I will add the adjoining story but the images and pics are very special and rare so don't miss this. There is also a special 2002 card shown from Olivia and Dhani.
Former Dark Horse Records, General Manager, Dennis Morgan pays homage to the late former Beatle with a montage that goes back to their tenure at A&M Records and Warner Bros. Records.
Some of the highlights include photos of former Warner Bros. Chairman, Mo Ostin along with George and Dennis on their way to the State Department for a visit with Henry Kissinger (who couldn't quite grasp who George was and the purpose of the meeting...although he vaguely recollected that one of the band memebers had a Japanese wife). Rolling Stone Magazine writer, Charles Young and Dennis had to leave the meeting due to uncontrollable laughter (more later).
Other photos include a gold record award ceremony featuring George, Olivia, Mo, Dennis, Dark Horse staffer's Linda Arias, Muriel Houseman, and the executive team at Warner Bros. Records: Dave Urso, Don MacGregor, Ed Thrasher, Eddie Rosenblatt, Stan Cornyn, Tom Ruffino, Russ Thyret, Lou Dennis, Clyde Bakemo, Ron Goldstein, Adam Somers, Mark Maitland, Carole Hart, and many others.
The montage is dedicated in memoriam to Dennis' late wife, Lydia who was a paralegal at the law firm that represented George Harrison. She also worked with Ron Saul at Warner Bros. Records managing the Phil Spector label, PS Records, and was a national promotion staffer at Universal Music Group.
George was best man at their wedding (Olivia a bridesmaid). Lydia, Dennis, George and Olivia are pictured in the montage funning it up with a mariachi band while attending the Warner national conference in Acapulco.
Today, Dennis is active in marketing, media management, web-video development and production. His recent work for Congressional Quarterly Contributing Editor, Craig Crawford, also columnist for CQPolitics.com, CQ Weekly, and a news analyst for NBC, MSNBC and CNBC can be seen here on the ReelRadioTV Channel.
Craig Crawford is the author of a new book, The Politics of Life, 25 Rules for Survival in a Brutal and Manipulative World. He is also the author of, Attack The Messenger,How Politicians Turn You Against The Media.
From the forthcoming Dennis Morgan semi-autobiography, 'All the Dark Horses; All the King's Men'.
"Everyone should have themselves regularly overwhelmed by Nature"
- George Harrison