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Playlist of The Concert for Bangladesh

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  • Celebrating The Concert For Bangladesh - Full Show - The Funky Biscuit - 7-20-2018

    1:49:39

    Celebrating The Concert For Bangladesh - Full Show - The Funky Biscuit, Boca Raton, FL., 7-20-2018.

    Setlist: (0:00) Introduction by Albert Poliak.
    Part I: (2:40) George Harrison Introduction. Sitar & Tablas: (3:45) Tuning. (4:15) Bangla Dhun.
    Part II: (16:53) Wah Wah. (22:40) My Sweet Lord. (28:20) Awaiting On You All. (31:40) That's The Way God Planned It. (37:30) It Don't Come Easy. (42:10) Beware Of Darkness. (46:25) While My Guitar Gently Weeps. (52:28) Jumpin' Jack Flash/Youngblood. (1:04:10) Here Comes The Sun.
    Part III: Bob Dylan Segment: (1:08:35) A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall. (1:15:05) It Takes Alot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry. (1:18:42) Blowin' In The Wind. (1:24:00) Just Like A Woman.
    Part IV: (1:31:48) Something. (1:36:30) Bangla Desh. (1:43:30) What Is Life.

    Band: Richie Schmidt (guitar, vocals), Midnite Johnny Morana (guitar), Peter Lavezzoli (drums, vocals), Sheldon Voss (bass), Bob Taylor (keys), Ericson Holt (keys, vocals), Jerry Leeman (guitar, vocals), Michaela Paige (vocals), Tess Schmidt (vocals), Doug Michels (trumpet), Fernando Diez (sax), Jason Pyle (trombone), Albert Poliak (keys, vocals), Rajesh Ramoutar (sitar), Rajesh Bhandari (tablas).

    Recorded by adam @ CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS.
    Image by Jay Skolnick @ J Skolnick Photography.
    Best viewed in 720-1080p HD.
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. These videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.

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  • George Harrison & Eric Clapton While My Guitar Gently Weeps The Concert for Bangladesh

    4:48

    The Concert for Bangladesh (1971)

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  • Bangladesh by George Harrison in 1971 with lyrics| The concert for Bangladesh

    4:52

    Bangla Desh is a song by English musician George Harrison. It was released as a non-album single in July 1971, to raise awareness for the millions of refugees from the country formerly known as East Pakistan, following the 1970 Bhola cyclone and the outbreak of the Bangladesh Liberation War. Harrison's inspiration for the song came from his friend Ravi Shankar, a Bengalimusician, who approached Harrison for help in trying to alleviate the suffering. Bangla Desh has been described as one of the most cogent social statements in music history[1] and helped gain international support for Bangladeshi independence by establishing the name of the fledgling nation around the world. In 2005, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan identified the song's success in personalising the Bangladesh crisis, through its emotive description of Shankar's request for help.

  • The inside of Concert for Bangladesh

    8:28

    No Description is needed.... This is a Documentary of Concert for Bangladesh by legend Mr.George Harrison. (R.I.P)

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  • Concert For Bangladesh George Harrison Full Album

    1:12:21

    Descripción

  • 「The Concert For Bangla Desh」 Highlights

    5:18

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  • Bob Dylan - Just Like A Woman - The Concert For Bangladesh 1971

    5:28

    Bob Dylan regresaba a los escenarios en el concierto a beneficio de Bangladesh que había organizado George Harrison, en el Madison Square Garden. En esta canción fue acompañado por el mismo Harrison y por Leon Russel.

  • Celebrating The Concert For Bangladesh - Best Of - The Funky Biscuit - 7-20-2018

    27:13

    Celebrating The Concert For Bangladesh While My Guitar Gently Weeps ~ Jumpin' Jack Flash / Youngblood ~ Bangla Desh ~ What Is Life The Funky Biscuit, Boca Raton, FL., 7-20-2018.

    Band: Richie Schmidt (guitar, vocals), Midnite Johnny Morana (guitar), Peter Lavezzoli (drums, vocals), Sheldon Voss (bass), Bob Taylor (keys), Ericson Holt (keys, vocals), Jerry Leeman (guitar, vocals), Michaela Paige (vocals), Tess Schmidt (vocals), Doug Michels (trumpet), Fernando Diez (sax), Jason Pyle (trombone), Albert Poliak (keys, vocals).

    Recorded by adam @ CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS.
    Image by Jay Skolnick @ J Skolnick Photography.
    Best viewed in 720-1080p HD.
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners. These videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.

  • George Harrison & Leon Russell - Beware Of Darkness - Live Madison Square Garden 1971

    3:33

    Perteneciente al CONCIERTO PARA BANGLADESH, organizado por George en el Madison Square Garden de NY en agosto de 1971. El tema pertenece al álbum All Things Must Pass, editado en 1970. No soy el poseedor de los derechos y lo comparto a título recreativo.

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  • The Concert For Bangladesh-Savoy Truffle

    2:47

    From The Concert For Bangladesh 2nd anniversary tribute concert at BB Kings in NYC 11/30/08
    featuring
    Tommy Williams-Guitars/Mandolin/Keyboards/Vocals
    Kenny Forgione-Guitars/Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend-Guitars/Vocals
    John Montagna-Bass/Guitar/Vocals
    Tommy Mandell-Organ
    Mark Bonder-Keyboards/Melodica
    John Merjave-Guitas/Vocals
    Kevin McCann-Guitar
    Andy Marshall-Lap Steel
    Rich Zukor-Drums
    Ricky Martinez-Drums
    Tom Bowes, Ed Ryan, Holli Ann LaRocca, Tom Sanfillippo, Laura Press, Christine Cariola, Sue Turner-Lead and Background Vocals
    Eric Bazillian-Guitars/Vocals
    Barry Waller-Bass
    Phil Grainger-Trumpet
    Arno Hecht-Saxophone
    Eric Goletz-Trombone
    Randy Jackson-Guitars/Vocals

  • BOB DYLAN GETS NERVOUS AT GEORGE HARRISON REHEARSAL

    2:57

    Dylan performs in custom with his talent, genius. Taken from the Concert for Bangladesh rehearsals and Concert documentary,
    We love Bobby,apart from his bastard record company Sony oops!
    On a serious note, George took it upon himself to change lives and circumstances then. Help Nepal in it`s aftermath today.

  • Concert for Bangladesh: Month of Giving

    2:56

    To pay tribute to The Concert for Bangladesh, this August has been designated as the Month of Giving. All month, musicians across the world will ask their friends and fans to support the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF and help provide immediate emergency relief for children in famine and drought-stricken regions in the Horn of Africa.
    Find out more at

    Joining the cause are Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, and Leon Russell, as well as Arcade Fire, Monty Python, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello, Crosby, Stills and Nash, The Doors, Selena Gomez, The Go-Go's, Brian Wilson, My Morning Jacket, Nas, Jackson Browne, and more. To jump start this fundraising initiative, the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF is immediately releasing $1 million to UNICEF for emergency efforts there.

    Order your copy of The Concert For Bangladesh album on iTunes HERE:

  • Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh, Madrid 2018 - Something

    3:29

    EL ÚLTIMO GRITO. MAGAZINE COOLTURAL

    Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh de George Harrison
    Sala BUT, Madrid 01/12/2018
    Something (Harrison)
    Feat. Aurora García

    En 1971 George Harrison organizó el primer concierto benéfico de la historia, respondiendo a la petición de ayuda de su amigo Ravi Shankar para asistir a los millones de refugiados de Bangladesh, afectados a la vez por un conflicto bélico y una gran catástrofe natural. Compartieron escenario con él artistas de la talla de Bob Dylan,Eric Clapton, Leon Russell o Ringo Starr, en lo que acabó resultando un concierto legendario.

    Casi 50 años después y a iniciativa del músico Jokin Salaverria, el sábado 1 de Diciembre en la sala But de Madrid, más de una veintena de reconocidos músicos reinterpretarán íntegramente el legendario ‘The Concert For Bangladesh’ que George Harrison organizó en el Madison Square Garden de Nueva York.

    Rememorando el line up original, la banda base se dispondrá de la siguiente manera:
    Baterías: Roberto Lozano Loza (Corizonas, Sex Museum, Los Coronas) y Andrea Conti (Los Estanques).
    Guitarras: Javi Rubio, Germán Herrero (Los Estanques) y Germán Salto (Salto). Fernando Bolado (Los Estanques) a todo.
    Coros y voces: Carolina Garcia, Antonio Tomás Sepúlveda y Aurora García (Aurora and the Betrayers).
    Hammond: Iñigo Bregel (Los Estanques).
    Vientos: Luis Soler Alonso, Diego Jiménez y Javi Ramirez.
    Bajo: Jokin Salaverria y al piano...Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers).
    Gorka Huarte Yoldi y Ander Cisneros se ocuparán del sitar y las tablas.
    Además tendremos como invitados a Nina San Juan (Morgan), Miguel Pardo (Sex Museum), Jonny Kaplan, Martí Perarnau IV (Mucho), Junior Mackenzie, José Antonio López López (The Soul Jacket), José María Guzman (Canovas, Cadillac), Iñigo Coppel, Sara Iñiguez (Rubia), Julian Kanevsky (Tequila, Calamaro), Alvaro Navarro (Miss Cafeina)...

  • Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh, Madrid 2018 - Wah Wah

    6:04

    EL ÚLTIMO GRITO. MAGAZINE COOLTURAL

    Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh de George Harrison
    Sala BUT, Madrid 01/12/2018
    Wah Wah (Harrison)
    feat. Martí Perarnau

    En 1971 George Harrison organizó el primer concierto benéfico de la historia, respondiendo a la petición de ayuda de su amigo Ravi Shankar para asistir a los millones de refugiados de Bangladesh, afectados a la vez por un conflicto bélico y una gran catástrofe natural. Compartieron escenario con él artistas de la talla de Bob Dylan,Eric Clapton, Leon Russell o Ringo Starr, en lo que acabó resultando un concierto legendario.

