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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Laserdisc release of The Concert For Bangladesh on Discogs. Label: Videoarts Japan, Inc - VALJ • Format: Laserdisc 12 Here Comes The Sun Acoustic Guitar – George Harrison, Various: The Concert For Bangladesh 5/5(1).
  2. The Concert for Bangladesh is a film directed by Saul Swimmer and released in The film documents the two benefit concerts that were organised by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar to raise funds for refugees of the Bangladesh Liberation War, and were held on Sunday, 1 August at Madison Square Garden in New York City. As well as notable performances from Harrison and .
  3. Getty Images. It was 49 years ago Saturday (August 1st, ) that George Harrison and friends performed the legendary Concert For Bangladesh at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Harrison organized the shows at the urging of his mentor, sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar, who asked Harrison to help raise and awareness for his native, famine stricken East Pakistan, by then renamed Bangladesh.
  4. The Concert for Bangladesh: Get a festival overview including artist statistics and setlists.
  5. Jul 22,  · As the song title alone suggests, “Beware Of Darkness” has a very different message, and includes this verse: The clip above shows the song performed at the “Concert for Bangladesh,” with Harrison and Leon Russell on vocals. George Harrison's Estate Burns GOP Over Unauthorized Usage Of 'Here Comes The Sun'.
  6. Mar 05,  · The Concert For Bangladesh performed at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 2/25/17 Tommy Williams - Guitar/Vocals Kenny Forgione - Guitar/Vocals John Merjave - Guitar Godfrey Townsend - Guitar.
  7. Here Comes The Sun Acoustic Guitar – George Harrison, Pete Ham Vocals – George Harrison Written-By The Concert For Bangladesh ‎ (Laserdisc, 12", RE, NTSC) Videoarts Japan, Inc: VALJ Japan: Various: The Concert For Bangladesh.
  8. Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison is the third compilation of George Harrison's music, and the first to span his entire solo career after the Beatles era. The collection was announced on 14 April , the same day that Harrison received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was released 16 June , on both CD and in digital format.

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