If you weren’t aware, as I’m sure most of you aren’t, the title refers to one of the most popular songs fronted by the late, great Beatles guitarist George Harrison (1943-2001), who was born in Liverpool on this date in 1943. Sitting at Number 11 of Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Greatest Guitarists, he stayed out of the spotlight (for the most part) until his 1970 release, All Things Must Pass, which included the plagiarism-accused song “My Sweet Lord”, which was too close to The Chiffons’ song “He’s So Fine” that it was brought to court, which he was found guilty of “subconscious” plagiarism.
Also, his works with Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, and Jeff Lynne, as a member of The Traveling Wilburys, is forever cemented in music history and should definitely be in everyone’s collection, as that work is something magical.
Today is also the birthday of “Mr…
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