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  • Published: Hollywood, Calif. : Capitol, p2001.
  • Year Published: 2001
  • Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD

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  • 724353125424

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All things must pass

by Harrison, George, 1943-2001-

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Call number: CD Rock Harrison All 2001

Available Copies: Malletts Adult

Additional Details

Compact discs.

Lyrics in booklet.

Most songs previously released in 1970.

I'd have you anytime -- My sweet Lord -- Wah-wah -- Isn't it a pity (version 1) -- What is life? -- If not for you -- Behind that locked door -- Let it dow -- Run of the mill -- I live for you -- Beware of darkness [demo] -- Let it down [demo] -- What is life [instrumental] -- My sweet Lord (2000) -- 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 (version 2) -- Hear me Lord -- It's Johnny's birthday [a.k.a. Congratulations] -- Plug me in -- I remember Jeep -- Thanks for the pepperoni -- Out of the blue.

George Harrison, guitar, vocals ; with additional musicians.

Community Reviews

Maybe The Best Record Ever

George Harrison surprised everyone. Everyone wondered "Which Beatle would get the first post-breakup hit, Paul or John?" No one suspected it'd be George with "My Sweet Lord" off of this gigantic album. And I mean gigantic in every sense of the word. Produced by Phil Spector, this features his fat Wall of Sound including lots of acoustic guitars and a gospel choir. All of George's friends are here, including Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Badfinger, and plenty more. And this was three LPs long (though the third LP was just jamming.) But the songs here are moving, personal, and frank. George decides for his first record to, for the most part, abandon double-tracking his vocals, lending a more personal sound, a frailty to his voice. The styles include, blues, singer-songwriter, country, gospel, soul, and rock 'n roll.

The bonus tracks here are okay. "I Live For You," a song left off of the record but from the same sessions, is an amazing song. It also has his 2000 version of "My Sweet Lord," which he did just to play a better solo, and the demo version of "Let It Down" with some Spanish guitar overdubs. Two more, alternate instrumental tracks to some of the songs, are interesting maybe once, but more the most part just make you want to hear the real thing.

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