With the release of 'Wonderwall Music' in November 1968, George Harrison was the first Beatle to step into the spotlight on his own. Recording sessions actually began a year earlier -- when the Beatles were recording their annual Christmas message -- with 'India' and 'Swordfencing,' both working titles that would be changed before release.
The Gap's new ad campaign is all about going back to your roots, so it's only fitting that for a pair of new ads, they sent two young musicians back to their own.
The four Beatles approached their solo singles the same way they approached their solo albums: as a way to declare their independence, as a forum to play around with sounds that were most likely vetoed by the others and as an excuse to exorcise their Fabness. George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr all had their share of hits and flops during the post-Beatles year
Copyright infringement is one of the most frequent causes of rock lawsuits. It's easy to unintentionally lift from another song -- as George Harrison found out when he released his first solo hit after the breakup of the Beatles, 'My Sweet Lord.' The song reached No. 1, and before it even completed its run, Bright Tunes -