Tag Archives: George Harrison

Donovan: Psychedelia’s Poet Laureate

Donovan, who the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame claimed “single-handedly initiated the psychedelic revolution,” talks to Goldmine about his close relationship with The Beatles and how a creative movement changed from psychedelic drugs to meditation.

35 Reviews in 7 Days, Part 6

by John M. Borack Heading into the home stretch… THE MUFFS – Happy Birthday to Me The Muffs’ Happy Birthday to Me has received the deluxe reissue treatment from Omnivore Recordings on the occasion of the album’s 20th anniversary, and …

Alvin Lee’s road to rock’s freedom

Few rock albums have a back story as rich as the one that belongs to “On The Road To Freedom,” the 1973 release from guitar virtuoso Alvin Lee and southern gospel prodigy Mylon LeFevre.

Beatles’ “Revolver” at 50!

The year 1966 would prove to be transitional for The Beatles. “Revolver” would be the only album released during the year — and, boy, was it grand! Read the story behind the album’s production.

Book Review – George Harrison: Soul Man by John Blaney

George Harrison – Soul Man by John Blaney Mega Dodo/Paper Jukebox ISBN 978-0-9544528-7-2 (book) They always called him the quiet one, but of course, he wasn’t.  Not really.  Quiet ones don’t write songs like “Taxman,” “Piggies” and “Bangla-Desh.”  Quiet ones …

Wild Honey Orchestra Does the White Album

by John M. Borack A horde of pop music talent took to the stage to celebrate the music of the Beatles’ classic White Album as the Los Angeles-based musical aggregation known as the Wild Honey Orchestra – along with a gaggle …