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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2003

    The Best Ever Book About George Harrison

    The editor of The Rollingstones, Jason Fine, wrote the most wonderful touching story about a great man, George Harrison. I would recommend this book to everyone. Wether your a Beatle fan or a George Harrison fan, this book is filled with page after page of George's life as a Beatle, and afterwards. His talent was underestimated by the Beatles. But in this book you will see what a taleneted man he was. He had a gift for writing music and his guitar playing was, and is beyond words. This book tells so many things about his life that alot of the world never knew. The touching and dedicated words from Olivia Harrison are heartwarming. Throughout this book, there are stories from friends of his that share their wonderful stories, and some that got a chance to play music with him. It tells of the trying times with the Beatles and how he dealt with that. And afterwards, how he left the publlic's eye for a few years. But his great concerts he put together with his friends, and as he made his comeback into the music world is so facinating.Many great photographs and words from George himself, tells alot about him. And this book expresses so many areas of the "Quiet beatle" that are so cherrished in this book. This book is not just for the collector's but for the many fans and people that thought of him as a great and talented man that is sorely missed by the world. A must read book.

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