    Casi 50 años después y a iniciativa del músico Jokin Salaverria, el sábado 1 de Diciembre en la sala But de Madrid, más de una veintena de reconocidos músicos reinterpretarán íntegramente el legendario ‘The Concert For Bangladesh’ que George Harrison organizó en el Madison Square Garden de Nueva York.

    Rememorando el line up original, la banda base se dispondrá de la siguiente manera:
    Baterías: Roberto Lozano Loza (Corizonas, Sex Museum, Los Coronas) y Andrea Conti (Los Estanques).
    Guitarras: Javi Rubio, Germán Herrero (Los Estanques) y Germán Salto (Salto). Fernando Bolado (Los Estanques) a todo.
    Coros y voces: Carolina Garcia, Antonio Tomás Sepúlveda y Aurora García (Aurora and the Betrayers).
    Hammond: Iñigo Bregel (Los Estanques).
    Vientos: Luis Soler Alonso, Diego Jiménez y Javi Ramirez.
    Bajo: Jokin Salaverria y al piano...Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers).
    Gorka Huarte Yoldi y Ander Cisneros se ocuparán del sitar y las tablas.
    Además tendremos como invitados a Nina San Juan (Morgan), Miguel Pardo (Sex Museum), Jonny Kaplan, Martí Perarnau IV (Mucho), Junior Mackenzie, José Antonio López López (The Soul Jacket), José María Guzman (Canovas, Cadillac), Iñigo Coppel, Sara Iñiguez (Rubia), Julian Kanevsky (Tequila, Calamaro), Alvaro Navarro (Miss Cafeina)...

  • Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh, Madrid 2018 - It Dont Come Easy

    2:50

    EL ÚLTIMO GRITO. MAGAZINE COOLTURAL

    Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh de George Harrison
    Sala BUT, Madrid 01/12/2018
    It Don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr)
    Feat. Chris Stills

    En 1971 George Harrison organizó el primer concierto benéfico de la historia, respondiendo a la petición de ayuda de su amigo Ravi Shankar para asistir a los millones de refugiados de Bangladesh, afectados a la vez por un conflicto bélico y una gran catástrofe natural. Compartieron escenario con él artistas de la talla de Bob Dylan,Eric Clapton, Leon Russell o Ringo Starr, en lo que acabó resultando un concierto legendario.

    Casi 50 años después y a iniciativa del músico Jokin Salaverria, el sábado 1 de Diciembre en la sala But de Madrid, más de una veintena de reconocidos músicos reinterpretarán íntegramente el legendario ‘The Concert For Bangladesh’ que George Harrison organizó en el Madison Square Garden de Nueva York.

    Rememorando el line up original, la banda base se dispondrá de la siguiente manera:
    Baterías: Roberto Lozano Loza (Corizonas, Sex Museum, Los Coronas) y Andrea Conti (Los Estanques).
    Guitarras: Javi Rubio, Germán Herrero (Los Estanques) y Germán Salto (Salto). Fernando Bolado (Los Estanques) a todo.
    Coros y voces: Carolina Garcia, Antonio Tomás Sepúlveda y Aurora García (Aurora and the Betrayers).
    Hammond: Iñigo Bregel (Los Estanques).
    Vientos: Luis Soler Alonso, Diego Jiménez y Javi Ramirez.
    Bajo: Jokin Salaverria y al piano...Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers).
    Gorka Huarte Yoldi y Ander Cisneros se ocuparán del sitar y las tablas.
    Además tendremos como invitados a Nina San Juan (Morgan), Miguel Pardo (Sex Museum), Jonny Kaplan, Martí Perarnau IV (Mucho), Junior Mackenzie, José Antonio López López (The Soul Jacket), José María Guzman (Canovas, Cadillac), Iñigo Coppel, Sara Iñiguez (Rubia), Julian Kanevsky (Tequila, Calamaro), Alvaro Navarro (Miss Cafeina)...

  • Concert For Bangladesh Teaser Anila Aniket

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    Concert for Bangladesh, 40th anniversary celebration, July 30th DuPont Circle, Washington DC

