George Harrison documentary
"George Harrison: Living in the Material World", is an excellent documentary by Martin Scorsese.  It is an in-depth, respectful look at this interesting musician, songwriter and man. 

I was interested in footage of the Beatles playing from their earliest days in the cellar into Beatlemania and beyond, because it showed them to be a really good, tight, gigging band--too bad all the screaming drowned them out.  Those of us living in America never really got to experience them close up and personal.

Interviews with Eric Clapton, Patty Boyd, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector, Paul, Ringo and many others make this a terrific film.  I was riveted to it for three plus hours.  Scorsese certainly knows how to make a good music documentary.  Five stars.
Looks interesting. And now I'm trying to remember if I saw it. I've seen so many music documentaries I cannot keep track.

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