All Things Must Pass

George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
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1970 Ratings: #20 / 106
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Drawing on his backlog of unused compositions from the late Beatles era, Harrison crafted material that managed the rare feat of conveying spiritual mysticism without sacrificing his gifts for melody and grand, sweeping arrangements.

George is the best Beatle, sorry everyone, but I don’t make up the rules, this is the truth, and this album shows how much talent he had.

First of all, I would like to mention how colossal this how project is, it’s like a hour and half, and some of these songs go on for on for like 8 minutes, I know this make it seems it’s bloated, but not really, I know that’s mainly due to how absolutely amazing these songs sound, seoriusly, the production literally slays me on this ... read more
Prior to this I've never heard a solo project from any member of the Beatles, so I guess the best place to start with that is with my personal favourite Beatle George Harrison and his sophomore album 'All Things Must Pass'. This album is a large undertaking from George Harrison to say the least, clocking in at about an hour and 40 minutes with 23 tracks, but with that amount of time George manages to showcase the talent that he never really got to fully showcase during his tenure with the ... read more
George Harrison is often considered to be one of the most important music figures in the entire history of music. He was apart of the greatest and most successful bands of all time, The Beatles. And he was able to leave an impact on the entire music industry after he went solo. His solo career showcased the one side of George we were never able to see when he was with The Beatles. George was always known to be the quiet one, yet he was the most vocal member in terms of story writing and ... read more
It's funny how time works. Back then, everyone said the Beatles were the greatest band to walk the earth and now and days its common for someone to disagree. The same can be said for John and Paul. The "masterminds" of the Beatles, but now and days George has been building quite the following and here lies one of the most sincere and beautiful things out there. Years of pent up artistry comes out and blissfully none the less. Many people say this is the best Beatle solo work and I ... read more
All Things Must Pass by George Harrison is a triple record of which was one of the first Beatles solo albums and it is mostly consistent, yet slips towards the very end.

The first two discs are so peaceful and joyous with the instrumentals and vocals being heavenly and soothing. It feels like basking out in the sun on a blanket on a nice Sunday morning as you enjoy the sunrise

The first two halves are so incredibly consistent with songs such as the exhuberant “Wah-Wah” is filled ... read more
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Track List

  1. I'd Have You Anytime 
  2. My Sweet Lord
  3. Wah-Wah
  4. Isn't It a Pity (Version 1)
  5. What Is Life
  6. If Not for You
  7. Behind That Locked Door 
  8. Let It Down
  9. Run of the Mill 
  10. Beware of Darkness
  11. Apple Scruffs
  12. Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
  13. Awaiting On You All
  14. All Things Must Pass
  15. I Dig Love
  16. Art of Dying
  17. Isn't It a Pity (Version 2)
  18. Hear Me Lord
  19. Out of the Blue
  20. It's Johnny's Birthday
  21. Plug Me In
  22. I Remember Jeep
  23. Thanks for the Pepperoni
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Added on: March 16, 2013