish Haré” (1974)

The sound of India, from one of the masters.

Jackie Lomax: Rare, Unreleased, and Live, 1965-2012 (Angel Air)

This two-disc collection of rarities, unreleased songs, and a live performance from the late British blues-rocker does an excellent job of documenting a greatly underrated singer.