  • George Harrison & friends. Concert Bangladesh FULL 52adler The Beatles

    50:42

    Producido con CyberLink PowerDirector 15 Canciones: Wah-Wah-; My swet lord, Awaiting on you all, That s The Way god Planned it, It don t Come easy , Belaware of Darkness, Band Introduction, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Medley Jumpin Jack Flash Young Blood, Here Comes the sun, Something, Bangla Desh . Friends: Eric Clapton, Jim Keltner,Billy Preston, Leon Rusell, RINGO STARR.- No se incluyo a Bob Dylan por problemas de derecho de autor. Este Concierto fue a beneficio de los niños de Bangladesh y puede ser considerada una de las obras musicales mas importantes de la historia de la música popular.- Canciones:George Harrison & Band[editar]
    Wah-Wah
    My Sweet Lord
    Awaiting On You All
    That's The Way God Planned It (Billy Preston)
    Interpretada por Billy Preston
    It Don't Come Easy
    Interpretada por Ringo Starr
    Beware of Darkness
    While My Guitar Gently Weeps
    Incluye a Eric Clapton en la guitarra
    Jumpin' Jack Flash/Young Blood (Mick Jagger-Keith Richards/Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller)
    Interpretada por Leon Russell, con los coros de George Harrison y Don Preston en Youngblood
    Here Comes the Sun
    Bob Dylan[editar]
    Todas las canciones compuestas e interpretadas por Bob Dylan, con George Harrison en la guitarra, Leon Russell y Klaus Voormann en el bajo y Ringo Starr en la pandereta.
    Bises[editar]
    Something
    Bangla Desh

  • A Hard Rains a Gonna Fall-Bob Dylan

    5:20

    The Concert for Bangladesh Live from Madison Square Garden in New York City (1971 )

  • George Harrison - Bangladesh

    4:21

    George Harrison Bangladesh album The Concert For Bangladesh 1971

  • The Concert For Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps

    8:31

    The Concert For Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps at The Space.
    Performers:
    Tommy Williams ,Kenny Forgione ,Kevin McCann , Ricky Martinez and Mark Bonder - Wonderous Stories (Core band for the night) Guests as follows:
    Denny Laine(guitar)- Every Paul McCartney Wings album . Denny will be inducted into the Rock and roll hall of fame this April as an original member of the Moody Blues .
    Steve Holley (Drums)
    The Weeklings -Glen Burtnik, Bob Burger, John Merjave, Joe Bellia
    Godfrey Townsend (Guitar) (vocals)
    Arno Hecht (Sax)
    Tommy Mandel (Keyboards) -
    John Montagna (Bass/ vocals
    Jann Klose (Vocals) -
    Phil Granger (Trumpet)
    Ed Ryan (Vocals)
    John Merjave (guitar/sitar) - The Weeklings
    Andy Marshall (Delruba an Indian instrument)
    George Marshall (Soundman extraordinaire)
    Steve Bloom - Visual images
    Other fantastic members are great guitarist/singer Frank Walker -singers Sue Turner , Holli Larocca , Laura Press and Christine Cariola

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  • THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH - Awaiting On You All

    2:44

    Tema extraído del homenaje al concierto que George Harrison realizó en 1971 por los refugiados de Pakistán del Este que sufrían las consecuencias de la Guerra por la Liberación de Bangladesh.

    En este caso son Jokin Salaverria y Cía. los que realizan el homenaje por aquel concierto.




  • The Concert for Bangladesh - George Harrison - LP Boxset

    5:48

    Sello: Apple Records ‎– STCX 3385
    Formato: 3 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Winchester Press Box Set
    País: US
    Fecha: 20 Dec 1971


    Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
    Copyright (c) – Apple Records, Inc.
    Recorded At – Madison Square Garden
    Mixed At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
    Mixed At – A&M Studios
    Mastered At – Sterling Sound
    Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester


    Bass – Leon Russell (tracks: E1 to E5)
    Coordinator [Production Coordination] – Allan Steckler, Jon Taplin*, Steve Lieber
    Electric Guitar – George Harrison (tracks: E1 to E5)
    Lead Guitar – Eric Clapton (tracks: B1, B2, B4, C4)
    Mastered By – LH*
    Performer – Allan Beutler, Chuck Findley, Claudia Linnear*, Dolores Hall*, Don Nix, Jackie Kelso, Jeanie Greene, Jesse Ed Davis, Jim Keltner, Jo Green*, Joey Molland, Lou McCreary*, Marlin Greene, Mike Gibbons*, Ollie Mitchell, Tom Evans
    Photography By [Additional] – Alan Pariser
    Photography By, Design – Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes (2)
    Producer – George Harrison, Phil Spector
    Saxophone – Jim Horn (tracks: B1, C2, F2)
    Tambourine – Ringo Starr (tracks: E1 to E5)
    Vocals – Leon Russell (tracks: C2, D1, D2, E5)
    Written-By – Bob Dylan (tracks: E1 to E5), George Harrison (tracks: B1 to B3, C2, C3, D3, F1, F2)


    #ConcertForBangladesh #GeorgeHarrisonVinyl

  • George Harrison honoured for Concert for Bangladesh

    2:14

    NEW YORK, USA, 1 August 2006 -- Thirty-five years after George Harrison's 'Concert for Bangladesh' raised over $15 million for UNICEF, the late Beatle has been inducted into the Madison Square Garden 'Walk of Fame'.

    The concert was the first of its kind and is recognized as the inspiration behind more recent humanitarian fundraising ventures like 'Band Aid' and 'Live Aid'.

