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George Harrison - The Making Of "All Things Must Pass" album download
Performer: George Harrison
Title: The Making Of "All Things Must Pass"
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Classic Rock
Released: 1997
MP3 album szie: 1458 mb
FLAC album size: 1281 mb

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The genesis of All Things Must Pass began when George visited America in November 1968 and established his long-lasting friendship with Bob Dylan, while staying in Woodstock. It coincided with a time when George’s songwriting output was on the rise, and becoming increasingly self-assured, and not just for The Beatles. Related Topics:Album By Album All Things Must Pass Behind The Albums George Harrison George Harrison: Behind The Albums On This Day Rock.

Throughout All Things Must Pass, George acts as moral witness and proselytizer for a way of life. When he sings lines like You’ve been polluted so long, or not too many people can see we’re all the same, these lines, like those of While My Guitar Gently Weeps, and Piggies, carry an air of sanctimoniousness and moral superiority which is offensive. Remarkably, he vindicates these lapses. Obeying the form of Sgt.

All Things Must Pass is a triple album by George Harrison recorded and released after the break-up of The Beatles. The first triple album by a solo artiste, the original vinyl release featured two records of rock songs, while the third, entitled "Apple Jam", was composed of informal jams led by Harrison with musician friends and other famous musicians. It was eventually certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA.

That youngster turned out to be Dhani Harrison, George’s son, who, at 25, is and was the spitting image of his father. The love felt for Harrison’s music and spirit were palpable, even through a television screen and stereo speakers. It is no coincidence that most of the songs in the concert, specifically the closers, were taken from All Things Must Pass. I realize I still haven’t really talked about the mega album that was All Things Must Pass, so I suppose I should. Most of the songs are ones that Harrison was not able to squeeze onto a Beatles album thanks to the stifling presence of the dual songwriting team of Lennon and McCartney.

All Things Must Pass. Released November 27, 1970. All Things Must Pass Tracklist. 1. I'd Have You Anytime Lyrics. Often named among the best or the best Beatles‘ solo album, All Things Must Pass, Harrison’s third overall album and first serious studio LP, was an enormous commercial and critical success, complete with hit singles, including chart-topper My Sweet Lord. The enormous triple disc set consists mostly of songs Harrison wrote while with the Fab Four, and the songwriting is consistently high across the first two discs (the third being instrumental guitar work titled Apple Jam ).

All Things Must Pass- The song starts out with some slow piano chords and George comes in with some inspired vocals. The lyrics of this song are reminiscient of Here Comes the Sun and Let it Be. They say that time heals everything, and that things will change over time. This isn't quite as good as either of those, but still an amazing song. I Dig Love- Kind of a filler, with silly lyrics, but it also shows that all George wants in this world is more love and for people to get along better. This song does have an awesome but really short slide solo.

Tracklist

1-1 What Is Life
1-2 What Is Life
1-3 Beware Of Darkness
1-4 Beware Of Darkness
1-5 Beware Of Darkness
1-6 Let It Down
1-7 Let It Down
1-8 Let It Down
1-9 Apple Scruffs
1-10 Apple Scruffs
1-11 Apple Scruffs
2-1 Hear Me Lord
2-2 Awaiting On You All
2-3 Awaiting On You All
2-4 Run Off The Mill
2-5 Run Off The Mill
2-6 Art Of Dying
2-7 Art Of Dying
2-8 Apple Scruffs
2-9 Apple Scruffs
2-10 Momma You Been On My Mind
2-11 Apple Scruffs
3-1 What Is Life
3-2 Beware Of Darkness
3-3 Hear Me Lord
3-4 Let It Down
3-5 Awaiting On You All
3-6 Run Off The Mill
3-7 Art Of Dying
3-8 You
3-9 Apple Scruffs
3-10 Apple Scruffs
3-11 Apple Scruffs
3-12 Apple Scruffs
Bonus Tracks
3-13 It Don't Come Easy - alternate 1
3-14 It Don't Come Easy - alternate 2
3-15 Goodnight Vienna - alternate

Credits

  • Arranged By – John Barham
  • Bass Guitar – Carl Radle, Klaus Voormann
  • Drums – Alan White, Jim Gordon, Ringo Star*
  • Guitar – Dave Mason, Eric Clapton, George Harrison
  • Keyboards – Billy Preston, Bobby Whitlock, Gary Brooker, Gary Wright, Leon Russell
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Pete Drake
  • Percussion – Badfinger, Ringo Star*
  • Rhythm Guitar – Badfinger
  • Saxophone – Bobby Keys
  • Trumpet – Jim Price
  • Written-By – Bob Dylan (tracks: 2-10), George Harrison (tracks: 1-1 to 2-9, 2-11 to 3-12)

Notes

This title was originally released by Midnight Beat. The original Midnight Beat version comes in a box, with a booklet and an insert card that has the set's serial number (reproduced below). The Repro-Man version came packaged in a thick jewel case. The Repro-Man version also had three bonus tracks by Ringo Starr. These bonus tracks were also released by Midnight Beat, but as an apple-shaped CD single ("It Don't Come Easy" - MB CDM 001)