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My brother George Harrison: Beatle's sister shares family pictures for first time

There are 47 comments on the www.mirror.co.uk story from Apr 8, 2009, titled My brother George Harrison: Beatle's sister shares family pictures for first time. In it, www.mirror.co.uk reports that:

The kid brother she had known since he was eight hours old had grown up to become a world-famous Beatle. But George Harrison’s big sister Louise today reveals the crucial part she played in the Fab Four’s big American break. The late George will next week be honoured with his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And nobody will be prouder than Louise, who had moved to the States with her mining engineer husband Gordon in 1963 just as Beatlemania was gripping Britain.

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Aunt Melba

Aspley, Australia

#41 Apr 29, 2009
Greg wrote:
Oh, it's Springsteen.
I like Bruce doing My Sweet Lord look at this...
&fe ature=related
also some nice photos of George on the Springsteen version of SOMETHING
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
(If they don't work, it's the 1 or I or l or
two parallel lines, I wish I knew how to cut and paste the link)
Bubba the Saint

Seattle, WA

#42 Apr 29, 2009
Aunt Melba wrote:
<quoted text>
I like Bruce doing My Sweet Lord look at this...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =zxGJ1u7QsqsXX&feature=rel ated
also some nice photos of George on the Springsteen version of SOMETHING
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
(If they don't work, it's the 1 or I or l or
two parallel lines, I wish I knew how to cut and paste the link)
Hello Melba I have never heard Bruce sing My Sweet lord.It was different but not as good as George.Nobody does it as good as George I guess.
Aunt Melba

Aspley, Australia

#43 Apr 29, 2009
Bubba that's true of course, but it was a nice tribute. I thought Bruce's guitar was a bit too tinny, but I love that he tried. Bruce's 'Something' takes a bit of getting used to but the Photos of George make up for it.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a Bruce fan.
He's the one I was thinking of the other day when we were talking about who's been around a long time and done so much, Paul, Elton, Bob, and Bruce. I'm going to look up who has written and recorded the most songs.
Bubba the Saint

Seattle, WA

#44 Apr 29, 2009
Aunt Melba wrote:
Bubba that's true of course, but it was a nice tribute. I thought Bruce's guitar was a bit too tinny, but I love that he tried. Bruce's 'Something' takes a bit of getting used to but the Photos of George make up for it.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a Bruce fan.
He's the one I was thinking of the other day when we were talking about who's been around a long time and done so much, Paul, Elton, Bob, and Bruce. I'm going to look up who has written and recorded the most songs.
That would interesting to know,I'm more of an Eric Clapton fan.Bruce is ok But I don't think his voice is really good.He has style and he can rock but my favorite performers are the eagles with Joe walsh.or Toto with bobby kimball.The best from down under is the Little River band they were great.And they are still playing tours
Greg

Athens, Greece

#45 Apr 30, 2009
Aunt Melba wrote:
<quoted text>
I like Bruce doing My Sweet Lord look at this...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =zxGJ1u7QsqsXX&feature=rel ated
also some nice photos of George on the Springsteen version of SOMETHING
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
(If they don't work, it's the 1 or I or l or
two parallel lines, I wish I knew how to cut and paste the link)
Thank you very much, Melba and nice to see you. I have many Bruce's albums, he's definitely the "boss". He remains in a good shape still. I enjoyed your links, thanks again.
Bubba the Saint

Seattle, WA

#46 May 1, 2009
May 16th the surviving members of the Greatful dead are playing with the Allman Brothers at the Gorge at George.It's an outdoor venue above the Columbia River.The Doobie Brothers are also on the bill to play with them.Warren Haynes who has played with the Allman bros. will be playing guitar and singing with the Dead.tHE GORGE AT GEORGE has a web site with pictures I believe.
Bubba the Saint

Seattle, WA

#47 May 1, 2009

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