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George Harrison wasn't exactly a fan of being "on the road."
After the Beatles' final tour in 1966, he toured only twice as a solo artist. Twice! There was his '74 tour of the U.S. and his '91 tour of Japan.
Outside of that, Harrison's live performances were limited to special events, including the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh, the 1987 Prince's Trust Rock Gala and his April 6, 1992, benefit concert for the U.K.'s Natural Law Party at the Royal Albert Hall.
Harrison's shows were so rare that this '92 concert turned out to be his last full show as a featured artist.
Although the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell handled a lot of the six-string heavy lifting that night, Harrison brought out guitarist Gary Moore as a special guest for the show's finale, the Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
Harrison and Moore were hanging out and recording together fairly often in the early Nineties; Moore played on the Traveling Wilburys' 1990 album, Volume 3, and even recorded a Harrison composition, "That Kind of Woman," which appeared as a CD bonus track on Moore's much-loved 1990 album, Still Got the Blues.
Below (top video), check out a not-so-great-quality video of Harrison and Moore (with Ringo Starr on drums) trading guitar solos on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" at the Albert Hall in '92. They're both playing very attractive Gibson Les Pauls, which is something of a rarity for Harrison in this period.
Below that (middle video), you'll find the official music video for the Traveling Wilburys' "She's My Baby," which features Moore on lead guitar. The bottom YouTube player features Moore's version of Harrison's "That Kind of Woman," which features Harrison on slide guitar; the two guitarists actually trade off on the solo, which is kind of cool. The song was originally written for and recorded by Eric Clapton during Clapton's Journeyman sessions.