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George Harrison

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  • ^ Thorpe, Vanessa; Dowell, Ben (3 September 2011). "George Harrison and his women – Martin Scorsese's new documentary reveals the candid truth". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 January 2013. 
  • ^ Carpenter, Jeff (9 November 2001). "George Harrison Receives Radiation Treatment".  
  • ^ Doggett 2009, pp. 330–331.
  • ^ Civil Action CV040033 (NGG) (PDF), Complaint, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, The Estate of George Harrison v Gilbert Lederman. The allegations about the autograph appear on page 10 of the Complaint.
  • ^ Goldman, Andrew (21 May 2005). "The Doctor Can't Help Himself".  
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  • ^ Glaberson, William (17 January 2004). "Harrison Estate Settles Suit Over Guitar Autographed by Dying Beatle". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 May 2010. 
  • ^ Desborough, James; Fowler, Stewart (2 December 2001). "George Harrison Born 1943 – Died 2001: Macca and Ringo's secret Beatles Last Supper with deathbed George.(News)".  
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  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 198; Doggett 2009, p. 332; "George Harrison (1943–2001)".  .
  • ^ "Harrison leaves £99m will". BBC News. 29 November 2002. Retrieved 19 September 2009. Harrison left £99,226,700, reduced to £98,916,400 after expenses, a High Court spokeswoman confirmed. 
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. 118; Leng 2006, p. 293.
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. 118.
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  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 159–160.
  • ^ Harry 2000, pp. 551: "I Need You", 1190: "You Like Me Too Much".
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. xv.
  • ^ Miles 1997, p. 554: (primary source); Fawcett 1977, p. 96: (secondary source).
  • ^ Schinder & Schwartz 2008, p. 174.
  • ^ Inglis 2010, pp. xv: most Beatles albums contain at least two Harrison compositions, 7:Revolver.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 31.
  • ^ The Beatles 2000, p. 243.
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  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. 15.
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  • ^ Harrison 2002, p. 15.
  • ^ a b Petty 2011, p. 58.
  • ^ Kitts 2002, p. 17.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 294–295: Perkins; Harry 2000, pp. 140–141: Berry; Keltner 2002, p. 231: Cooder.
  • ^ Leng 2006, pp. 4–5.
  • ^ Everett 2001, p. 48.
  • ^ a b c Everett 1999, p. 13.
  • ^ Everett 2001, pp. 62–63, 136.
  • ^ a b Everett 2001, pp. 134–135.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, p. 120: "secret weapon"; Leng 2006, p. 14: Harrison helped to popularize the model.
  • ^ Doggett & Hodgson 2004, p. 82.
  • ^ Everett 2001, pp. 193–195.
  • ^ Everett 2001, pp. 284–285.
  • ^ Everett 2001, p. 318.
  • ^ Everett 1999, p. 19: "altered scale degrees"; Everett 2001, p. 331: "ambiguous tonal coloring".
  • ^ Everett 1999, pp. 47, 49–51.
  • ^ Everett 1999, p. 58: "I Want to Tell You"; Lavezzoli 2006, pp. 179–180: Harrison's guitar part for "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds",
  • ^ Everett 1999, p. 243.
  • ^ Everett 1999, p. 244.
  • ^ Huntley 2006, p. 35.
  • ^ Greene 2006, p. 140.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 42.
  • ^ Badman 2001, p. 12.
  • ^ Leng 2006, pp. 84–85.
  • ^ a b Leng 2006, p. 109.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 29–30: Performing "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" with Holland; Leng 2006, p. 232: Hawaiian influence on Gone Troppo.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 198.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 279.
  • ^ Huntley 2006, pp. 149, 232.
  • ^ Everett 1999, pp. 65: "She Said She Said", 268: "Golden Slumbers", 196: "Birthday", 190: "Honey Pie"; Glazer 1977, p. 36: "Drive My Car".
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 205: "Faster", 230: "Wake Up My Love", 152: "Bye Bye Love".
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 18–19: Höfner President Acoustic, 22: Höfner Club 40 model.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 25–27.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 110–112: Harrison used Gretsch models played through a Vox amplifier; Bacon 2005, p. 65: the Gretsch Duo Jet featured on the album cover for Cloud Nine.
  • ^ Bacon 2005, p. 65.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 52–55: Gretsch 6128 Duo Jet; 89–91, 99–101: Gretsch 6122 Country Gentleman; 105–106: Gretsch 6119–62 Tennessee Rose.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 94–97: Rickenbacker 425 Fireglo; Smith 1987, pp. 77–79: Harrison acquired his first Rickenbacker 360/12 in New York in February 1964. It was the second of its kind to be manufactured.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, p. 157.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 180–182, 198: Epiphone Casino.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 72–75: Gibson J-160E, 180–183: Fender Stratocaster and Gibson SG.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 156–157, 206–207: Fender Stratocaster "Rocky".