    Last autumn, Olivia Harrison, who received the plaque today, opened a fund in her late husband's name with an initial donation of $1 million. The George Harrison Fund for UNICEF specifically targets UNICEF programs in Bangladesh but also provides lifesaving assistance to children suffering from civil conflict, natural disasters and poverty elsewhere.

    For more information on the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF, visit

  • Concert For Bangladesh | George Harrison & Friends | Live at the Madison Square Garden | 1971

    1:32:02

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Bangla Desh

    5:08

    Bangla Desh performed at the recreation of The Concert For Bangladesh at The Higline Ballroom in NYC 11/26/11

    Barry Waller - Lead Vocals/Acoustic Guitar
    Tommy Williams - Guitar/Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend - Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Guitar
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Kenny Forgione - Guitar/Vocals
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Greg Smith - Bass
    Tommy Mandel - Organ
    Arno Hecht - Saxophone
    Phil Grainger - Trumpet
    Eric Goletz - Trombone

    and a host of others

  • LEON RUSSELL - The Concert For Bangladesh

    7:51

    LEON RUSSELL - The Concert For Bangladesh / Young Blood ~ Jumpin' Jack Flash
    ♪Bangladesh(George Harrison )00.06:13 snapshot of concert

    ///Don't forget his great music ...Great Leon Russell ///

  • The Concert For Bangladesh-Old Brown Shoe

    3:25

    From The Concert For Bangladesh 2nd anniversary tribute concert at BB Kings in NYC 11/30/08
    featuring
    Tommy Williams-Guitars/Mandolin/Keyboards/Vocals
    Kenny Forgione-Guitars/Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend-Guitars/Vocals
    John Montagna-Bass/Guitar/Vocals
    Tommy Mandell-Organ
    Mark Bonder-Keyboards/Melodica
    John Merjave-Guitas/Vocals
    Kevin McCann-Guitar
    Andy Marshall-Lap Steel
    Rich Zukor-Drums
    Ricky Martinez-Drums
    Tom Bowes, Ed Ryan, Holli Ann LaRocca, Tom Sanfillippo, Laura Press, Christine Cariola, Sue Turner-Lead and Background Vocals
    Eric Bazillian-Guitars/Vocals
    Barry Waller-Bass
    Phil Grainger-Trumpet
    Arno Hecht-Saxophone
    Eric Goletz-Trombone
    Randy Jackson-Guitars/Vocals

  • The Concert for Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - Something

    4:38

    The Concert for Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - Something
    Performers:
    Tommy Williams ,Kenny Forgione ,Kevin McCann , Ricky Martinez and Mark Bonder - Wonderous Stories (Core band for the night) Guests as follows:
    Denny Laine(guitar)- Every Paul McCartney Wings album . Denny will be inducted into the Rock and roll hall of fame this April as an original member of the Moody Blues .
    Steve Holley (Drums)
    The Weeklings -Glen Burtnik, Bob Burger, John Merjave, Joe Bellia
    Godfrey Townsend (Guitar) (vocals)
    Arno Hecht (Sax)
    Tommy Mandel (Keyboards) -
    John Montagna (Bass/ vocals
    Jann Klose (Vocals) -
    Phil Granger (Trumpet)
    Ed Ryan (Vocals)
    John Merjave (guitar/sitar) - The Weeklings
    Andy Marshall (Delruba an Indian instrument)
    George Marshall (Soundman extraordinaire)
    Steve Bloom - Visual images
    Other fantastic members are great guitarist/singer Frank Walker -singers Sue Turner , Holli Larocca , Laura Press and Christine Cariola, Tom San Fillippo

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Coming Up

    4:23

    The Concert For Bangladesh performed at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 2/25/17

    Ed Ryan - Lead Vocals
    Tommy Williams - Guitar/Vocals
    John Merjave - Guitar
    Godfrey Townsend - Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Guitar
    Andy Marshall - Steel Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass/Vocals
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Steve Holley - Drums/Vocals
    Ricky Martinez - Percussion
    Tom San Filippo, Tom Bowes, Christine Cariola, Holly Ann Larocca, Maverick Williams, Laura Press, Sue Turner - Background Vocals/Percussion

  • The Concert For Bangladesh-Bangla Desh

    4:40

    From The Concert For Bangladesh 2nd anniversary tribute concert at BB Kings in NYC 11/30/08
    featuring
    Tommy Williams-Guitars/Mandolin/Keyboards/Vocals
    Kenny Forgione-Guitars/Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend-Guitars/Vocals
    John Montagna-Bass/Guitar/Vocals
    Tommy Mandell-Organ
    Mark Bonder-Keyboards/Melodica
    John Merjave-Guitas/Vocals
    Kevin McCann-Guitar
    Andy Marshall-Lap Steel
    Rich Zukor-Drums
    Ricky Martinez-Drums
    Tom Bowes, Ed Ryan, Holli Ann LaRocca, Tom Sanfillippo, Laura Press, Christine Cariola, Sue Turner-Lead and Background Vocals
    Eric Bazillian-Guitars/Vocals
    Barry Waller-Bass
    Phil Grainger-Trumpet
    Arno Hecht-Saxophone
    Eric Goletz-Trombone
    Randy Jackson-Guitars/Vocals

  • Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh, A Hard Rains a Gonna Fall

    4:59

    EL ÚLTIMO GRITO. MAGAZINE COOLTURAL

    Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh de George Harrison
    Sala BUT, Madrid 01/12/2018
    A Hard Rain's a Gonna Fall (Bob Dylan)
    Feat. Jonny Kaplan, Chris Stills & Iñigo Coppel

    Jonny Kaplan - Voz, Guitara
    Iñigo Coppel - Voz, Guitarra
    Chris Stills - Voz, Guitarra
    Julian Kanevsky - Slide
    Jokin Salaverria - Bajo
    Rami Jaffee - Piano
    Roberto Lozano - Batería
    Julián Maeso - Batería



    En 1971 George Harrison organizó el primer concierto benéfico de la historia, respondiendo a la petición de ayuda de su amigo Ravi Shankar para asistir a los millones de refugiados de Bangladesh, afectados a la vez por un conflicto bélico y una gran catástrofe natural. Compartieron escenario con él artistas de la talla de Bob Dylan,Eric Clapton, Leon Russell o Ringo Starr, en lo que acabó resultando un concierto legendario.

    Casi 50 años después y a iniciativa del músico Jokin Salaverria, el sábado 1 de Diciembre en la sala But de Madrid, más de una veintena de reconocidos músicos reinterpretarán íntegramente el legendario ‘The Concert For Bangladesh’ que George Harrison organizó en el Madison Square Garden de Nueva York.

    Rememorando el line up original, la banda base se dispondrá de la siguiente manera:
    Baterías: Roberto Lozano Loza (Corizonas, Sex Museum, Los Coronas) y Andrea Conti (Los Estanques).
    Guitarras: Javi Rubio, Germán Herrero (Los Estanques) y Germán Salto (Salto). Fernando Bolado (Los Estanques) a todo.
    Coros y voces: Carolina Garcia, Antonio Tomás Sepúlveda y Aurora García (Aurora and the Betrayers).
    Hammond: Iñigo Bregel (Los Estanques).
    Vientos: Luis Soler Alonso, Diego Jiménez y Javi Ramirez.
    Bajo: Jokin Salaverria y al piano...Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers).
    Gorka Huarte Yoldi y Ander Cisneros se ocuparán del sitar y las tablas.
    Además tendremos como invitados a Nina San Juan (Morgan), Miguel Pardo (Sex Museum), Jonny Kaplan, Martí Perarnau IV (Mucho), Junior Mackenzie, José Antonio López López (The Soul Jacket), José María Guzman (Canovas, Cadillac), Iñigo Coppel, Sara Iñiguez (Rubia), Julian Kanevsky (Tequila, Calamaro), Alvaro Navarro (Miss Cafeina)...

  • George Harrison - Bangla Desh - Lyrics

    4:10

    BANGLA DESH - George Harrison's charity song from 1971 for the people of BANGLA DESH.

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Awaiting On You All

    2:46

    The Concert For Bangladesh - Wonderous Stories and friends performing Awaiting On You All at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 3/3/18

    Kenny Forgione - Acoustic Guitar/Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend - Electric Guitar
    Tommy Williams - Lead Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Kevin McCann - Acoustic Guitar
    John Merjave - Electric Guitar
    Frank Walker - Acoustic Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Organ
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Vocal Choir - Ed Ryan/Tom San Filippo/Michael Accurso/Maverick Williams/Christine Cariola/Holli Ann Larocca/Laura Press/Sue Turner

    A Bella Shaquata Production

  • The Concert for Bangladesh - rehearsal clip, MSG, NY, 1971

    1:05

    A tantalising clip of George Harrison and his band running through Jumpin' Jack Flash.

    The camera pans past:

    Eric Clapton
    Leon Russell (almost hidden at bottom)
    George Harrison
    Don Preston
    Jesse Ed Davis
    Carl Radle
    Marlin Greene
    Jeanie Greene
    Billy Preston
    Claudia Lennear
    Delores Hall
    Jo Green

  • The Concert for Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - Just Like A Woman

