A Tribute to George Harrison, Ghazal, Swimming Pool Q's : All Songs Considered The eccentric Swimming Pool Q's; Reinventing Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger; The Fallen Angel of Manchester's Elbow; Persian and Indian improvisations from Ghazal and more.

A Tribute to George Harrison, Ghazal, Swimming Pool Q's

A Tribute to George Harrison, Ghazal, Swimming Pool Q's

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The eccentric Swimming Pool Q's; Reinventing Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger; The Fallen Angel of Manchester's Elbow; Persian and Indian improvisations from Ghazal. Featured Artist: A Tribute to George Harrison.

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A Tribute to George Harrison, Ghazal, Swimming Pool Q's

Concert for George

The Inner Light

  • from Concert for George
  • by Anoushka Shankar & Jeff Lynne

This is a version of George Harrison's "Inner Light" performed by long-time friend Jeff Lynne and Ravi Shankar's daughter, Anoushka Shankar, as performed live at a Harrison tribute concert.

Royal Academy of Reality

Out of Nothing

  • from Royal Academy of Reality
  • by Swimming Pool Q's

This is the first new recording from the Swimming Pool Q's in 14 years -- a collection of 20 psychedelic/progressive rock tunes.

The Red-Headed Stranger

Time of the Preacher

  • from The Red-Headed Stranger
  • by Carla Bozulich

Carla Bozulich re-imagines Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger as a concept album -- cinematic and subtle.

Cast of Thousands

Fallen Angel

  • from Cast of Thousands
  • by Elbow

Though critically acclaimed, Manchester's art pop group, Elbow were quickly dumped by two major labels -- Island and EMI -- before joining with independent Uglyman Records to release Asleep in the Back, the album that put them on the map. This is their follow-up, released in the US on V2 Records.

The Rain

Dawn

  • from Rain
  • by Ghazal

Ghazal is the Indian/Persian duo of Shujaat Husain Khan and Kayhan Kalhor. This is an excerpt from a live performance of improvisations based on classical themes.