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"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" written by George Harrison for The Beatles on their double album The Beatles (also known as The White Album). George Harrison originally performed the song with a solo acoustic guitar and an organ; a demo version, longer than the officially released version, can be heard on the Anthology 3 album and in reworked form on the Love album. Eric Clapton, who was a good friend of George's, played lead guitar on the album version of… read more

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  • Avatar for syphibliss
    Eric Clapton's best part
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  • Avatar for corpsetastic
    I don't agree with you because absolutely plenty of music since then and today is rejecting the military industrial complex... so the beatles would have been accepted easily. I cannot listen to this track without hearing the purple one Prince's ungodly solo...
  • Avatar for styymie
    The world of today wouldn't appreciate the Beatles. They were anti-war. That cannot be allowed. Kill, kill, kill [in the name of democracy and capitalism] is the guiding motto today. Sleep on, kinders.
  • Avatar for gabrielsapiens
    So beautiful.
  • Avatar for gwiezdzistanoc
    love this song
  • Avatar for Iliterat
    If you don't understand why Eric Clapton played lead here, try listening to it again.
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    Amazing song.
  • Avatar for Kida_Cut
    forever brilliant!

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