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All Things Must Pass (50th Anniversary - Deluxe)

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On 1 May 1970, shortly before beginning work on All Things Must Pass, Harrison attended a Dylan session in New York, [78] during which he acquired a new song of Dylan's, " If Not for You". [59] Harrison wrote " Apple Scruffs", which was one of a number of Dylan-influenced songs on the album, [79] towards the end of production on All Things Must Pass, as a tribute to the diehard fans who had kept a vigil outside the studios where he was working. [73] [80] For a while now, 51 years maybe, there’s been talk of de-Spectorising All Things Must Pass, of wiping away the reverb like grime from a golden murti. Phil didn’t make it easy, though: rather than adding effects during mixing, the layers of echo that cloud this motherlode of songs and jams are often baked onto the tapes themselves. Of course the question remains as to whether you need the new 50th Anniversary version of All Things Must Pass for your collection just for this new Stereo mix? That is a question only you can really answer, depending on how much of a fan of the record you are. I for one am proud to include this in my collection side-by-side with the originals so I can compare and contrast them. Greatest Albums of All Time: George Harrison, 'All Things Must Pass'", Rolling Stone (retrieved 12 June 2012). The drums on “Let It Down” are simply huuuge! If you have ever wanted to hear (what I think are probably) Ringo’s Tom Tom fills with Cinemascopic clarity, you’re going to love this version.

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Capitol Canada executives presented Harrison with the platinum award in Toronto in December 1974, shortly before he performed at the city's Maple Leaf Gardens. [271]a b c d Todd L. Burns (host), "Ken Scott: Red Bull Music Academy Lecture (New York)", redbullmusicacademy.com, 2013 (retrieved 14 November 2020). a b c Timothy White, "George Harrison: 'All Things' in Good Time", billboard.com, 8 January 2001 (retrieved 3 June 2014).

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Barry Miles, The Beatles Diary Volume 1: The Beatles Years, Omnibus Press (London, 2001; ISBN 0-7119-8308-9). Some folks on here are saying it's muddy, while many others are saying it's one of the best All Things Must Pass pressings ever.a b Harvey Kubernik, "George Harrison 'All Things Must Pass' 50th Anniversary", Music Connection, 10 November 2020 (retrieved 12 November 2020). a b Nigel Williamson, "All Things Must Pass: George Harrison's post-Beatles solo albums", Uncut, February 2002, p. 60. Adding to this ecological message, during promotion for the reissue, Harrison jokingly suggested that the title for his next studio album, the long-awaited follow-up to Cloud Nine (1987), might be Your Planet Is Doomed – Volume One. [327]

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Bruce Spizer, The Beatles Solo on Apple Records, 498 Productions (New Orleans, LA, 2005; ISBN 0-9662649-5-9). Citing Wright's description that Harrison created a "profoundly peaceful" mood in the studio that complemented the quality of the musicianship, musicologist Thomas MacFarlane likens the atmosphere to the sessions for Harrison's Indian-style recordings for the Beatles, such as " Within You Without You". [48]a b Gary Wright, "When Gary Wright Met George Harrison: Dream Weaver, John and Yoko, and More (Book Excerpt)", The Daily Beast, 29 September 2014 (archived version retrieved 30 October 2020). In his liner notes accompanying the 2001 reissue of All Things Must Pass, however, Harrison gives the date for the run-through as 27 May. [158] [159] British album certifications – George Harrison – All Things Must Pass". British Phonographic Industry. Apple included a poster with the album, showing Harrison in a darkened corridor of his home, standing in front of an iron-framed window. [238] Wilkes had designed a more adventurous poster, but according to Beatles author Bruce Spizer, Harrison was uncomfortable with the imagery. [239] [nb 21] Some of the Feinstein photographs that Wilkes had incorporated into this original poster design appeared instead on the picture sleeves for the "My Sweet Lord" single and its follow-up, "What Is Life". [91] Release [ edit ] Impact [ edit ]

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