Various - The Concert For Bangla Desh album download
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|A1||–George Harrison & Ravi Shankar||George Harrison / Ravi Shankar Introduction||6:16|
|A2||–Ravi Shankar||Bangla Dhun
Sarod – Ali Akbar KhanTabla – Alla Rakah*Tambura – Kamala Chakravarty
|B2||–George Harrison||My Sweet Lord||4:16|
|B3||–George Harrison||Awaiting On You All||2:37|
|B4||–Billy Preston||That's The Way God Planned It||4:05|
|C1||–Ringo Starr||It Don't Come Easy
Vocals – Ringo StarrWritten-By – Richard Starkey
|C2||–George Harrison||Beware Of Darkness
Vocals – George Harrison
|C3||–George Harrison||Introduction Of The Band||3:00|
|C4||–George Harrison||While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Guitar [Solo] – Eric Clapton, George Harrison
|D1||–Leon Russell||Jumpin' Jack Flash / Youngblood
Bass – Carl RadleLead Guitar, Vocals – Don Preston
|D2||–George Harrison||Here Comes The Sun
Acoustic Guitar – Pete Ham
|E1||–Bob Dylan||A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall||5:04|
|E2||–Bob Dylan||It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry||2:54|
|E3||–Bob Dylan||Blowin' In The Wind||3:34|
|E4||–Bob Dylan||Mr. Tambourine Man||4:06|
|E5||–Bob Dylan||Just Like A Woman||4:14|
|F2||–George Harrison||Bangla Desh||4:14|
- Copyright (c) – Apple Records, Inc.
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Bass – Leon Russell (tracks: E1 to E5)
- Electric Guitar – George Harrison (tracks: E1 to E5)
- Lead Guitar – Eric Clapton (tracks: B1, B2, B4, C4)
- Liner Notes – Dr. Alexander Lipski, Ravi Shankar, Suzenna Martin
- Mastered By – J. Lemay*
- Producer – George Harrison, Phil Spector
- Saxophone – Jim Horn (tracks: B1, C2, F2)
- Tambourine – Ringo Starr (tracks: E1 to E5)
- Vocals – Leon Russell (tracks: C2, D1, D2, E5)
Notes© 1971 Apple Records Inc.
A concert event held on the afternoon and evening of August 1, 1971, at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Sides are NOT Auto-Coupled.
Includes a 64-page book with pictures from the concert.
NO Apple logo on label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): STCX-1-3385 ⓧ MASTERED BY CAPITOL J. LEMAY
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): STCX-2-3385-G21 MASTERED BY CAPITOL
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side C): STCX-3-3385-G22 MASTERED BY CAPITOL
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side D): STCX-4-3385-G21 DBX MASTERED BY CAPITOL
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side E): STCX-5-3385 ⓧ MASTERED BY CAPITOL J. LEMAY
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side F): STCX-6-3385-G21 DHX MASTERED BY CAPITOL
|STCX 3385||Various||The Concert For Bangla Desh (3xLP, Album, Win + Box)||Apple Records||STCX 3385||US||1971|
|STCX-3385||Various||The Concert For Bangla Desh (3xLP, Album + Box)||Apple Records||STCX-3385||1972|
|STCX 3385||Various||The Concert For Bangla Desh (3xLP, RE + Box)||Apple Records||STCX 3385||Canada||Unknown|
|752.093-4/2-468835||Various||The Concert For Bangladesh (2xCD, Album, RE)||Epic||752.093-4/2-468835||Brazil||1991|
|137759/61, STCX 3385||Various||The Concert For Bangla Desh (3xLP + Box)||Apple Records, Apple Records||137759/61, STCX 3385||Brazil||1972|
Various – The Concert For Bangladesh. The concert was held on August 1, 1971 at Madison Square Garden, New York City. Originally released on Apple Records 1971. This recording was made using up to 44 microphones at one time.
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The Concert for Bangladesh (album).
At that time, the country was ravaged by floods, famine and civil war, which left 10 million people - mostly women and children - fleeing their homes. The Concert for Bangladesh was one of the most ambitious humanitarian efforts in rock music history, and focused global attention on the crisis in Bangladesh while raising new awareness of UNICEF and its role in the developing world.
Hands down, this epochal concert at New York's Madison Square Garden - first issued on three LPs in a handsome orange-colored box - was the crowning event of George Harrison's public life, a gesture of great goodwill that captured the moment in history and, not incidentally, produced some rousing music as a permanent legacy
In the summer of 1971, George Harrison was moved by his friend Ravi Shankar's concern for the millions of refugees fleeing civil war and flooding in Bangladesh by pouring into Ravi's homeland of Bengal in Northern India. George, with the help of his then-manager Allen Klein, organized two groundbreaking benefit concerts at New York's Madison Square Garden to raise funds to alleviate the suffering and promote worldwide awareness of the humanitarian crisis