George Harrison: The not-so-quiet Beatle, article by Philip Goldberg in LA YOGA Magazine

George Harrison: The not-so-quiet Beatle,

by Philip Goldberg, author of American Veda,

published in LA YOGA Magazine.

Download a PDF of this article

found on pages 28+29 of the LAYOGA

December/January 2012 issue.

Listen to this Oct 12, 2012 KRUU FM interview with Philip Goldberg and Cheryl Fusco Johnson on Writers’ Voices http://www.kruufm.com/node/14325/node/14325.

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