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8 jan. 2007, 8h27m par dratironmusicThere are many different factors to consider when determining the source of George's sound. Love him or not, it is impossible to deny that every song George touched had a stamp that was recognizable as the Harrison sound. In this update of Extra Texture, we're going to explore the many aspects that make George's music so unique so grab a cup of coffee, pull out All Things Must Pass and take a journey with me to the inside of George's music.
George refered to them many times in interviews throughout his life but few fans, outside of musicians, really knew what he was talking about. What is this "naughty chord" and what is it that makes it so naughty? The naughty chords George refers to are typicaly dominant diminished chords and augmented chords. All you readers without degrees in music theory, don't run so fast, I'll explain. In music, basic chords are made of three notes (a triad) and can be major or minor. Without getting into the details of how to construct each chord, I'll show you examples. …
11 nov. 2006, 21h41m par engelmeineBefore I start to blubber?!
I just bought the Living in the Material World CD/DVD combo last night...
It is absolutely incredible. It sounds so much better than my old copies on cassette and vinyl, and oh, to finally have Miss O'Dell on CD and MP3!
I can't wait to watch the DVD and make pretty screen captures of George Harrison.
I miss him so much. He was a truly beautiful man both inside and out. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was one of the best slide guitarists that I've ever heard. Nobody could make a guitar whine like George!
Oh, and the answer to my question is "four."
Now let me run and get some Kleenex...