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George Harrison

All Things Must Pass [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition]

All Things Must Pass [50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition]

UPC: 602435676012

Format: LP (5 disc)

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Includes 5 bonus tracks.
Personnel: George Harrison (vocals, guitar); Sam Brown (vocals); Dhani Harrison (acosutic guitar, Fender Rhodes piano, background vocals); Badfinger (guitar, percussion); Dave Mason, Eric Clapton (guitar); Pete Drake (pedal steel guitar); Bobby Keys (tenor saxophone); Jim Price (trumpet); Billy Preston, Gary Wright, Bobby Whitlock, Gary Brooker (keyboards); Carl Radle, Klaus Voorman (bass); Ringo Starr, Alan White, Jim Gordon (drums, percussion); Ray Cooper, Mal Evans (tambourine).
Engineers: Ken Scott, Philip McDonald, Ken Scott.
Includes liner notes by George Harrison.
Digitally remastered by Jon Astley.
Without a doubt, George Harrison's first solo recording, originally issued as a triple album, is his best. Drawing on his backlog of unused compositions from the late Beatles era, Harrison crafted material that managed the rare feat of conveying spiritual mysticism without sacrificing his gifts for melody and grand, sweeping arrangements. Enhanced by Phil Spector's lush orchestral production and Harrison's own superb slide guitar, nearly every song is excellent: "Awaiting on You All," "Beware of Darkness," the Dylan collaboration "I'd Have You Anytime," "Isn't It a Pity," and the hit singles "My Sweet Lord" and "What Is Life" are just a few of the highlights. A very moving work, with a slight flaw: the jams that comprise the final third of the album are somewhat dispensable, and have probably only been played once or twice by most of the listeners who own this record. Those same jams, however, played by Eric Clapton, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock, and Jim Gordon (all of whom had just come off of touring as part of Delaney & Bonnie's band), proved to be of immense musical importance, precipitating the formation of Derek & the Dominos. Thus, they weren't a total dead end, and may actually be much more to the liking of the latter band's fans. ~ Richie Unterberger & Bruce Eder


Disc 1:
1 - I'd Have You Anytime
2 - My Sweet Lord
3 - Wah-Wah
4 - Isn't It a Pity [Version One]
5 - What Is Life
6 - If Not for You
7 - Behind That Locked Door
8 - Let It Down
9 - Run of the Mill
Disc 2:
1 - Beware of Darkness
2 - Apple Scruffs
3 - Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
4 - Awaiting on You All
5 - All Things Must Pass
6 - I Dig Love
7 - Art of Dying
8 - Isn't It a Pity [Version Two]
9 - Hear Me Lord
Disc 3:
1 - Out of the Blue
2 - It's Johnny's Birthday
3 - Plug Me In
4 - I Remember Jeep
5 - Thanks for the Pepperoni
Disc 4:
1 - Isn't It a Pity [Take 14]
2 - Wah-Wah [Take 1]
3 - I'd Have You Anytime [Take 5]
4 - Art of Dying [Take 1]
5 - Isn't It a Pity [Take 27]
6 - If Not for You [Take 2]
7 - Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine) [Take 1]
8 - What Is Life [Take 1]
9 - Beware of Darkness [Take 8]
Disc 5:
1 - Hear Me Lord [Take 5]
2 - Let It Down [Take 1]
3 - Run of the Mill [Take 36]
4 - Down to the River (Rocking Chair Jam) [Take 1]
5 - Get Back [Take 1]
6 - Almost 12 Bar Honky Tonk [Take 1]
7 - It's Johnny's Birthday [Take 1]
8 - Woman Don't You Cry for Me [Take 5]