", Brainwashed was released on 18 November 2002 to mostly favourable reviews.
His most famous solo song, ‘My Sweet Lord’ mixes the Judeo-Christian ‘Hallelujah’ with the Hindu ‘Hare Krishna.’. Otherwise, ‘If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.’. In the song, ‘Any Road’ he presents themes common to Eastern faiths and beliefs. -> this basically means that if you don't have a plan, it doesn't matter what you do because you'll get to where you're going no matter what. Brainwashed reached the top 30 in the UK and the top 20 in the US, and received mostly favourable reviews.
The album sold respectably, reaching number 18 in the US and going gold, and number 29 in the UK, where "Any Road" became a top 40 hit single in spring 2003. He's probably just talking about life in general. The suggestion is that a more conscious approach to decision making might result in fewer regrets.
At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album scores 77, based on 16 reviews, which means "generally favorable". ^shipments figures based on certification alone, "George Harrison Stabbed in Chest by an Intruder", "George Harrison undergoes surgery for cancer", "George Harrison Receives Radiation Treatment", "Reviews for Brainwashed by George Harrison", "George Harrison – Brainwashed. “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” replies the Cheshire Cat. Brainwashed is the twelfth and final studio album by English rock musician and ex-Beatle George Harrison. "If you don't know where you're going, any road'll take you there."
"By the skin of one's teeth" and "by the breadth of a hair" mean basically the same: That you barely do something, you barely make it, you almost fail. 英語の学びスペースです。, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser.
‘You may not know where you came from, may not know who you are,’ but there’s a lot to be gained from having a good sense of direction. Lots of very personal stuff.  Keith Phipps of The A.V. ‘Any Road’ by George Harrison ‘Any Road’ released in 2003, was the last single by George Harrison. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” asks Alice. Harrison's final work on the album was carried out at a recording studio in Switzerland shortly before his trip to the United States for cancer treatment. As ‘the quiet Beatle’ he was one of the ‘Fab Four’ who had so much influence on pop culture and contemporary life since their first hit back in 1962. ‘Any Road’ released in 2003, was the last single by George Harrison. The album was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, as well as Best Male Pop Vocal Performance (for the track "Any Road"). As Harrison sings, ‘we’ve got to fight with the thoughts in the head, with the dark and the light’ – those fears, insecurities and anxieties that we all struggle with in varying degrees. George's son Dhani said that while he and his father were in Hawaii, they walked by a beach and saw a sign that read, "If the wind blows, you can always adjust your sails, but, if you don't know where you're going, then any road will take you there." Harrison successfully battled throat cancer in 1997; in 2001 he underwent surgery to remove a cancerous growth from one of his lungs, and radiotherapy for lung cancer which had metastasised to his brain. On 29 November 2001, Harrison died, leaving Brainwashed unfinished, but with a guide to completing it in the hands of his son and Lynne.
Harrison began writing the song in 1988, during the making of a video for his 1987 album Cloud Nine. -> this basically means that if you don't have a plan, it doesn't matter what you do because you'll get to where you're going no matter what. The album sold respectably, reaching number 18 in the US and going gold, and number 29 in the UK, where "Any Road" became a top 40 hit single in spring 2003. ‘There was no beginning, there is no end, it wasn’t born and never dies, there are no edges, there is no sides.’, Regardless of this philosophising, George concludes the song by reiterating his pragmatic refrain ‘but if you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.’. We gradually just filled them in. Un lieu pour apprendre l'anglais.
But the rest of the song, is really kind of ambiguous. George Harrison song meanings and interpretations with user discussion.
By leaving things to chance we are risking our own happiness.  In an interview in 1999, Harrison announced the title of his next album to be Portrait of a Leg End, and played songs entitled "Valentine", "Pisces Fish" and "Brainwashed". " PopMatters' Gary Glauber found the album "phenomenal" and "easily ... Harrison's best solo effort since All Things Must Pass".  That same year, Harrison's former bandmate Paul McCartney named "Maria Blues" as one of his all-time favourites.
It was released posthumously on 18 November 2002, almost a year after his death at age 58, and 15 years after his previous studio album, Cloud Nine. The album's overdubs were completed by his son Dhani, session drummer Jim Keltner, and longtime friend and collaborator Jeff Lynne. The songs that give hope in those times when we are struggling. Oh I've been traveling on a boat and a plane In a car on a bike with a bus and a train Traveling there and traveling here Everywhere in every gear This may seem a statement of the blooming obvious if ever there was one. So are we. So what is George saying in this song that could help us understand our own mental health?