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All Things Must Pass Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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This was a surprise! Back in 1970 with the break-up of The Beatles, all focus was naturally on the main songwriters/singers, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, to see what they would do next. However, it was George that hit the ground running with All Things Must Pass. That it turned out to be the very first triple album ever released was even more surprising to many, given how few tracks he ... Read more in Amazon's George Harrison Store

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  • Audio CD (29 Jan. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Parlophone/EMI
  • ASIN: B00005214X
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,631 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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All Things Must Pass was George Harrison's first release following the acrimonious falling apart of the Beatles. Co-produced by the unhinged genius that was Phil Spector, it features his biggest solo hit in the "He's So Fine"- soundalike, "My Sweet Lord". Alongside a laid-back strum through Bob Dylan's "If Not For You", this remastered 2CD set also has the gentle "Isn't It A Pity" and "What is Life" - songs that show a writer enjoying true creative freedom for the first time and exploring his growing devotion to Krishna, outside of Lennon and McCartney's shadow. Ably supported by celebrity mates like Eric Clapton and the redoubtable Ringo Starr, All Things Must Pass is the sound of Harrison breathing out for the first time in 10 years. Moreover, it's conclusive proof that the Beatles were blessed with not just two, but three truly great songwriters.

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All Things Must Pass was George Harrison's first release following the acrimonious falling apart of the Beatles. Co-produced by the unhinged genius that was Phil Spector, it features his biggest solo hit in the "He's So Fine"-soundalike, "My Sweet Lord". Alongside a laid-back strum through Bob Dylan's "If Not For You", this remastered two-CD set also has the gentle "Isn't It A Pity" and "What is Life"--songs that show a writer enjoying true creative freedom for the first time and exploring his growing devotion to Krishna, outside of Lennon and McCartney's shadow. Ably supported by celebrity mates like Eric Clapton and the redoubtable Ringo Starr, All Things Must Pass is the sound of Harrison breathing out for the first time in 10 years. Moreover, it's conclusive proof that the Beatles were blessed with not just two, but three truly great songwriters. --Billie Swift

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Millar on 14 Feb. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Almost 40 years after its release, All Things Must Pass remains an excellent, uplifting album of great music. There's really nothing else to say.

However, it's worth adding that this edition is worth buying even if you have the original CD issue, which didn't have any bonus tracks. The sound on the new CDs is much cleaner, but George says in the liner notes that he resisted the temptation to remix the songs. Whatever has been done, the album sounds better than ever.

The new package is good, too, although in the CD age you don't get the large poster which adorned so many student rooms in the seventies.

There are five bonus tracks, of which the pick are 'I Live for You', which could have fitted on the album, and the remake of 'My Sweet Lord', featuring Sam Brown. I like it better than the studio original, although for me the best version of the song is on the Concert for Bangladesh.

A classic.
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100 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Touring Mars VINE VOICE on 11 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Most of the material that appears on this album was written by George Harrison whilst The Beatles were still together, but was recorded after their demise, at a time where George found himself uniquely placed to express himself to the utmost, and boy did he do it brilliantly.
With the production skills of the legendary Phil Spector and the likes of Eric Clapton (and even a very young Phil Collins) on hand to lend expert assistance, this album could have ranked alongside the multitude of other worthy albums of the time... however, what set this particular album apart from the rest is the sheer quantity and variety of tracks that George had accumulated over the years, and unleashed in one epic volume which rivals even the best Beatles albums.
This remastered and extended anniversary edition of the album is a much needed and welcome update of a bona fide classic release and is far better than the previous incarnation on CD. The extra tracks are not particularly 'essential', especially the new version of 'My Sweet Lord', which was probably better left alone, and like the original, the 'jam session' tracks are still very much extraneous and pretty pointless. This would count against the album if it wasn't for the fact that the album stands as a monumental achievement without them, and contains multiple tracks that are infinitely listenable. Ranging from the raging rock of the 'Derek and the Dominoes-esque' "Wah-Wah" to the plaintive "Let It Roll" and the amazing "Beware of Darkness", it is hard to fault throughout.
I strongly recommend to anyone whose opinion of George Harrison's solo recordings is based entirely upon 'My Sweet Lord' or even the 'Cloud Nine' album to have a listen to this album and be prepared to be impressed.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
After the turmoil of the break up of the Beatles (most audible in Let It Be) comes the peaceful happiness of ATMP, in my opinion the finest solo Beatles album. There is a sigh of resignation & also a feeling of relief and release audible on this album, that it is now George by himself and what you get is what you hear.
From the subdued I'd Have You Anytime with its smooth slide guitar the album contains some lush production from Phil Spector (proof that he could have become an apt producer for the Beatles under the right circumstances). After the commercial My Sweet Lord comes George's very own Hey Jude, Isn't It A Pity. Surely about the break-up of his previous group the strings almost become an audible picture of the tears that must have been shed in those harrowing days.
The album is all light and shade; after Isn't It A pity comes the crashing Wah Wah. There are the heavier moments like Let It Roll & Awaiting On You All (the latter containing some very clever lyrics) but these are always followed by the gentler George moments such as the gorgeous Behind That Locked Door and Beware Of Darkness. George's vocal performances cannot go without mention. He sings beautifully and there are some very clever harmonies on tracks such as My Sweet Lord, Apple Scruffs and Hear Me Lord (this last track could be George's Let It Be).
All Things Must Pass shows George free from tensions and pressures. It's George being himself and at last sounding like himself. On ATMP he has almost found peace.
Play late at night with orange incense burning, sit back and enjoy those diminished chords, great harmonies and the lush spot-on production.
Play immediately after Let It Be and you will never regret the Beatles' break-up again.
Can't wait for the re-issue!
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
In 1970, after the break-up of the Beatles, George Harrison released an unprecedented three album collection. This contains all the songs that were not used by the Beatles and represents not just Harrisons' own great songwriting skills but the collective talents of many others; such as Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Jim Gordon, Klaus Voorman, Billy Preston, Dave Mason, Badfinger and legendary producer Phil Spector who had a great time managing this project. This collection contains 23 original and unique, varied-styled songs along with five great bonus tracks. Standing out among these 'additional tracks' are the demo/instrumentals of "My Sweet Lord" and the great "What Is Life" (a song Harrison refers to as "novelty", but one that contains a magic mood that begs re-listening). The double CD set rounds off with five jam sessions with all the above mentioned artists. The entire repetoire carries forth a mood of tranquility, excitement, moodiness and a solemn atmosphere that transcends most Beatles songs. It is pure George Harrison and perhaps his best piece of work. Not being a 'jewel box' this package may collapse after a few years, as it is boxed exactly like the original three albums were...only smaller. God bless George and Phil for lasting this long to remind us what great music is all about.
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