George Harrison - Living In The Material World FLAC album
Early and alternate takes of each track of this album.
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George Harrison: Living in the Material World is a 2011 documentary film directed by Martin Scorsese, based on the life of The Beatles' George Harrison. It earned six nominations at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, winning two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming and Outstanding Nonfiction Special.
George Harrison (1967). In May 1973 came the release of George’s second studio album of new songs, Living In The Material World. He was joined in the studio by several musician friends who had also played on All Things Must Pass and others like Jim Keltner, with whom he had worked during The Concert for Bangladesh concerts in 1971. The album and its lead single, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) both reached number one in America and on charts around the world.
George Harrison 's follow-up to the triple-disc All Things Must Pass (which had been comprised of an immense backlog of great songs that he'd built up across the last years of his time with the Beatles ), Living in the Material World was necessarily a letdown for fans and critics, appearing as it did.
Comes with an 1. " x 1. " colour fold-out insert with lyrics, in a gatefold cover. Disc comes in a dark tan/brown large hole inner sleeve (similar to the sleeves in Concert For Bangla Desh). Recorded At APPLE STUDIO, 3 Savile Row, London, . England ALL GLORIES TO SRI KṚṢṆA An Apple Record An EMI Recording Krishna and Arjuna Paintings from Bhagavad-Gita as it is by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (MacMillan).
Given everything George Harrison represents, it would be virtually impossible for one to try to separate the man, the myth and the music, and undertake an in vitro analysis of Living in the Material World. Suffice it to say that these three aspects blend harmoniously into a single creation that is vastly appealing and in places very moving. Harrison inherited the most precious Beatle legacy - the spiritual aura that the group accumulated, beginning with the White Album - and has maintained its inviolability with remarkable grace. In its special way, Living in the Material World is as personal and confessional a work as the first John Lennon album, though it is not nearly so intellectually provocative. Despite the occasional use of psychedelic puns, Harrison’s lyrics are so guileless they convey an extraordinary sincerity that transcends questions of craftsmanship.
George Harrison said about the album: Oh yeah. I’m living in it. But people interpret it to mean money, cars, that sort of thing– although those are part of the material world. The material world is like the physical world, as opposed to the spiritual. For me, living in the material world just meant being in this physical body with all the things that go along with it. Living in the Material World Q&A. Producers George Harrison & Phil Spector. Writers George Harrison. More George Harrison albums. Show all albums by George Harrison.
George Harrison’s eagerly anticipated fourth solo album, Living in A Material World, is both introspective and deeply spiritual in nature. George was inspired to write, ‘The Day the World Gets ‘Round’ following the Concert for Bangladesh in August 1971. Other songs take a look back at the legacy left by The Beatles, in particular, ‘Sue Me, Sue You Blues’. But the album reflects George’s desire to be seen as his own man, and not simply as the former Beatle. The Light That Has Lighted the World’, ‘Who Can See It’ and ‘Be Here Now’ all fall into this category
Based on the life of George Harrison, it is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom in 2011. The film will follow Harrison's story from his early life in Liverpool, the success of Beatlemania, his travels to India, the influence of Indian culture in his music, and his relevance and importance as a member of The Beatles. The film is an exploration.
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|A1||Give Me Love - (Give Me Peace On Earth)||3:32|
|A2||Sue Me, Sue You Blues||4:43|
|A3||The Light That Has Lighted The World||3:28|
|A4||Don't Let Me Wait Too Long||2:54|
|A5||Who Can See It||3:49|
|A6||Living In The Material World||5:27|
|B1||The Lord Loves The One (That Loves The Lord)||4:32|
|B2||Be Here Now||4:07|
|B3||Try Some Buy Some
Drums – Jim GordonProducer – Phil Spector
|B4||The Day The World Gets 'Round||2:50|
|B5||That Is All||3:40|
- Recorded At – Apple Studios
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Bass – Klaus Voormann
- Design – Wilkes & Braun Inc.
- Drums – Jim Keltner, Ringo Starr
- Engineer [Recording And Remix] – Philip McDonald*
- Guitar, Written-By, Producer – George Harrison
- Keyboards – Gary Wright, Nicky Hopkins
- Mastered By – Doug Sax
- Photography By [Cover] – Kendall L. Johnson
- Photography By [Inside] – Ken Marcus
- Saxophone, Flute – Jim Horn
- Strings – John Barham
- Tabla – Zakir Hussein*
NotesCapitol reissue on Forest Green label.
#SN-16216, Green Label Capitol, 1973 EMI Records Limited.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 07777162161
|PAS10006, 0C 064 o 05370||George Harrison||Living In The Material World (LP, Album, Gat)||Apple Records, Apple Records||PAS10006, 0C 064 o 05370||UK||1973|
|LSAP 70564, LSAP-70564||George Harrison||Living In The Material World (LP, Album)||Jugoton, Apple Records||LSAP 70564, LSAP-70564||Yugoslavia||1973|
|SBTX-1026||George Harrison||Living In The Material World (LP, Album, Gat)||Apple Records||SBTX-1026||Brazil||1973|
|2 C 066-05370, 2C 066 - 05.370||George Harrison||Living In The Material World (LP, Album, Gat)||Apple Records, Apple Records||2 C 066-05370, 2C 066 - 05.370||France||1973|
|TOCP-6952||George Harrison||Living In The Material World (CD, Album)||Odeon, Apple Records||TOCP-6952||Japan||1991|