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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Sotakoira Musti, Mar 5, 2021.
From 1971 The Dick Cavett Show.
I really like his humor.
Yes he was always my favorite. All things must pass is such a great album!
George Harrison was a cool guy through it all.
I've heard stories that George had a mischievous streak a mile wide. And that you could learn things by just talking to him.
And Cavett was one of the best talk show hosts ever.
I bet he was just a great guy to hang around with.
Almost 20 years since he's been gone.
He was the Fabbest of the Four.
The Gearest of the Group.
If ever the term wickedly funny applied to anyone...it was George Harrison.
From the Rutland TV specials on UK TV, putting Friar Park up as collateral so Month Python could make "Life of Brian"...I think secretly he would have loved to have been a comedy writer. After Roy Orbison died, he & Tom Petty were talking about it & he told Petty, "but aren't you glad it wasn't you?" Not many people could say something like that & not have it be taken the wrong way.
This is hilarious: