All Things Must Pass
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GEORGE HARRISON All Things Must Pass(2014 UK 28-track digitally remastered 2-CD album - Originally released in 1970 this expanded edition includes the Apple Jam recordings featuring Georges version of Congratulations recorded for John Lennons 30th Birthday and more. Housed in the sealed tri-fold card picture sleeve with replica inner sleeves and fold-out poster)
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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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This album is worth buying for the 5 additional bonus tracks alone "beware of dakness etc" done as demos but included as part of the main album.Published 2 days ago by BERT & ERNIE.
George carried a big cross in the early 1970s, initially attempting to emulate the superstardom and songwriting prowess of Lennon and McCartney and show the world what he was made... Read morePublished 6 days ago by J. I. De Beresford
This album deserves 4.5 stars. This is a very good album. Fairplay, George Harrison did succeed in delivering a well rounded triple album, and the songs highlight the best of that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by 70's rock lover!
Look, its been my favourite album for years. This remastered version only ehances the original experience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Prus Dad
Digital version of a number of classic albums which I have on vinyl or cassette tape from my youth. Digital never fades and is so portable which means I can leave the original... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bloomp56
Good. Is always a pleasure to listen Harrison's music again and agianPublished 2 months ago by Silviu
I was totally delighted by All Things Must Pass when it first came out as it was superbly crafted. Bought this so as to revisit some of those fond memories. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ICSH