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Klaus had a close personal friendship
with George Harrison from the
time they first met in
Hamburg, Germany

Klaus played on many of George's
recordings, including his first
post- Beatles triple album
"All Things Must Pass"
and the first concert ever of its kind
"The Concert for Bangladesh"
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From Wikipedia:
Received as a masterpiece upon its
1970 unveiling,
All Things Must Pass
is widely considered to be among the
very best albums made by a Beatle
as a solo artist and one of the finer
albums of the rock era. It is certified
6x Platinum by the RIAA, making it the
best selling album by a solo Beatle."
Release Date:  November 7, 1970
Label:  Apple/EMI
Produced by:
George Harrison/Phil Spector
All Things Must Pass
This is the 2001 remaster cover
(Place your mouse over the cover to see original)
The Concert for Bangladesh
The Concert for
took  place the
afternoon and evening
of August 1, 1971
at Madison Square
Garden in
New York City
Release Date:
June 22, 1973
Produced by:
George Harrison/Phil Spector
Reissued CD and DVD:
September 6, 2006

Bonus tracks:
Deep Blue
Miss O'Dell
Extra Texture
Release Date:
October 3, 1975
Produced by:
George Harrison

Extra Texture was George's
last album under his contract
with Apple Records / EMI.

Personnel included Klaus,
Jim Keltner on drums, and
Leon Russell on piano
From GeorgeHarrison.com:
"The most complex musical arrangement on the album is heard on the title track.
Having played together at the Concert for Bangladesh, Ringo Starr and
Jim Keltner performed their 'double drums' on Living in the Material World and the
brass parts were played by Jim Horn with help from
Klaus Voormann on tenor saxophone."
Dark Horse
Release Date:
December 9, 1974
Produced by:
George Harrison

Reached #4 on the US charts

In 1992, Dark Horse was
remastered  for CD release,
and it may be
released yet again in 2007
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performers included:

Klaus Voormann
Ringo Starr
Bob Dylan
Eric Clapton
Jim Keltner
Billy Preston
Leon Russell
Ravi Shankar
Jesse Ed Davis
The Hollywood
In 2005, the film was re-issued on
DVD accompanied by a new
documentary. The concert raised
US $243,418.50 for Bangladesh
relief, which was administered by

Sales of the album and DVD
raised millions of dollars and
continue to benefit the
George Harrison Fund for UNICEF.
George Harrison
brought together
a group of amazing
(most of whom were
also his friends) for
this historic concert
Living in the Material World
George Harrison