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You are the virtuoso freed from the limits of playing second fiddle.

He was called "the quiet one" when he was a Beatle, and when his influence pushed the band into experimentation with sitars and transcendental meditation, everyone said, "Ah, still waters run deep." But actually, George Harrison's waters weren't all that still, though they may have looked that way next to the roaring and roiling of Paul's and John's. It was George who first walked out on a Beatles recording session, after all, and George who first put out a solo album (Wonderwall Music, 1968). In fact, after a decade of adding his subtle instrumental genius to legendary hits by Lennon and McCartney while his own songs (e.g., Here Comes The Sun, Something) rarely made it onto the band's albums, George Harrison may have been the Beatle who was most enthusiastic about entering the constellation Spin-Off with his first solo #1 hit in 1970, My Sweet Lord. An eagerness to jump from the sinking ship of a damaged relationship or other failing venture is one influence your Birthstar bestows upon you, as is a tendency toward what some would regard as flaky spiritualism, but which popstrology regards as your true calling.
Birthsongs
My Sweet Lord  Dec 20, 1970-Jan 16, 1971
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)  Jun 24-30, 1973
Got My Mind Set On You  Jan 10-16, 1988
Mary J. Blige (1/11/71) is a child of George Harrison.


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