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9 Replies to “ Lay His Head - George Harrison - Through All Those Years (CD) ”

  1. My favourite George B side is ‘Lay his head’ the beautiful B Side of ‘Got My mind Set On you’ (the first single I ever brought)- originally intended for the ‘Somewhere in England.
  2. GEORGE HARRISON SINGLE DISCOGRAPHY Got My Mind Set On You/Lay His Head (UK)Dark Horse W / WB - Limited 7inch Box October 12, (US)Dark Horse This Is Love/Breath Away From Heaven/All Those Years Ago, Hong Kong Blues Dark Horse WCD - CD Single June,
  3. Cloud Nine was Harrison's comeback album. He hadn't had a hit since with "All Those Years Ago," and his previous US #1 was "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)" in Until the Beach Boys released "Kokomo," Harrison had the record for longest span between #1 hits. "Got My Mind Set On You," however, was his last single to chart.
  4. “All Those Years Ago” epitomizes both the positive and negative aspects of the new LP as a whole, and of Harrison’s work in general. One was prepared to be deeply moved.
  5. George is always calm – he sometimes gets a grump, but he’s always calm – and he was extremely calm that night, and very, very indignant. He went into the house and looked around at all these men and one woman, and said something like. ‘Birds have nests and animals have holes, but man hath nowhere to lay his head.’ – ‘Oh, really, sir?
  6. George Harrison Miscellaneous Lay His Head I know that I seem strange to you sometimes And who is it in here, you have often thought But what can I tell you That you don't know already? Yes, even the times like this Will roll away But I love you (I love you) I love you (I love you) That's all that I ever really wanted I know that it will work.
  7. George Harrison discography and songs: Music profile for George Harrison, born 25 February Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Electronic. Albums include All Things Must Pass, Living in the Material World, and Cloud Nine.
  8. Indeed, there were many behind-the-scenes tales about the creation of the album, most notably that it wasn’t the song cycle that George Harrison wanted to release, but Warner Bros. rejected his original concept on the basis that four tracks — Flying Hour, Lay His Head, Sat Singing, and Tears of the World — held no commercial viability.
  9. 7" Single on 45cat: George Harrison - Got My Mind Set On You / Lay His Head - Dark Horse - Ireland - W

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