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Today we are going to be giving you a brief overview of the Beatles. First of all, I think it's important to know that the Beatles originally had another member who left shortly before they became famous and who actually passed away. It's also really important to know that these guys are from Liverpool and they really did come from an impoverish background.
When they first started touring, George was actually so young that he was too young to perform in a lot of the pubs that they got into. He is the one who is most into spirituality, into Buddhism. He is also the one who after the Beatles brokeup, in 1971, he released an album called 'All Things Must Pass' and this is just so full of music and life. It's clear that he was really bottling something up when he was in the Beatles.
In his personal life, he was best friends with Eric Clapton. He was married to a woman named Pattie Boyd who inspired the songs 'Wonderful Tonight' and 'Layla' written by Eric Clapton. While Pattie was still married to George and George was absolutely enamored with Pattie, but Pattie wasn't enable to have children and George wanted to have children and eventually, Pattie left George and went to be with Eric Clapton. George Harrison eventually remarried a women named Olivia and have a son name Dhani, spelt DHANI and always continued his spiritual quest until he died.