Whether it was jealousy, ego or apathy, the other members of the band didn't seem to care too much for the tune when Harrison introduced it to them and attempted to record initial takes on August 16. After more work on the song on September 3 and 5, he decided he didn't like what he heard and scrapped the recording.
Despite the diversity of George Harrison's many pursuits during his 58 years on earth — racing, gardening, Indian religion and culture, film making and anything remotely associated with ukeleles, Mel Brooks or Monty Python — he'll go down in history as one fourth of the Beatles.
The group, which turns 40 in 2014, can't decide which version of the band should perform during the ceremony. Should original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss join Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley at the show? Or should the current lineup of the band — Stanley, Simmons, Eric Singer and guitarist Tommy Thayer perform?
Former Megadeth and Cacophony guitarist Marty Friedman has released more details — including the complete track listing — about his upcoming solo album, Inferno. He's also announced several tour dates with Gus G. You can see all the dates below.
These guys might look and sound familiar to a portion of our readers; they're the Croatian cellists who had a taste of online success when their dueling-cellos version of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" went viral last year. They've also covered Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" and Guns N' Roses' "Welcome to the Jungle."
Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton have performed together several times over the years. They've even toured together. But in terms of pure entertainment value, I haven't found anything as enjoyable than the clip at the bottom of this story.