Dark Horse: The Life and Art of George Harrison
The least understood and most paradoxical of the Beatles, George Harrison has parried for more than twenty-five years any attempt to penetrate the public enigma that cloaks the private man—that is, until Dark Horse. In the mid–1980s Geoffrey Giuliano lived in the "often wonderfully unreal" world of Harrison and his friends, interviews with whom are the basis for much of this vivid and revealing portrait. Here are Harrison's Liverpool childhood, the forging of the Beatles, their unheralded ascendancy, and the bitter break-up; his turbulent solo career with its soaring successes and harrowing setbacks; his reincarnation as a Traveling Wilbury; his impact as a record and film producer; his oft-publicized and misjudged spiritual quest; and much more. This edition includes an additional chapter that discusses Harrison's life through the twenty-fifth-anniversary reunion of the surviving Beatles to record new tracks for their video and musical anthology, as well as updated appendices and rare, previously unpublished photos. The result is a comprehensive, illuminating look at George Harrison's musical career and inner life.
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George was always the "quiet one," and since taking a step back from his own successful solo career following the breakup of the Beatles, Harrison has been a truly reclusive figure. Covering his ... Read full review
Dark horse: the private life of George HarrisonUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Fossilized forever as a Beatle in the Sixties strata of the 20th century, George Harrison, the most underrated of the group, now recalls Beatlemania's more nightmarish overtones. Despite their ... Read full review