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Midweek Musical Memories - What Is Life?


All Aboard the Meme Express – Wednesday, February 24, 2010

George Harrison (one of the Fab Four, known as The Beatles) was born on February 24, 1943. One of George Harrison’s hit solo singles was “What Is Life?” (from his All Things Must Pass album).

Eric Clapton joined George Harrison on a concert tour in Japan in 1991, performing “What Is Life” with the former Beatle.

(Turn your computer speakers up – it’s an OLD music video.)

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Today is Wednesday - and Midweek Musical Memories at the Meme Express. The Meme Express for today offers this ponderous prompt:

What is life?

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