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The Concert for Bangladesh

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Concert

    It has been years since I listened to this and what a great performance. Crank up the sound for Harrison's "Bangladesh"

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Always relevant

    Listening to this concert performance just reminded me of the good that can be accomplished. The sounds and words still awaken feelings of what could be if we all made an effort. Harrison and peace efforts are synonymous in my mind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Incredible!!!

    This is AMAZING!!!! All of the tracks are tight, particulary "While My Guitar...". Clapton and Harrison are soloing at the same time at the end. We all know that Clapton is God but George is shining just as much!! Truly a Classic!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    RAVI SHANKAR'S CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH

    If it was not for our dear Ravi Shankar this concert would not have happened. He put our country on the world map.He saved our country! Rafeeq Ahmed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The FIRST CONCERT of it's Kind!!!!

    IF the remaster of this watershed event does it justice. This will bring it all back home for those too young to remember anything, but Live Aid or Farm Aid or whatever came after. George Harrison always a "team player" enlisted the aid of musical Giants such as Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton to create enough press to bring in even the hardened cynics. Harrison at this point was at the peak of his solo career. Coaxed a rather reticent Dylan out of exile to not only sing again, but sing some of his mercurial songs from his career highpoints of the mid-Sixties. In the end George took the stage and wowed the crowd with several of his best songs. Then closed with "Bangladesh". Just in case anyone forgot what the concerts were all about. For those of us who remember the two shows George orchestrated, this will bring back memories of a time our generation believed we could change the world and then went out and did something about it. George gave the world hope with his music and for two nights at Madison Square Garden. He was the brightest of his generation.

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