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George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison.
Harrison’s triple album All Things Must Pass contributes several of George Fest’s most exciting tracks, possibly because the artists chosen to cover those songs bring qualities lacking in the original. What makes My Sweet Lord such a delight is Brain Wilson’s phrasing, the way he’ll sometimes growl and bite off the ends of words, and sometimes melt the melody like a vocal imitation of Harrison’s iconic slide guitar.
Song allotments are logical, and most artists hew closely to Harrison’s vocal cadences and cryptic guitars. Britt Daniel lends some yowling panache to "I Me Mine" (off Let It Be) and the underrated folk singer/model Karen Elson adds a reedy quaver through "I’d Have You Anytime," the delicate opening of Harrison’s stellar triple album All Things Must Pass (and a bromantic ode to Bob Dylan). Dhani Harrison, a truly uncanny vocal and visual heir, spurs on some of the night’s liveliest moments with the White Album eccentricity "Savoy Truffle" and the more contemplative solo missive "Let It Down. Those not following along on the tracklist might furrow their brows to the billowing chorus of "What Is Life"-that is, indeed, "Weird Al" Yankovic, crooning the euphoric All Things Must Pass hit utterly straight, not even tweaking the lyrics into "Hobbit Strife" or anything.
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