New Biography Examines The Beatles’ George Harrison & His ‘Feelings of Inferiority’: Where to Buy

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The Beatles are still considered one of the most legendary bands ever, and fans can now revisit their legacy through a new biography, which spotlights the band’s lead guitarist, George Harrison. Philip Norman, an expert and seasoned author of all things Beatles (including Paul McCartney: The Life and John Lennon: The Life) is back again to delve into who Harrison was beyond the stage in what he’s titled George Harrison: The Reluctant Beatle.

The synopsis describes that Harrison “battled feelings of inferiority” despite his massive talent and success, which will be unveiled within the 512 pages.

The book was officially released Oct. 24 and aims to provide an in-depth look at one of the greatest guitar players in history. Norman uses decades-long research combined with all-access into Harrison’s life. Right now, you can get the book for 18% off on Amazon or pick up a copy from Walmart or Barnes & Noble.

“George Harrison: The Reluctant Beatle” by Philip Norman

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Though he himself felt like he played a minor role, the description for the biography goes on to spotlight some of his major successes like when “he composed such masterpieces as ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ and ‘Here Comes the Sun,’ and his solo debut album All Things Must Pass achieved enormous success, appearing on many lists of the 100 best rock albums ever.”

Already, the book has garnered the label of a No. 1 new Kindle release on Amazon for the best Rock music, and it’s also available in hardcover, paperback, Kindle and Audible editions for you to customize to your preferences.

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