I normally don’t update twice in one day, but news such as this demands action on my part. I am a massive George Harrison fan, and when I heard a few years ago that Martin Scorsese was putting together a three and a half hour George Harrison documentary, I started counting down the days. At last, the film is finished, and will get its premiere on HBO on October 5th and 6th in two parts. To casual fans of rock and roll, George Harrison is known as the “Quiet Beatle,” but hard core Beatle fans know he was anything but. In many ways, George was the most radical Beatle, refusing to conform to any traditional system of life living. He was a rule breaker and a seeker, blazing new frontiers in his own quest to figure out why the world was so miserable, and what he could do about it. Lastly, he was a beautiful musician, criminally overshadowed by his Beatle friends, who unfairly excluded him from the tight partnership thing that Lennon and McCartney formed in the early Beatle days. Paul McCartney even admitted that there was nothing stopping him and John from excluding George, other than feeling superior to him via their dominant personalities and older ages. Also, it is really hard to blame Paul and John because when they were young boys making these decisions, it was impossible for them to know what impact such choices would hold in music history. Its a silly footnote in rock history, but one made all the more remarkable as George blossomed his own unique musical genius with little help from his friends. (Zing!) Anyway, I’m the sure the documentary will cover these issues with greater complexity, so I’ll leave my own historical commentary to a minimum for now. Enjoy the trailer, and don’t forget you can vote for me to be CBS’s top NY blogger! Already voted? Well, don’t let it stop you because you can vote once every day! Just click these orange words, it only takes a second!