    8:18

    The Concert for Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - Just Like A Woman vocals Ed Ryan, with Lester Saldinger, Tom SanFillippo
    Performers:
    Tommy Williams ,Kenny Forgione ,Kevin McCann , Ricky Martinez and Mark Bonder - Wonderous Stories (Core band for the night) Guests as follows:
    Denny Laine(guitar)- Every Paul McCartney Wings album . Denny will be inducted into the Rock and roll hall of fame this April as an original member of the Moody Blues .
    Steve Holley (Drums)
    The Weeklings -Glen Burtnik, Bob Burger, John Merjave, Joe Bellia
    Godfrey Townsend (Guitar) (vocals)
    Arno Hecht (Sax)
    Tommy Mandel (Keyboards) -
    John Montagna (Bass/ vocals
    Jann Klose (Vocals) -
    Phil Granger (Trumpet)
    Ed Ryan (Vocals)
    John Merjave (guitar/sitar) - The Weeklings
    Andy Marshall (Delruba an Indian instrument)
    George Marshall (Soundman extraordinaire)
    Steve Bloom - Visual images
    Other fantastic members are great guitarist/singer Frank Walker -singers Sue Turner , Holli Larocca , Laura Press and Christine Cariola

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Rockestra Theme

    2:56

    The closing number from our show at The Highline Ballroom in NYC on 11/29/13

  • Ravi Shankar - The Concert For Bangladesh 1971 - Bangla Dhun

    14:41

    Madison Square
    USA, 1971
    The Concert For Bangladesh

  • the concert for bangladesh vinyl

    22:51

    What is in YOUR vinyl collection? I didn’t buy this, it found me.

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Old Brown Shoe

    3:54

    The Concert For Bangladesh performed at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 2/25/17

    Marshall Crenshaw - Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Tommy Williams - Lead Guitar/Vocals
    Kenny Forgione - Guitar
    John Merjave - Guitar
    Godfrey Townsend - Lead Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Guitar
    Andy Marshall - Steel Guitar
    Barry Waller - Bass
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Ed Ryan, Tom San Filippo, Tom Bowes, Christine Cariola, Holly Ann Larocca, Maverick Williams, Laura Press, Sue Turner - Background Vocals/Percussion

  • Bangla Desh

    3:58

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Bangla Desh (Bonus Track) · George Harrison

    Living In The Material World

    ℗ 2014 G.H. Estate Limited, under exclusive license to Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group)

    Released on: 2014-01-01

    Producer: George Harrison
    Composer: George Harrison

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Bangladesh

    3:58

    Wonderous Stories and Friends performing Bangladesh at The Concert For Bangladesh at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 3/2/19

    Kenny Forgione - Acoustic Guitar
    Tommy Williams - Guitar
    Godfrey Townsend - Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Acoustic Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass/Lead Vocals
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Mar Bonder - Keyboards
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Dan Hickey - Drums
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Vocal Choir - Christine Cariola, Holliann Larocca, Laura Press, Sue Turner, Ed Ryan, Tom San Filippo, Maverick Williams, Jann Klose

    Video by Margaret Romolo-Zukor

    A Stunata Production

  • Billy Preston - Thats The Way God Planned It

    4:34

    Billy Preston's live performance of That's The Way God Planned It is from the 1971 Concert for Bangla Desh at New York City's Madison Square Garden and was included on the 1971 album The Concert For Bangla Desh.

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - While My Guitar Gently Weeps

    5:34

    The Concert For Bangladesh performed at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 2/25/17

    Tommy Williams - Lead Guitar/Vocals
    Kenny Forgione - Guitar/Lead Vocals
    John Merjave - Guitar
    Godfrey Townsend - Lead Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Guitar
    Andy Marshall - Steel Guitar
    Barry Waller - Bass
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Ed Ryan, Tom San Filippo, Tom Bowes, Christine Cariola, Holly Ann Larocca, Maverick Williams, Laura Press, Sue Turner - Background Vocals/Percussion

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - While My Guitar Gently Weeps

    5:25

    The Concert For Bangladesh - Wonderous Stories and friends performing While My Guitar Gently Weeps All at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 3/3/18

    Kenny Forgione - Acoustic Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend - Lead Guitar
    Tommy Williams - Lead Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Acoustic Guitar
    John Merjave - Electric Guitar
    Frank Walker - Acoustic Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Organ
    Vocal Choir - Ed Ryan/Tom San Filippo/Michael Accurso/Maverick Williams/Christine Cariola/Holli Ann Larocca/Laura Press/Sue Turner

    A Bella Shaquata Production

  • THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH - Thats The Way God Planned It

    4:42

    Diciembre, 2107. Sala Santana 27, Bilbao.

    Tema extraído del homenaje al concierto que George Harrison realizó en 1971 por los refugiados de Pakistán del Este que sufrían las consecuencias de la Guerra por la Liberación de Bangladesh.

    En este caso son Jokin Salaverria y Cía. los que realizan el homenaje por aquel concierto.




  • The Concert For Bangladesh - Something

    3:16

    The Concert For Bangladesh performed at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 2/25/17

    Tommy Williams - Guitar/Vocals
    John Merjave - Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend - Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Lead Guitar
    Frank Walker - Guitar
    Andy Marshall - Steel Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass/Vocals
    Mark Bonder - Keyboards
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Ricky Martinez - Drums
    Ed Ryan, Tom San Filippo, Tom Bowes, Christine Cariola, Holly Ann Larocca, Maverick Williams, Laura Press, Sue Turner - Background Vocals/Percussion

  • 40th Anniversary of Concert for Bangladesh

    4:37

    Organized by Dhroopad and Drishtipat in Washington DC.

  • Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh, Give Me Love

    3:58

    EL ÚLTIMO GRITO. MAGAZINE COOLTURAL

    Homenaje a The Concert for Bangladesh de George Harrison
    Sala BUT, Madrid 01/12/2018
    Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) (Harrison)
    Feat. Nina de Juan

    En 1971 George Harrison organizó el primer concierto benéfico de la historia, respondiendo a la petición de ayuda de su amigo Ravi Shankar para asistir a los millones de refugiados de Bangladesh, afectados a la vez por un conflicto bélico y una gran catástrofe natural. Compartieron escenario con él artistas de la talla de Bob Dylan,Eric Clapton, Leon Russell o Ringo Starr, en lo que acabó resultando un concierto legendario.

    Casi 50 años después y a iniciativa del músico Jokin Salaverria, el sábado 1 de Diciembre en la sala But de Madrid, más de una veintena de reconocidos músicos reinterpretarán íntegramente el legendario ‘The Concert For Bangladesh’ que George Harrison organizó en el Madison Square Garden de Nueva York.

    Rememorando el line up original, la banda base se dispondrá de la siguiente manera:
    Baterías: Roberto Lozano Loza (Corizonas, Sex Museum, Los Coronas) y Andrea Conti (Los Estanques).
    Guitarras: Javi Rubio, Germán Herrero (Los Estanques) y Germán Salto (Salto). Fernando Bolado (Los Estanques) a todo.
    Coros y voces: Carolina Garcia, Antonio Tomás Sepúlveda y Aurora García (Aurora and the Betrayers).
    Hammond: Iñigo Bregel (Los Estanques).
    Vientos: Luis Soler Alonso, Diego Jiménez y Javi Ramirez.
    Bajo: Jokin Salaverria y al piano...Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters, Wallflowers).
    Gorka Huarte Yoldi y Ander Cisneros se ocuparán del sitar y las tablas.
    Además tendremos como invitados a Nina San Juan (Morgan), Miguel Pardo (Sex Museum), Jonny Kaplan, Martí Perarnau IV (Mucho), Junior Mackenzie, José Antonio López López (The Soul Jacket), José María Guzman (Canovas, Cadillac), Iñigo Coppel, Sara Iñiguez (Rubia), Julian Kanevsky (Tequila, Calamaro), Alvaro Navarro (Miss Cafeina)...

  • A Concert For Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 - A Hard Rains A Gonna Fall

    6:18

    A Concert For Bangladesh Revisited 3/3/2018 -Wonderous Stories at The Space
    Bob Dylan’s A Rains A Gonna Fall - performed by Tommy Williams/Holli Larocca/Lester Saldinger/Ricky Martinez/ Tom SanFillippo
    Performers:
    Tommy Williams ,Kenny Forgione ,Kevin McCann , Ricky Martinez and Mark Bonder - Wonderous Stories (Core band for the night) Guests as follows:
    Denny Laine(guitar)- Every Paul McCartney Wings album . Denny will be inducted into the Rock and roll hall of fame this April as an original member of the Moody Blues .
    Steve Holley (Drums)
    The Weeklings -Glen Burtnik, Bob Burger, John Merjave, Joe Bellia
    Godfrey Townsend (Guitar) (vocals)
    Arno Hecht (Sax)
    Tommy Mandel (Keyboards) -
    John Montagna (Bass/ vocals
    Jann Klose (Vocals) -
    Phil Granger (Trumpet)
    Ed Ryan (Vocals)
    John Merjave (guitar/sitar) - The Weeklings
    Andy Marshall (Delruba an Indian instrument)
    George Marshall (Soundman extraordinaire)
    Steve Bloom - Visual images
    Other fantastic members are great guitarist/singer Frank Walker -singers Sue Turner , Holli Larocca , Laura Press and Christine Cariola

  • The Concert For Bangladesh - What Is Life ?

    4:37

    Wonderous Stories and Friends performing What Is Life ? at The Concert For Bangladesh at The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY) 3/2/19

    Kenny Forgione - Acoustic Guitar/Vocals
    Tommy Williams - Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Godfrey Townsend - Guitar
    Kevin McCann - Guitar
    Frank Walker - Acoustic Guitar
    John Montagna - Bass/Lead Vocals
    Tommy Mandel - Hammond B3
    Mar Bonder - Keyboards
    Rich Zukor - Drums
    Dan Hickey - Drums
    Steve Holley - Bongos
    Phil Granger - Trumpet
    Rob Susman - Trombone
    Arno Hecht - Tenor Sax
    Vocal Choir - Christine Cariola, Holliann Larocca, Laura Press, Sue Turner, Ed Ryan, Tom San Filippo, Maverick Williams, Jann Klose

    Video by Margaret Romolo-Zukor

    A Stunata Production

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