George Harrison - Ravi Shankar - Give Us Love album flac
- Album: Give Us Love
- FLAC: 1567 mb | MP3: 1477 mb
- Released: 2014
- Style: Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 740
- Format: MP1 MP2 APE VOC WMA VOX AAC
|1-1||–George Harrison||Hari's On Tour (Express)|
|1-2||–George Harrison||While My Guitar Gently Weeps|
|1-4||–Billy Preston||Will It Go Round In Circles|
|1-5||–George Harrison||Sue Me, Sue You Blues Take 1|
|1-6||–George Harrison||Sue Me, Sue You Blues Take 2|
|1-7||–Ravi Shankar||Zoom, Zoom, Zoom|
|1-8||–Ravi Shankar||Na Na Dahni|
|1-9||–Ravi Shankar||I Am Missing You|
|1-10||–Ravi Shankar||Shankar Family Introduction|
|1-11||–Ravi Shankar||This Beautiful Bair-am (Jazz)|
|2-1||–George Harrison||In My Life|
|2-2||–George Harrison||Band Intro|
|2-3||–George Harrison||Give Me Love|
|2-4||–George Harrison||In My Life|
|2-5||–Tom Scott||Tom Cat|
|2-6||–George Harrison||Maya Love|
|2-7||–George Harrison||Dark Horse|
|2-8||–Billy Preston||Nothing From Nothing|
|2-9||–Billy Preston||Outa Space|
|2-10||–George Harrison||What Is Life|
|2-11||–George Harrison||My Sweet Love|
- Recorded At – Chicago Stadium
NotesONLY 60 COPIES WORLDWIDE !!!!!!!!!
RECORDED - 1974 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
Afternoon Show / NOVEMBER 30 1974
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL, USA
2xCD DIGIPACK EDITION !!!!
The 1997 album " Chants Of India" was the final album on which Ravi Shankar collaborated with George Harrison
1999 Выжил после вооружённого нападения сумасшедшего.
2001 Умер 29 ноября 2001 года.
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George Harrison and Ravi Shankar's 1974 North American tour was a 45-show concert tour of the United States and Canada, undertaken by English musician George Harrison and Indian sitarist Ravi Shankar in November and December of 1974. It is often referred to as the Dark Horse Tour, since the concerts served as a launch for Harrison's record label Dark Horse Records, to which Shankar was one of the inaugural signings, and Harrison's concurrent single was the song "Dark Horse".
George Harrison & Ravi Shankar – Your True Love (Carl Perkins Memoria. :36. Ravi Shankar, George Harrison – Veenaa-Murali. Ravi Shankar & George Harrison - Chants Of India – 11 Mangalam. Ravi Shankar & Ustad Ali Akbar Khan – Bangla Dhun.
Harrison was inspired to produce Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India after hearing an orchestral composition Shankar did for All India Radio around the mid-'60s, and which has more of an ensemble feel than many of Shankar's recordings, as it features more than a dozen Indian musicians, including a good number of vocalists.
George Harrison, Ravi Shankar Introduction Wah-Wah My Sweet Lord Awaiting On You All That's The Way God Planned It It Don't Come Easy Beware Of Darkness Band Introduction While My Guitar Gently Weeps Jumpin' Jack Flash, Youngblood Here Comes The Sun A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry Blowin'. In The Wind Mr. Tambourine Man Just Like A Woman Something Bangla Desh. album: "Living In The Material World" (1973). Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) Sue Me, Sue You Blues The Light That Has Lighted The World Don't Let.
At that time, the country was ravaged by floods, famine and civil war, which left 10 million people - mostly women and children - fleeing their homes. The Concert for Bangladesh was one of the most ambitious humanitarian efforts in rock music history, and focused global attention on the crisis in Bangladesh while raising new awareness of UNICEF and its role in the developing world.
Country: US. Released: 25 Oct 2005. George Harrison & Ravi Shankar. Sarod – Ustad Ali Akbar Khan Sitar – Ravi ShankarTabla – Ustad Alla Rakah Tambura – Kamala y – Ravi Shankar. Love Minus Zero, No Limit. Bass – Leon RussellElectric Guitar – George HarrisonTambourine – Ringo StarrVocals, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar – Bob DylanWritten-By – Bob Dylan. Album originally released in 1972. Track 2-10 is a bonus/additional track only found on the remastered CD release.
On July 24, 1997, George Harrison visited VH1 with his old friend Ravi Shankar to discuss Shankar's new studio album, Chants of India, which Harrison had produced and played on. According to host John Fugelsang, Harrison had planned only to stop by and give us a little 10-minute sound byte. Instead, the "quiet Beatle" talked at length about the Fab Four, the Concert for Bangladesh, his own music and his spirituality.