Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
In the First Place
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Single for track from the 1969 psychedelic movie'Wonderwall' that George Harrison did the soundtrack to. Aprime slice of British psych that George produced, itfeatures Colin Manley and Tony Ashton with Harrison alsoplaying... more »
Single for track from the 1969 psychedelic movie'Wonderwall' that George Harrison did the soundtrack to. Aprime slice of British psych that George produced, itfeatures Colin Manley and Tony Ashton with Harrison alsoplaying (and also possibly on backing vo
The Beatles lost track
Mark twain | San Francisco, CA | 04/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think this is actually The Beatles. I love this song. It sounds like "Blue Jay Way'. Awesome!!!!!!"
intr0vert | Lincoln, NE USA | 04/25/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have had this song on my computer for about a year now and had no idea at all where it came from, how i got it, or who was responsable for it. It had no artist attached to it until tonight. This song is AMAZING. It always seemed to me very timeless yet very modern, as if it could have been produced by an indie band. Because this item is unavailable for purchase at this time then I have no way of knowing which version I have been listening to. This isn't very much a review of this album so much as it is just my praising of this song that i truly had the opportunity to judge on it's own merits and not just because of it's association with the Beatles. ...which i do love."
For the Completist
intr0vert | 10/24/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"A lot of money for two mixes of one song. All together, the two tracks have a total running time of 5:55. If it were cheaper, I'd give it one more star. The first track is the "original Abbey Road mix." The second track is the "movie mix." The liner notes say that it was "produced by George Harrison" and "recorded 1967 at Abbey Road studios during the WONDERWALL sessions."The song features a piano intro that (oddly enough) recalls the Beatles' version of "Real Love" on Anthology 2. The song is pretty good. A Procul Harumesque song reminiscent of "Blue Jay Way." It features heavily "phased" recording throughout. I am a big Beatles fan . . . but I cannot tell for sure whether George is singing background vocals. It might be him . . . but it might not. The Remo Four were a fellow Liverpool band so the accent seems to match George's but I don't know if it's him."