George Harrison wrote “Old Brown Shoe” and “Something” on piano because “Nothing Seemed Fresh” on guitar

Even as one of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest guitarists, George Harrison sometimes turned to the piano to write his songs. The Beatle relied on ivory keys to give it a fresh sound, not tight strings, when writing “Old Brown Shoe” and “Something”.

George Harrison performed with the Beatles in 1964.
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George Harrison wrote “Old Brown Shoe” at the piano

According to Far Out Magazine, George turned to keyboards around 1967. He wrote songs like “Blue Jay Way” and “Only a Northern Song” on the Hammond organ.

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