George Harrison - Los Angeles Express download album
Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, California - 12th November 1974 (Matinee). 1-1. –George Harrison. Haris On Tour (Express). 1-2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps. 1-3.
Recorded Live at the Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA; November 12, 1974 (matinee). Very good soundboard. Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA; November 4, 1974. Very good audience recording.
Hari's on Tour (Express)" is an instrumental by English musician George Harrison, released as the opening track of his 1974 album Dark Horse. It was also the B-side of the album's second single – which was "Ding Dong, Ding Dong" in North America and most other territories, and "Dark Horse" in Britain and some European countries.
Disc 1 Hari's On Tour (Express), While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Something, Going Around In Circles, Sue Me Sue You Blues, Zoon Zoon Zoon, Na Na Dahni, Cheparte, Anurag, I Am Missing You, Dispute And Violence. Disc 2 For You Blue, Give Me Love, In My Life, Tom Cat. Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA ? November 4th, 1974: Maya Love, Nothing For Nothing, Dark Horse, Outa Space, What Is Life, My Sweet Lord. Bonus tracks: Hari's On Tour (Express), For You Blue. disc one & two 01-05 Los Angeles Forum 1. 1. 1974 matinee disc two 06-10 Center Coliseum Washington, 0. 1
Dark Horse (George Harrison album). Dark Horse is the fifth studio album by English rock musician George Harrison, released on Apple Records in December 1974 as the follow-up to Living in the Material World. Although keenly anticipated on release, Dark Horse is associated with the controversial North American tour that Harrison staged with Indian classical musician Ravi Shankar in November and December that year.
GEORGE HARRISON Los Angeles Express Soundboard Master Live at the Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA; November 12, 1974 (matinee). One of the nicest surprises to surface on Wolfgang’s Vault is this incomplete very good quality soundboard recording of George Harrison’s matinee show at the Forum on November 12, 1974. He played three shows over two days and no tape has surfaced for any of them. Not only is this the first tape to surface from the Los Angeles shows but is also the only professional soundboard recording from Harrison’s only US tour. The sound is a bit inconsistent from sounding muffled at the beginning of Sue Me Sue You Blues to clear and nicely balanced.
The City of Los Angeles eventually had to spray paint Blue Jay Way on the curb as a result of the street sign having been stolen so many times. Sadly in 2001, George Harrison again made history in Los Angeles when he passed away in the Southern California home of his bandmate Paul McCartney.
Billboard featured George Harrison as its Spotlight album and highlighted ‘Love Comes to Everyone’, ‘Here Comes the Moon’ and ‘Not Guilty’ among the best cuts. The song was largely written in Hawaii and like the rest of the album, George co-produced the track with Russ Titelman. It was the first thing we did before I went to England. George had arrived in Los Angeles with the song that he wrote while he and Olivia were in Hawaii. Your Love is Forever’ and ‘Soft Touch’ do much to give this album it’s sense of contentment and has helped it to become the ‘grower’ that it has. According to Titelman, When we first got together in LA, George had a cassette of most of the songs, many that he had written in Hawaii.
George in Los Angeles, March 1979 George Harrison. Hear Russ Titelman discuss producing the album "George Harrison" with Laura Cantrell on today's on SiriusXM at 2pm ET. To celebrate George's birthday on February 25th, will be featuring eight days of special George-related programming including a special guest DJ show from Dhani Harrison tomorrow, 02/22 at 5pm ET with encores throughout the week.