George Harrison<Br>All Things Must Pass

George Harrison
All Things Must Pass

triple box 180gm

  • £84.99
    Unit price per 
Delivery charge calculated at checkout.

Remastered for vinyl from the original analogue stereo master tapes, replicates design and construction of the original release. 180g Heavyweight vinyl. Includes a 6-panel fold-out poster and each LP comes in a printed inner sleeve.

All Things Must Pass, released November 1970, celebrates it's 50th birthday this year. It introduced Harrison's signature slide guitar sound and the spiritual themes present throughout his subsequent solo work. Two LPs of songs and a third disc of informal jams titled Apple Jam. Several commentators interpret Barry Feinstein's album cover photo, showing Harrison surrounded by four garden gnomes, as a statement on his independence from the Beatles.

All Things Must Pass was critically and commercially successful on release, with long stays at number one on charts worldwide. Co-producer Phil Spector employed his Wall of Sound production technique to notable effect; Ben Gerson of Rolling Stone described the sound as "Wagnerian, Brucknerian, the music of mountain tops and vast horizons".

According to Colin Larkin, writing in the 2011 edition of his Encyclopedia of Popular Music, All Things Must Pass is "generally rated" as the best of all the former Beatles' solo albums.

I'd Have You Anytime
My Sweet Lord
Isn't It a Pity
What Is Life
If Not for You
Behind That Locked Door
Let It Down
Run of the Mill

Beware of Darkness
Apple Scruffs
Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
Awaiting On You All
All Things Must Pass
I Dig Love
Art of Dying
Isn't It a Pity
Hear Me Lord

Out of The Blue
It's Johnny's Birthday
Plug Me In
I Remember Jeep
Thanks for the Pepperoni

Apple Records
STCH 639

We Also Recommend