Новый сентябрьский номер (#1139) американского издания журнала Rolling Stone выходит с большой статьей о Джордже Харрисоне. Статья приурочена к выходу фильма Мартина Скорсезе "George Harrison: Living in the Material World". Статья включает редкие фотографии Джорджа из семейного архива и комментарии Оливии и Дани Харрисон, Тома Петти, Рави Шанкара и многих друзей Джорджа.
George Harrison with his older brother Peter in the early Fifties.
At the Empire State Building
In Tahiti, 1964, on one of his first real vacations. "We hadn't been hardly anywhere out of England," said Harrison. "It was incredible, a smooth lagoon with the island in the background with mountains and coconut palms. . . . It blissed me out."
Bob Dylan, playing tennis with Harrison on the Isle of Wight in 1969
Playing tennis with Bob Dylan on the Isle of Wight in 1969. To Harrison, Dylan was both a friend and hero. "George used to hang over the balcony videoing Bob while Bob wasn't aware of it," said Tom Petty. "Bob would be sitting at the piano, playing, and George would tape it and listen to it all night."
Harrison with his head gardener, Maurice Milbourne, at his home, Friar Park, which he bought in 1970 and became the center of his post-Beatles life; the fairy-tale estate – which contained a 120-room mansion, caves, gargoyles and waterfalls – entranced visitors. "It's like Disneyland," Harrison said in 1987.
Pictured here in 1976; Harrison first visited the country a decade earlier.