The Beatles have wowed fans even years after the end of the band. Over the decades the band worked on numerous albums, and members of the band even worked on some solo projects after the band split.
One of these prolific music creators was George Harrison – one of the more public-facing members of the team.
Harrison spent a lot of time after the end of the band working on music alongside Ronu Majumdar.
Of course, after Harrison tragically died, his estate took over his social media accounts.
Now, the Twitter account has looked back on Harrison’s work alongside Majumdar, and posted a brand new photo of the pair working together.
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Apparently, the lyrics within it were poking light fun at Eric Clapton’s dental work.
According to his biography, Harrison said: “‘Savoy Truffle’ on The White Album was written for Eric (Clapton). He’s got this real sweet tooth and he’d just had his mouth worked on.
“His dentist said he was through with candy. So as a tribute I wrote: ‘You’ll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.’
“The truffle was some kind of sweet, just like all the rest — cream tangerine, ginger sling — just candy, to tease Eric.”