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  1. In contrast with the Los Angeles-based Scott's previous projects, the nine-song set features New York musicians such as Hugh McCracken, Richard Tee, Eric Gale, and Steve Gadd. Following their North American tour together in November−December 1974, George Harrison makes a contribution on the track "Appolonia (Foxtrata)".

    • 8 December 1975 (US), 2 April 1976 (UK)
  2. Harrison collaborated with Tom Scott on Scott's 1975 album New York Connection, and in 1981 he played guitar on "Walk a Thin Line", from Mick Fleetwood's The Visitor. His contributions to Starr's solo career continued with " Wrack My Brain ", a 1981 US top 40 hit written and produced by Harrison, [299] and guitar overdubs to two ...

  3. In contrast with the Los Angeles-based Scott’s previous projects, the nine-song set features New York musicians such as Hugh McCracken, Richard Tee, Eric Gale, and Steve Gadd. Following their North American tour together in November−December 1974, George Harrison makes a contribution on the track “Appolonia (Foxtrata)”

  4. Written-By – Michel Colombier. Electric Piano – Bob James. Soprano Saxophone, Woodwind, Synthesizer [Arp String Ensemble] – Tom Scott. Written-By – Michel Colombier. 5:36. A5. Time And Love. Flute, Tenor Saxophone, Synthesizer [Arp String Ensemble] – Tom Scott. Written-By – Ralph McDonald *, William Salter.

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  5. George Harrison appears courtesy of Apple Records ... Tom Scott "Dirty Old Man" New York Connection (1975) 5:20; Tom Scott - New York Connection. 4:27; Lists Add to List.

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  6. Rhythm tracks recorded at the Hit Factory, New York City - Aug. 25th thru 29th, 1975 Mixed at A&M Studios - Los Angeles George Harrison appears courtesy of Apple Records Bob James appears courtesy of CTI Records ℗ 1975 A&M/Ode Records Printed In U.S.A. All selections: Hollenbeck Music Inc. (BMI) except

  7. 28 de abr. de 2016 · The Day Prince’s Guitar Wept the Loudest. Tom Petty, left, and Prince honoring George Harrison at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York in March 2004. Timothy A. Clary ...