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Concert for George

One night only! "It offers a special "something" for everyone who ever appreciated the Quiet Beatle's musical gifts and spiritual explorations." - Washington Post

“The sweet, solemn music of George Harrison, who died in 2001, has rarely sounded more majestic than in the sweeping performances of the enlarged star-studded band that gathered in London at Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 29, 2003 to commemorate his legacy. And ''Concert for George,'' David Leland's moving documentary of that event, mirrors the elegiac happy-sad quality of music that distilled the more spiritually heady aspirations of a segment of old-time hippie culture.

“Revisited three decades after most of them first appeared, Harrison's best-known songs, which adapted the mantric drone and modal angularity of Hindu devotion into highly melodic pop, have an inescapably nostalgic ring.

“Most of Harrison's best-known songs are included in the film. They're interspersed by the terse but affectionate reminiscences of the musical guests, most of whom were his lifelong friends. Eric Clapton, the concert's musical director and dignified M.C., is lead vocalist and guitarist on several numbers. Joining him are Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne and Billy Preston, among others.” - New York Times

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