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George Harrison - Extra Texture (1975)

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George Harrison - Extra Texture (1975)

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Side One.
01 - You.
02 - The Answer At The End.
03 - This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying).
04 - Ooh Baby (You Know That I Love You).
05 - Word Of Stone.

Side Two.
01 - A Bit More Of You.
02 - Can't Stop Thinking About You.
03 - Tired Of Midnight Blue.
04 - Grey Cloudy Lies.
05 - His Mama Is Legs (Ladies & Gentlemen)

George Harrison – Guitars, Vocals, ARP Synthesizer, Moog Synthesizer, Piano
Jesse Ed Davis – Guitar
David Foster - 	Keyboards, Organ, Piano, ARP Synthesizer
Nicky Hopkins -  Piano
Gary Wright - Keyboards, Organ, Piano,	ARP Synthesizer
Leon Russell - Keyboards, Piano, Vocals, Bass
Richard Tee - Keyboards
Carl Radle – Bass
Klaus Voormann – Bass
Willie Weeks – Bass
Jim Horn - Flute, Saxophone
Tom Scott - Horn, Saxophone
Chuck Findley – Horn
Jim Gordon – Drums
Jim Keltner - Drums, Percussion
Andy Newmark - Drums
Norma Kinney – Percussion
Emil Richards - Percussion


Despite George Harrison's reputation for solemn, lugubriously paced albums in the early '70s -- and this one is mostly no exception -- the jacket is full of jokes, from the eaten-away Apple logo (the Apple label would expire at year's end) to the punning title, the list of non-participants, and the mischievous grin of the ex-Beatle above the arch caption "OHNOTHIMAGEN" ("Oh, not him again!"). The record gets off to a great start with the instantly winning single "You" -- a bit of which is then repeated to open side two. But here, the basic idea and instrumental track come from February 1971, during George's most fertile period, dressed up with vocals and string synthesizer four years later. One of George's most beautifully harmonized, majestic, strangely underrated ballads "The Answer's at the End" -- whose inspiring lyric was based upon an inscription on George's home by its builder, Sir Frank Crisp -- comes next, followed by "This Guitar (Can't Keep from Crying)," an attractive sequel to "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." At this point, the devoted fan's hopes go up; could this be an unsung masterpiece? But George has fired off his best stuff first, and the record slowly and inexorably tails off, closing with a baffling salute to ex-Bonzo Dog Band member "Legs" Larry Smith. Yet despite its stretches of treadmill material, Extra Texture has worn better as a whole than its Apple neighbors Dark Horse and even much of Living in the Material World, for even the lesser tunes reveal a few musical blossoms upon re-listening and the front-loaded songs are among the best of his solo career. --- Richard S. Ginell, Rovi

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