george harrison 1974 tour
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Rit

Newton, NJ

#42 Feb 18, 2013
I caught the NYC 12/19/74 show. Ravi was booed, for asking the crowd to "please stop smoking". GeorgeĀ‘s voice was rough, so was the crowd. In the end, I will never forget his statement "I knew it would all come out in the wash!". The crowd had finally shown their appreciation for the show, and it ended with both the crowd, and artists very happy.
bob francais

Hilo, HI

#43 May 13, 2013
I saw the 1974 concert in providence ri and i thought george was great. i was not let down at all. he put on a great show and he played and sang great. his songs were great and i thought dark horse was great, george played acoustic guitar and he sounded great, also he was grest on the electric guitar also. george gave it his best and i became a bigger fan after that. His albums he put out were very good and some of the songs are great and i still enjoy lisitening to his music from time to time, i really liked his last album brainwashed. he sure was a great guitar player and sure never let me down i miss you george and i will always remember 1974 and seeing you live.
Silverback

Red Deer, Canada

#44 Sep 26, 2013
Saw the Vancouver concert that kicked off the 1974 tour. Only slightly less disappointing than my first bigtime concert: McCartney & Wings in Aarhus, 1972
Taylor Henry

Washington, DC

#45 Jan 16, 2014
I caught both the '74 tour (day show in Atlanta) and the '91 tour of Japan (Yokohama and Tokyo). In Japan, I met the man in person, interviewing him for an American television news channel. I thought the '74 concert was a real uplifting experience. George was high energy, in contrast to his "All Things Must Pass" hermit image. In person in Japan, he was gracious and cordial, able to step outside his role as Beatle and rock star and talk about his successful career in show biz.
Bev Freeman

Toney, AL

#46 Jan 29, 2014
Clayton wrote:
I'm 24 just getting into the Beatles and I have come into Possesion of a 74 George Harrison Live in Vancouver Still Sealed and A Live in Texes in great shape.
Could any of you wise fan give me some info on these records I cant find them anywhere on the web
Thank you
Did you ever find anything out on the album? I was given two original pics of George taken at the concert. I was wondering what they would be worth today. I have read up on the concert as it has been given only bad comments. I am a George Harrison fan - a 100%%% Beatles fan - have been since I was a kid in 1964. If you have any further comments or know anymore on the concert items please let me know...thanks!!!
KJS

Glendale, CA

#47 Feb 12, 2014
BuzzKirk wrote:
The Los Angeles show was the Forum in Inglewood, not Long Beach as mentioned above. Kudos to Tom Scott and the band (Robbin Ford, etc.) who played well, but George was not in good form that night. George jokes when introducing "Dark Horse," that "it ought to be called 'Hoarse Horse' because I've lots my voice."
Harrison did several shows at the Forum and one show in Long Beach, I was at all of them

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