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He and Dylan co-wrote "I'd Have You Anytime" and "Nowhere to Go" (also known as "When Everybody Comes to Town") at this time, and Dylan showed him "I Don't Want to Do It." All three songs were attempted at some point in the sessions for All Things Must Pass, but only "I'd Have You Anytime" made the album.The January 1969 "Get Back" sessions saw early appearances of several other songs that would be considered for All Things Must Pass, including the title track, "Hear Me Lord", "Isn't It a Pity", "Let It Down", and "Window, Window", and would later utilise their backing group "Friends" as an important part of the All Things Must Pass sound.In bootlegged conversation from the Get Back sessions, Harrison revealed that John had rejected "Isn't It a Pity" three years before, and that he (Harrison) had considered offering the song to Frank Sinatra.Harrison picked up several more songs in late 1968 while visiting Bob Dylan and The Band in Woodstock, New York.
She is also guest critic and studio tutor at Liverpool University and a design review panellist and enabler for Places Matter!
The twinning came about thanks to the late Dublin-born Liverpool councillor Mike Black.
He made an issue out of it while he was Lord Mayor for the first of his two terms, in 1993/94.
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