Audio: George Harrison on Gary Moore to BP Fallon
George Harrison & Gary Moore play The Royal Albert Hall in support of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s Natural Law Party, London April 6th 1992
In 1987 after running into each other at a Bob Dylan concert in London, the next day George Harrison and BP Fallon sat down to record a chinwag for The BP Fallon Orchestra. Eighteen years earlier George had been one of BP’s four benign bosses when BP worked at The Beatles’ record company Apple Records – and thus the chat flowed freely, from drugs and Transcendental Meditation and reincarnation to Bob Dylan and The Beatles and the murder of John Lennon.
Along the way, BP asked George about his new album ‘Cloud Nine’:
George Harrison talking about Gary Moore to BP Fallon
George Harrison & BP Fallon, London 1987
While My Guitar Gently Weeps: George Harrison with Gary Moore, Ringo Starr and friends, The Royal Albert Hall, London April 6th 1992. This was George’s last-ever concert performance. Gary’s two guitar solos are genuinely incredible, majestic and timeless solos of the soul by the bluesman from Belfast.
God Bless you, Gary. You were amazing x