Finally managed to sit down and watch the Martin Scorsese documentary on George Harrison - "Living in the Material World"
It's a 3 1/2 hr marathon, and is fantastic. Harrison was prolific - and although a fan I never really realized how many hits he either wrote, collaborated on or performed in. I had forgotten that he financed the Monty Python movies - for that alone he should get a Saint Hood.We're so much poorer for not having him around - I wonder what he would be doing now.
The Six Things You Need To Know About Scorsese's George Harrison Documentary
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