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70. ^ Spizer, p. 439. ^ a b c d e f Lindsay Planer, "George Harrison 'Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)'", AllMusic (retrieved 26 May 2014). Simon Leng, While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Music of George Harrison, Hal Leonard (Milwaukee, WI, 2006; ISBN 1-4234-0609-5). 95. ^ Search: "George Harrison", Flavour of New Zealand/Steve Kohler, 2007 (retrieved 26 May 2014). ^ Harold Bronson, "Nicky Hopkins", Zoo World, 25 October 1973; available at Rock's Backpages (subscription required). ^ Joe Marchese, "Give Me Love: George Harrisons 'Apple Years' Are Collected On New Box Set", The Second Disc, 2 September 2014 (retrieved 29 September 2014).
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada Radha Krishna Temple The Rutles Ravi Shankar Derek Taylor Traveling Wilburys Klaus Voormann Gary Wright Albums Is This What You Want? That's the Way God Planned It Doris Troy Encouraging Words The Radha Krsna Temple Joi Bangla (EP) Footprint Straight Up Raga Brother In Concert 1972 Shankar Family & Friends The Place I Love Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India Traveling Wilburys Vol. ^ "MOJO Issue 216 / November 2011", mojo4music.com (retrieved 26 May 2014). Personnel. If that happens and you are lucky, it can usually be turned into a song. media", Goldmine, 25 January 2002, p. ^ Harrison biographer Elliot Huntley views the words to "Give Me Love" as a "lyrically dummed-down version" of the singer's Hindu-aligned spiritual message. The theme regarding deliverance from rebirth in the physical world features more overtly in other tracks on Living in the Material World, notably "The Lord Loves the One (That Loves the Lord)" and "Living in the Material World". ^ As with "Om", the word "Please" is rendered in capital letters on the printed lyrics. ^ According to Beatles Diary compiler Keith Badman, an alternative version of "Give Me Love" exists, which Harrison gave to BBC Radio 1 DJ Alan Freeman for promotional purposes. ^ Harrison also contributed to Hopkins' solo album The Tin Man Was a Dreamer, recording for which took place at Apple Studio in between sessions for Living in the Material World. ^ Although the A-side's running time read 3:32 on the single, "Give Me Love" actually ran to about 3:25. ^ "Give Me Love" also topped the US charts compiled by Cash Box and Record World. In the UK, Melody Maker's chart recorded the single at number 7. ^ Thanks to Preston's appearances in the Beatles' 1970 documentary Let It Be and the Concert for Bangladesh film, he would long remain associated with the band. This was particularly so in mid 1973 when press reports tied him to a possible Beatles reunion, following the Los Angeles sessions for Ringo Starr's Ringo album. ^ Harrison's idealism was generally welcomed in the United States during this time. According to former Record Collector editor Peter Doggett, however, Lennon and McCartney's respective activities over 197172, particularly their public support for the republican cause in Northern Ireland, ensured that many music critics in the UK now responded with hostility towards the former Beatles. ^ Writing in the 2004 Rolling Stone Album Guide, Mac Randall described the tune as one of "Harrison's prettiest". ^ Harrison had agreed to the adaptations by Wood and May on the understanding that no advance publicity would mention his connection. . ^ Lavezzoli, p. ^ Brackett & Hoard, p. ^ The Editors of Rolling Stone, pp.
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