As an inveterate Beatles’ fan, referring as no real shock that I would heartily endorse this book. Long dubbed the Quiet Beatle along with similar cliches, George Harrison genuinely does offer his voice and reflections with this work. Always an exclusive man, George’s wordings here is a almost cryptic.
This work provides readers having a “glimpse” of George being raised; the previous Beatle describes his working class roots in Liverpool, his musical muse and later on, his serve as a gifted composer, guitarist and lyricist. Indeed, George Harrison has expanded musical horizons; in 1965 he became enamored from the sitar and included it on several songs on “Rubber Soul” and then collections.
His lifelong search for spiritual knowledge and core belief system are explored; indeed, it truly is in his own words he explains that she does not follow an “organized” or “traditional” religion, but instead bases his spiritual feelings around his internal beliefs.
I much like the input the artist’s wife Olivia offered; her words are a welcome and added treat to the present work. Indeed, it truly is Olivia’s contribution which make the reissue on this work better still and more effective in touching readers.