James Reed , J.F. Harrison / George Wilton Ballard - If It Takes A Thousand Years / Could The Dreams Of A Dreamer Come True album flac
|A||If It Takes A Thousand Years|
|B||Could The Dreams Of A Dreamer Come True|
NotesBatwing Victor, 75 cents in USA on left middle
James F. Harrison (the baritone on this recording) also recorded under the name Frederick Wheeler, while James Reed (the tenor) also recorded under the name Reed Miller. This song was also a hit for John McCormack in September 1917. Also recorded by George W. Ballard.
Текст и слова песни A thousand years (Christina Perri). Скачать текст песни, распечатать текст песни.
Since I couldn´t find this song at that time I uploaded it myself with random images of George. Still it only takes time 'Til love comes to everyone. It's so true it can happen to you all; there, Knock and it will open wide, And it only takes time 'Til love comes to everyone.
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Cloud 9" is a song by English rock musician George Harrison that was released as the opening track of his 1987 album Cloud Nine. It was also issued as a promotional single in the United States, where it peaked at number 9 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart. Co-produced by Jeff Lynne, the recording features guitar interplay between Harrison, on slide guitar, and Eric Clapton. Harrison performed the song in concert throughout his 1991 Japanese tour with Clapton and in 1992.
It was published in February 1988, in a limited run of 2500 copies, by Genesis Publications, and included an EP of rare or previously unreleased Harrison recordings.
Early Takes: Volume 1 is a compilation album of tracks recorded by George Harrison, released on 1 May 2012. The tracks were featured in and originally released as part of the deluxe version of Martin Scorsese's 2011 documentary film George Harrison: Living in the Material World. Early Takes: Volume 1 was released on 1 May 2012 by UMe on CD, LP and as a digital download.
The first true sessions for the film/album took place at De Lane Lea Studios in London on December 21. Those recordings featured just two players – sarod master Aashish Khan and his longtime tabla player, Mahapurush Misra, who were experiencing their first winter together on tour in England. On the 22nd, George produced five takes of a song of the band’s called In the First Place, with Tony Ashton singing.
The second of George’s tracks on this album is ‘If I Needed Someone’, something of a musical coda to Help!’s ‘I Need You’. In August 1966, three of George’s songs appeared on the band’s ground-breaking Revolver, adding crucial elements that made the album such a progressive and special record: there’s the brilliant ‘Taxman’, with its iconic bassline, while ‘Love You To’ uses Indian instruments. All Things Must Pass (1970) could not be more different. Released as a triple-LP box set, it remains a staggering achievement. Two and a half years later, the self-titled George Harrison became his second Dark Horse release. Recorded after George’s marriage to Olivia, it’s a pure reflection of their love, opening with the heartfelt ‘Love Comes To Everyone’, and includes another song about his bliss, ‘Dark Sweet Lady’.