It was 45 years ago tonight (January 27th, 1970) that John Lennon recorded “Instant Karma.” Lennon had already recorded several experimental albums and two singles under the name the Plastic Ono Band. “Instant Karma,” however, was released under the name John Ono Lennon, the name he’d created when he legally changed his middle name from Winston to Ono the previous April.
Buddy Guy, Flaco Jimenez, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter and Pierre Boulez are also among the award winners.
Sir Paul could have become one of rock ‘n roll’s great trumpet players. Alas, we’ll never know.
George Harrison Honored by Brian Wilson, Conan O’Brien, Weird Al Yankovic, More at L.A. Concert: Watch
These tributes to Harrison aren’t coincidental: they were timed with the release of George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-1975.
Norah Jones stopped by Conan last night (Sept. 25) to close out the final evening of Conan O’Brien’s George Harrison tribute.
The first song they performed was from George’s 1970 classic All Things Must Pass, “Let It Down.”
Did you catch Dhani Harrison covering his father George’s “Let It Down” on Conan last night (Wednesday)?
It’s all part of a tribute week on ‘Conan’ to Harrison.
Universal Music confirmed to Radio.com that this is the first time that solo songs from the Beatles have been packaged together in this way,
George Harrison fans have been counting down to today (September 23rd) for the long awaited release of the deluxe, eight-disc boxed edition, The Apple Years 1968-75.