DREAM WEAVER GARY WRIGHT HAS A NEW AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Songwriter Gary Wright recounts his memories of his friendship with George Harrison in a new autobiography, “Dream Weaver: Music, Meditation, and My Friendship with George Harrison,” to be published Oct. 2 in the U.S. by Tarcher Hardcover, it was announced Tuesday.
The book focuses on Wright's long friendship with George Harrison and his personal spiritual journey. According to the publisher, the 33-year-old Wright, who had had two chart-topping singles, still had questions about himself and his life.
The book details how he formed the rock group Spooky Tooth and how his close friendship with Harrison began and developed over the years. As it blossomed, the two wrote together, pondered philosophical issues and journeyed together to India. The book will feature lyrics to a song they wrote together, “To Discover Yourself.” A deluxe e-book version will feature an audio recording of the song.
Posted by Retro Kimmer at 12:30 PM
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