Music legend Gary Wright reflects on his professional collaboration, friendship, and spiritual journey with qquiet Beatleq George Harrison. Best known for his multiplatinum hits aDream Weavera and aLove is Alive, a Gary Wright came to prominence as a singer and songwriter during the golden age of rock in the 1970s. What is not as well known to the public, however, is Wrightas spiritual side. At the heart of this memoir is the spiritual conversion and journey that Wright experienced alongside his close friend George Harrison. Until Harrisonas death in 2001, the two spent decades together writing songs, eating Indian fare, talking philosophy, and gardening. In addition to featuring lyrics to a never-released recording of a song cowritten by Wright and George Harrison in 1971, titled aTo Discover Yourself, a this memoir includes a cache of never-before-seen photos. Also available is a deluxe e-book featuring an audio recording of aTo Discover Yourself.aBut we made it back without any more problems, greatly relieved at not having to hear the fully exposed engine with no ... Years later, from 2003to 2008, Gilberto ... Next on the agenda was the Grand Prix in SApo Paulo, where we were to meet Georgeand watch the race the next day. ... Chris, who knew a lot about Formula One racing, askedGeorge ifby chance he knew the driversa#39; names and starting gridanbsp;...
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