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Carlton Harrison - Got To Find A Woman album

Carlton Harrison - Got To Find A Woman album
Performer: Carlton Harrison
Title: Got To Find A Woman
Style: Dancehall
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 436
Formats: XM AHX AAC VOC VOX DTS MIDI
MP3 size: 1921 mb
FLAC size: 1745 mb

Tracklist

A Got To Find A Woman
B Got To Find A Woman (Version)

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd.

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Winston Hewitt
  • Producer – Carlton Harrison, Terry Brown
  • Written-By – Carlton Harrison, Terry Brown

Notes

I Believe the credit of "Terry Brown" is for writer and not artist

George Harrison (1943–2001) was an English musician who gained international fame as the lead guitarist of the Beatles. With his songwriting contributions limited by the dominance of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Harrison was the first member of the Beatles to release a solo album.

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I Got A Woman:Ray Charles in 1955. A E Well, I got a woman, way over town, A D A A7 she's good to me, oh, yeah. D D7 Said, I got a woman, way over town.

George Harrison’s seventh solo studio album was recorded at his home in Oxfordshire, Friar Park, in 1976, and much like a fine win. t improves with ag. The other musicians on the album are all Americans, including bassist Willie Weeks, drummer Alvin Taylor, keyboard players Richard Tee and David Foster, and jazz percussionist Emil Richards. George also involved two of his long-standing musical friends, Gary Wright and Billy Preston, on keyboards. And that was not the only song with a long gestation; both ‘Woman Don’t You Cry for Me’ and ‘Beautiful Girl’ also had their origins in the late 1960s. The first of these, and the album’s opening track, he had come up with while touring with, Delaney & Bonnie. It features George’s slide guitar playing and it had been Delaney Bramlett who had introduced his more famous band-member to the idea of playing slide.

Harrison grew to have a dim view of the album in later years, eventually dismissing the work as loads of horrible Mellotron stuff and a police siren. This opinion led to Wonderwall Music earning the dubious distinction of being the first Beatles-related release to be deleted from Apple’s catalogue (albeit briefly). By the time it got to the table there was nothing there. The group even managed to find the house piano and staged a short jam session while they waited. Soon they were ushered into the Oval Office for their not-so-formal meeting with President Ford. George was great at breaking the ice, Scott told Rolling Stone at the time.

George Harrison was one of millions of young Britons inspired to take up the guitar by British skiffle king Lonnie Donegan's recording of "Rock Island Line". The album, however, was extraordinary in any context, built around some highly personal, topical songs, and some phenomenal rockers, but much of it also steeped in spirituality.

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Woman Don’t You Cry For Me Originally on 1976’s Thirty Three and 1/3, the Early Takes version of Woman Don’t You Cry For Me shines much brighter than the original. Like most of Harrison’s mid-period work, it benefits from being laid bare. The album served as the introduction to what the solo George was all about, outside of the looming shadow of the Fab Four-something Harrison considered before recording this classic. I thought a lot about whether to do ‘My Sweet Lord’ or not, because I would be committing myself publicly and I anticipated that a lot of people might get weird about it, he wrote in I Me Mine We got the guitars out and then things loosened up. It was this session that yielded I’d Have You Anytime, an under-appreciated find in Harrison’s oeuvre that stands as one of his most spellbinding works.

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