George Harrison - Guitar, Vocals, Producer
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Erika (June 8, 2007)
One of the best solo George albums! These songs are a lot happier and a lot catchier than other George stuff. \"Love Come To Everyone\" is fun and catchy, \"Not Guilty\" finally resurfaces (it was started during recording for the White Album, I think - anyway it\'s on Anthology 3) \"Here Comes the Moon\" doesn\'t stand up to \"Here Comes the Sun\" but is still very good, & \"Blow Away\" and \"Faster\" are both fast & fun.
Bruce Beatlefan (April 17, 2006)
George Harrison\'s first album in three years finds him with a new wife and a baby son and seemingly basking in the Hawaiian sunshine (and moonlight), resulting in one of George Harrison\'s most mellow and lovely albums. You get the idea that George is kicked back in his lawnchair--not simply sipping rum and soaking up rays (that doesn\'t happen until Gone Troppo)--but hard at work wielding some exceptionally exquisite sounds from his guitar, resulting in songs like \"Here Comes the Moon\", \"Your Love is Forever\", and \"Soft Touch\". The latter two songs form, along with \"Dark Sweet Lady\", a superb triple play of love songs--his finest since \"Something\". When you add to this mix the other outstanding tracks \"Soft-Hearted Hana\", \"Blow Away\", and \"Faster\" (George\'s ode to his Formula One racing buddies), you have one of George Harrison\'s most satisfying albums.
BeatleBeatle (April 2, 2005)
It takes a few listens, but the pop songwriting on this album is both catchy and moving. Easily one of the best Beatles solo albums, and one of George's best.
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