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ONE OFTHE MOST ENLIGHTEN PERSONS EVER KNOWN IN OR TIME

IS THE GREATEST POET WHOM EVER PUT THE TRUE MEANING OF WORDS TO MUSIC TO
, BRING ABOUT
A GREATER UNDERSTANDING OF OUR PLACE & THE TRUE MEANING OF...
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The Best Beatles Solo Album Supergroup throughout

Original release

Side one

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

1.

"I'd Have You Anytime"

George Harrison, Bob Dylan

2:56

2.

"My Sweet Lord"

Harrison

4:38

3.

"Wah-Wah"

Harrison

5:35

4.

"Isn't It a Pity" (Version 1)

Harrison

7:08

Side two

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

5.

"What Is Life"

Harrison

4:22

6.

"If Not for You"

Dylan

3:29

7.

"Behind That Locked Door"

Harrison

3:05

8.

"Let It Down"

Harrison

4:57

9.

"Run of the Mill"

Harrison

2:49

Side three

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

1.

"Beware of Darkness"

Harrison

3:48

2.

"Apple Scruffs"

Harrison

3:04

3.

"Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)"

Harrison

3:46

4.

"Awaiting on You All"

Harrison

2:45

5.

"All Things Must Pass"

Harrison

3:44

Side four

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

6.

"I Dig Love"

Harrison

4:55

7.

"Art of Dying"

Harrison

3:37

8.

"Isn't It a Pity" (Version 2)

Harrison

4:45

9.

"Hear Me Lord"

Harrison

5:46

Side five (Apple Jam)

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

1.

"Out of the Blue"

Al Aronowitz, Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon, Harrison, Bobby Keys, Jim Price, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock, Gary Wright

11:14

2.

"It's Johnny's Birthday" (Based upon "Congratulations")

Bill Martin, Phil Coulter; renewed lyrics by Mal Evans, Harrison, Eddie Klein

0:49

3.

"Plug Me In"

Clapton, Gordon, Harrison, Dave Mason, Radle, Whitlock

3:18

Side six (Apple Jam)

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

4.

"I Remember Jeep"

Ginger Baker, Clapton, Harrison, Billy Preston, Klaus Voormann

8:07

5.

"Thanks for the Pepperoni"

Clapton, Gordon, Harrison, Mason, Radle, Whitlock

5:31

[edit] 2001 remaster

[edit] Disc one

Track 1-9 as per Side-one and Side-two of original issue.

Additional tracks

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

10.

"I Live for You" (New backing vocals and instrumentation from George and his son Dhani in 2000, alongside steel guitar played by Pete Drake in 1970)

Harrison

3:35

11.

"Beware of Darkness" (An acoustic run-through of the song recorded on 27 May 1970)

Harrison

3:19

12.

"Let It Down" (An acoustic run-through of the song recorded on 27 May 1970, with overdubbing added in 2000)

Harrison

3:54

13.

"What Is Life" (An early mix of the song's backing track on 9 August 1970 with piccolo trumpet and oboe)

Harrison

4:27

14.

"My Sweet Lord (2000)" (A re-working of the original recording with new overdubs in 2000, including new lead and backing vocals from George and Sam Brown)

Harrison

4:57

[edit] Disc two

Track 1-9 as per Side-three and Side-four of original issue.

Apple Jam

No.

Title

Writer(s)

Length

10.

"It's Johnny's Birthday" (Based upon "Congratulations")

Martin, Coulter; renewed lyrics by Evans, Harrison, Klein

0:49

11.

"Plug Me In"

Clapton, Gordon, Harri
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All Things Must Pass (with an A+ Average)

When the Beatles finally broke up, everyone figured John Lennon and Paul McCartney would compete for best solo artist career. Everyone was wrong. George Harrison knocked the ball out of the park on his first real solo effort, All Things Must Pass. More than a passing grade is deserved for this masterpiece! An absolute gem. Limited to just one song per Beatles album, George Harrison had a reservoir of material stored up. The floodgates were released on this 3 LP offering. Spiritual, personal, and well-crafted melodies make this an excellent use of that much vinyl. Admittedly, the Apple Jam is a little bit much, but almost all of the rest range from listenable to sublime. This 30th anniversary remastered edition IS the definitive version for CD. If you thought The Beatles only had two world-class songwriters, these CDs will change your mind. For all Beatles fans as well as all music fans. All Things may indeed pass, but the glory of this monumental offering will fade as slowly as the images on Mount Rushmore.Read full review...

