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© The Vincent Vigil Collection, 1971
At friend Ravi Shankar's insistence, George Harrison gathers his musical family for two performances at New York's Madison Square Garden, August 1, 1971, in aid of the people of Bangladesh. In the annuals of rock music, The Concert For Bangladesh, is now known as the the original template for concerts such as Live Aid and Farm Aid.
George Harrison, Bangladesh, Madison Square Garden, NY 1971 by The Vincent Vigil Collection
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: 11x14-Open, 16x20-50, 20x24-35, 30x40-25
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