theDingle wrote:Yes, I agree, George did look slightly uncomfortable in a couple of other moments as well, as if to be thinking "That Paul is still the same bossy SOB!"
That's a good question, ks. Paul really wasn't saying or doing anything overtly nasty or bossy. It was kind of loose gig, and yet Paul did somewhat seemed to be running it.kylestyle wrote:I haven't seen it. What was Paul saying / doing that seemed so nasty / bossy?
theDingle wrote:But as for me, "That's OK George, thanks for doing it, I still enjoyed it!"
ElectricKeithery wrote:And not to mention George seemed to be really smiling and happy when he started playing 'Thinking of Linking'.
The reason I asked was because I remember picking up some George Harrison biography (Dark Horse or something), and seeing it mention George not enjoying his time on the Anthology when it came to Paul.
Cologne girl wrote:Yes, but on one of the songs they played together George said something like "but the short version, please", didn't he?
And as complex as his personality in itself obviously was his relationship with Paul. I think when he "presented" Paul's performance of "Yesterday" we could see the first (?) signs. I often wondered why he was made to do it and not John, which would have been the normal thing. And what did he mean when he said (if I understood correctly), "opportunity knocks"?? Was there some resentment/jealousy, whatever, involved?
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