My dad was always, ‘Don’t be famous. Don’t envy this. Be a musician, but don’t be famous. You lose all your freedom and you can’t do anything. You have to live a different life,’ ” Harrison recalled. “We were both private people, and he did a really great job of keeping me out of the press all my life.
"I felt like, when I was ready to do what I want to do, everyone would pay attention because everyone is always trying to compare you to your dad and how you are in relation to the other (Beatles) children and this and that," he added. "I think the only way you can do it on your own is do it yourself.”