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 224–225.
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 224–225: Gibson Les Paul "Lucy".
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 223–224: Gibson Jumbo J-200.
  • ^ http://www.fender.com/news/philip-kubicki-1943-2013/
  • ^ Babiuk 2002, pp. 237–239: Fender Telecaster.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 55: Lomax; 59: Preston; 60–62: Troy.
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. 55.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 162–163: Dylan, 121–125: Eric Clapton, 303–304: Billy Preston, 381–382: Doris Troy, 41: David Bromberg, 171: Ronnie Wood, 395: Gary Wright, 257–258: Jeff Lynne, 295–296: Tom Petty.
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  • ^ Winn 2009, p. 229.
  • ^ Winn 2009, p. 289.
  • ^ Harry 2003, p. 283.
  • ^ Schaffner 1980, p. 164.
  • ^ Leng 2006, pp. 108–109.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 108: "I Wrote a Simple Song"; Matovina 2000, p. 136.
  • ^ Leng 2006, pp. 73, 108.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 140.
  • ^ Leng 2006, pp. 138, 148, 169, 171, 328.
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  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 146, 149.
  • ^ Kot 2002, p. 194: "Walk a Thin Line"; Leng 2006, p. 187: New York Connection.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 109: "Distance Makes No Difference With Love" 384: Under the Red Sky.
  • ^ Huntley 2006, pp. 303–304.
  • ^ Harry 2003, p. 119.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 20.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 147.
  • ^ Harrison 2011, p. 216.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 172.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 171.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, pp. 171–172.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, pp. 106, 172.
  • ^ a b c d Lavezzoli 2006, p. 176.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 175.
  • ^ Everett 1999, p. 71.
  • ^ Harrison 2002, p. 57: (primary source); Lavezzoli 2006, p. 185: (secondary source).
  • ^ Schaffner 1980, pp. 77–78.
  • ^ Lavezzoli 2006, p. 173.
  • ^ a b Doggett 2009, p. 33.
  • ^ Greene 2006, p. 158: Harrison became a vegetarian in the late 1960s; Tillery 2011, p. 56: Harrison became a devotee of Paramahansa Yogananda.
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  • ^ Huntley 2006, p. 87; Tillery 2011, p. 111.
  • ^ Tillery 2011, p. 78.
  • ^ Glazer 1977, pp. 39–40.
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. 11.
  • ^ Miles 2007, p. 210.
  • ^ Boyd 2007, p. 60.
  • ^ Badman 2001, p. 210: Divorce date; Doggett 2009, p. 209: separated in 1974.
  • ^ Boyd 2007, pp. 179–180.
  • ^ Boyd 2007, p. 181.
  • ^ Doggett 2009, p. 261.
  • ^ Harry 2003, p. 227; Leng 2006, p. 53.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 217–218, 223–224; Inglis 2010, pp. 50, 82.
  • ^ Greene 2006, pp. 226–227.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 94.
  • ^ For Hamilton Island, Australia see: Tillery 2011, p. 128; for Nahiku, Hawaii see: Huntley 2006, p. 283
  • ^ Davies 2009, p. 360.
  • ^ Harrison 2011, p. 357.
  • ^ Huntley 2006, p. 170; Tillery 2011, p. 121.
  • ^ Doggett 2009, pp. 265–266: I, Me, Mine said little about the Beatles; Huntley 2006, p. 170: Derek Taylor helped Harrison write the book; Tillery 2011, p. 121: I, Me, Mine included the lyrics, with comments by Harrison.
  • ^ Doggett 2009, p. 266.
  • ^ a b Buckley 2004, p. 127.
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  • ^ Huntley 2006, p. 167.
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  • ^ The Beatles 2000, p. 357.
  • ^ Sheff 1981, p. 148.
  • ^ Tillery 2011, p. 122.
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  • ^ Gilmore 2002, p. 48.
  • ^ Rodriguez 2010, p. 24.
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  • ^ Badman 2001, p. 274.
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  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 211–212.
  • ^ Harry 2003, p. 212.
  • ^ a b Inglis 2010, p. 83.
  • ^ Leng 2006, p. 244.
  • ^ Inglis 2010, p. xvi.
  • ^ Harry 2003, pp. 211–213.
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  • ^ a b Harry 2003, pp. 138–139.
  • ^ Doggett 2009, p. 262: "one of the few morally good people"; Harry 2003, pp. 138–139: Eric Idle performed Python's "Lumberjack Song".
  • ^ For his posthumous induction into the Madison Square Garden Walk of Fame see: Carter, Rachel Bonham (1 August 2006). "'"George Harrison honoured on 35th anniversary of 'Concert for Bangladesh. UNICEF. Retrieved 19 December 2008. ; For his posthumous induction into the  
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  • ^ "Scorsese's George Harrison film gets Liverpool premiere". BBC News. 15 September 2011. Retrieved 10 October 2011. 
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