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Great re-mastering by GH! The extra tracks are superb!

Loved the album since it came out. I knew if Harrison (and his 2nd son, Dani) were involved in re-mastering it, it would be fabulous. The extra tracks, recorded years later, were actually better in many ways than some the originals, which were dominated by the insane Phil Spector's "L.A. Wall of Sound". Hearing GH tell an audience, "This is called..." and then play it acoustically with just the backup he later felt was right (decades later) is great. I love this even more than the original. His own dad, the bus driver who took Paul (McC.) and him to school, certainly steered him in the right direction. He became a true giant, from his music to getting Monty Python's movies started. (A long-time fan, as he put it himself, "I just told my business manager, put up the money. Whatever they need.") For a deep perspective of the human being he was, go to YouTube and see McCartney talking to a BBC TV film crew just after he died ("he was so brave, so strong...we were in grade school together...he was like my baby brother [they were a year apart and Lennon almost didn't let him audition for The Quarrymen because he was only 14 -- though he taught P.Mc. how to play the guitar -- but Paul's parents had a place for them to rehearse]...gave me the strength to cope with his inevitable passing." Yes, all things must pass -- except the music and messages we keep alive. With this album, George Harrison doesn't really pass either -- just his corporeal self in this limited, flawed world. "Daylight is good at arriving at the right time/the cloudburst doesn't last all day."

It was great when I was 12, and it's even better now that I'm in the throws of my mid-life crisis...which will pass.

Thanks George.
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George's essential recording

Few people will disagree that this is George Harrison's best post-Beatles work, and that's my opinion, too. Mostly written during the years preceding the breakup, All Things Must Pass is a grand statement that manages to avoid the preachiness that came later. Lavishly, but not overly produced by Phil Spector, it still sounds great. Bob Dylan fans should be aware that If Not For You and I'd Have You Anytime (the latter is co-written by Dylan and Harrison)are among the highlights. And, of course, the notorious My Sweet Lord, accidentaly plagiarized or not, it's a signature song. This remastered edition includes a handful of new tracks that don't really improve the package, but are still nice to have. You can use the instrumental version of What Is Life for your own karaoke! Seriously, though, any Beatles fan should have this in their collection. George made plenty of recordings after this one, some of which are pretty good, some not, but none as definitive. Essential.Read full review...

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All Things Must Pass, Remaster by George Harrison

Purchased this after just watching the "Concert for George" and actually the groups on the DVD that play George's tunes sound better than he does, but love the music & the words of the songs (great songwriter!), sad that some of the lyrics still apply today, so many years later (ex: Isn't it a Pity). On the 2nd Disk the last 3 tracks of jamming is worth the price of the CD!!! It totally rocks, I'll probably wear out the CD just replaying those tracks!Read full review...

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perfect

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nice negotiation. thanks

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Some Things Must Pass- This album will transcend

This purchase served to replace the loss of this amazing collection of music that occurred when I discarded my LP turntable. George Harrison was every bit the genius of any Beatle. Originally a three record set, this two CD edition actually has bonus tracks that only serve to enhance the original. After a quarter century, I am enjoying rediscovering these gem-quality songs that inspire, comfort, challenge and entertain. Thanks George.Read full review...

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Fantastic product and a bargain for the money.

Excellent re-master. I highly recommend this product. The packaging is as good as the original and yet the graphics have been changed to update the look. The music stands the test of time and shows just how great George Harrison was as a songsmith. Every song of this collection is a gem and shows that George was a great guitar player as well as a great singer.Read full review...

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