Though Ringo and George tend to be overshadowed by the contributions of Paul and John, George Harrison’s contributions to the group, while few in number, rank among the greatest songs of the Beatles’ repertoire. An analysis of representative examples like "While My Guitar gently Weeps, "Something," and "Here Comes the Sun," highlighting Harrison’s contributions to the development of pop and rock music.
That would be a really good article but be careful not to fall into the cliché of the 'overshadowed' Beatle. True the Lennon-McCartney tandem often seemed more prominent but George has always contributed in an extremely rich and powerful manner and has offered the group many hits. And his solo career was very successful too. I think people know that now and are aware of his enormous contribution . In writing the article, it would be maybe best to focus less on the 'overshadowed' one in relation to Paul and John. – Rachel Elfassy Bitoun8 years ago