Harrison followed this statement of faith with another, even larger-
Picking up where "My Sweet Lord" left off — and capturing the easy-
The next year he released Dark Horse on his own label of the same name, but despite the title track's climb to Number 15, the mellow times seemed to evaporate.
Between 1975 and 1979, Harrison kept plugging away with Extra Texture (Read All About It) in 1975, and 33 1/3 in 1977. The latter album produced a stalwart fan favorite in "Crackerbox Palace."
On December 8, 1980, John Lennon was assassinated. Harrison reframed "All Those Years Ago," a song originally about Ringo Starr, to honor Lennon, and added it to the reworked Somewhere in England. The song went to Number Two.
In 1982 he retreated from the studio and stage for years. He made an uncharacteristically brash return in 1987 with Cloud Nine, which featured George in mirrored shades on its cover. The record went platinum and delivered a sticky Number One hit "Got My Mind Set on You," a song derived from an obscure sixties number by Rudy Clark.
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