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Before Madonna famously delved into kabbalah in the late ’90s with "Ray of Light,” George Harrison drew intrigue with his turn toward Hinduism in the ’60s. Nicknamed the "quiet Beatle,” Harrison was considered "the most mysterious and reserved of the Fab Four” (and some might argue the most classically handsome). Tonight’s showing of the Martin Scorsese rock doc "George Harrison: Living in the Material World” should clear up an enigma surrounding the elusive sitar-playing Brit with its 208 minute run time (that’s three hours and 28 minutes, so we’re guessing he’s a pretty fascinating guy). The HBO release "includes rare archival footage from the Beatles’ early days performing in Liverpool, and intimate interviews with Olivia Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Tom Petty, Eric Idle and Terry Gilliam of Monty Python, and many other luminaries, friends, and family members who were close to Harrison.”
George Harrison: Living in the Material World
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