George Harrison

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Sanctuary, 2001 - Music - 493 pages
3 Reviews
Well-researched and frank, this full biography includes an account of Harrison's rivalries, drug abuse, religious obsession, marital ructions, artistic plagarism and finally his reputation as a talented, charitable, middle-aged musician.

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User Review  - donaldgallinger - LibraryThing

Alan Clayson's book on George Harrison is a thoughtful and well-documented biography of the "quiet" Beatle, whose song writing abilities were always overshadowed by the talents of John Lennon and Paul ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew Doran - Goodreads

A worthwhile read if you have not read much about George's life before. I didn't warm to Clayson's style in that he comes across as quite judgemental and acerbic at times, however others may find this ... Read full review


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Alan Clayson lives in Dover, UK. He is the author of 7 books.

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