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George Harrison - Bangla Desh STCX 3385 UK NM 1st Press

End price:

GBP

89

  End date:

2007-11-18

(USD

146)

Start price:

GBP

1

Start date:

2007-11-08

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We have lots more 60's & 70's Beatles & Rolling Stones Vinyl in our Shop General Details Artist George Harrison      Title Concert For Bangla Desh     + 64 page booklet Record Label Apple Cat. number STCX 3385 Mono or Stereo? S

Country

UK Sleeve If blank, no sleeve manufactured credits present Released 1971

Matrix no.

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Condition

Disc

Paper Scuffs

Side 1

EX

Side 2 EX   Side 3 EX Side 4 EX Side 5 EX Side 6 EX

Surface Marks

Side 1

EX

Side 2 EX Side 3 EX Side 4 EX Side 5 EX Side 6 EX

Scratches

Side 1

EX   Side 2 EX Side 3 EX   Side 4 EX   Side 5 EX Side 6 EX  

Other Info.

Discs look unplayed

Sound

Surface Noise

Side 1

EX

Side 2 EX Side 3 EX Side 4 EX Side 5 EX Side 6 EX

Pops/Clicks

Side 1

EX Side 2 EX Side 3 EX Side 4 EX Side 5 EX Side 6 EX

Scratches

Side 1

EX Side 2 EX Side 3 EX Side 4 EX   Side 5 EX Side 6 EX

Other Info.

Cover

Ring / Surface Wear

Front

EX   Back EX   Inner EX

Card Creases

Front

EX Back EX Inner EX

Shelf Wear

Edge

EX   Spine EX   Corner EX

Other Info.

Box in Excellent condition  

Guide to grades used

M Cover Looks virtually New - no marks, wear or damage Disc Looks unplayed - no marks visible Sound I don't use this grade for sound - as all records (even brand new) produce some noise Ex Cover Slight signs of wear on edges/spine, corners or ring wear. Minor creases. No damage caused by sticker removal/residue. Light sleeves may show slight discolouration due to age or handling Disc May have minor paper scuffs caused by moving record in & out of paper sleeve. Sound May be occasional pops/clicks and minimal surface noise Vg Cover Moderate edge/spine or ring wear. Corners may be a little blunt. Opening edge may show feathering caused by removal of record. Visible creases or laminate lift. Localised sticker removal damage. Disc Some surface marks &/or hairline scratches. Moderate paper scuffs. Sound May be pops/clicks caused by marks/scratches. Moderate background surface noise and crackles. G Cover Heavy ring or edge/spine wear. Corners noticable bashed. Heavy creases. Considerable laminate/surface damage. Disc Looks very well played. A lot of surface marks/scratches Sound Considerable surface noise. Audible scratches.  

Background Information

  Click on the link to find more information about this LP: - Concert For Bangla Desh Hands down, this epochal concert at New York's Madison Square Garden -- first issued on three LPs in a handsome orange-colored box -- was the crowning event of George Harrison's public life, a gesture of great goodwill that captured the moment in history and, not incidentally, produced some rousing music as a permanent legacy. Having been moved by his friend Ravi Shankar's appeal to help the homeless Bengali refugees of the 1971 India-Pakistan war, Harrison leaped into action, organizing on short notice what became a bellwether for the spectacular rock & roll benefits of the 1980s and beyond. 

The large, almost unwieldy band was loaded with rock luminaries -- including Beatles alumnus Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Badfinger, and two who became stars as a result of their electric performances here, Leon Russell ("Jumpin' Jack Flash"/"Youngblood") and Billy Preston ("That's The Way God Planned It"). Yet Harrison is in confident command, running through highlights from his recent triumphant All Things Must Pass album in fine voice, secure enough to revisit his Beatles legacy from Abbey Road and the White Album. Though overlooked at the time by impatient rock fans eager to hear the hits, Shankar's opening raga, "Bangla Dhun," is a masterwork on its own terms; the sitar virtuoso is in dazzling form even by his standards and, in retrospect, Shankar, Ali Akbar Khan, and Alla Rakha amount to an Indian supergroup themselves. 

The high point of the concert is the surprise appearance of Bob Dylan -- at this reclusive time in his life, every Dylan sighting made headlines -- and he read the tea leaves perfectly by performing five of his most powerful, meaningful songs from the '60s. Controversy swirled when the record was released; then-manager Alan Klein imposed a no-discount policy on this expensive set and there were questions as to whether all of the intended receipts reached the refugees. 

Also, in a deal to allow Dylan's participation, the set was released by Capitol on LP while Dylan's label Columbia handled the tape versions. Yet, in hindsight, the avarice pales beside the concert's magnanimous intentions, at a time when rock musicians truly thought they could help save the world.

Track Listing: -

1 George Harrison/Ravi Shankar Introduction 6:18
2 Bangla Dhun 17:21
3 Wah-Wah 3:44
4 My Sweet Lord 4:50
5 Awaiting on You All 3:07
6 That's the Way God Planned It Billy Preston 4:30
7 It Don't Come Easy Ringo Starr 3:08
8 Beware of Darkness 6:41
9 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 4:55
10 Medley: Jumpin' Jack Flash/Young Blood Leon Russell 10:12
11 Here Comes the Sun 3:28
12 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall Bob Dylan 6:22
13 It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry Bob Dylan 3:08
14 Blowin' in the Wind Bob Dylan 4:11
15 Mr. Tambourine Man Bob Dylan 5:17
16 Just Like a Woman Bob Dylan 5:26
17 Something 4:53
18 Bangla Desh 5:06

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