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George Harrison - All Things Must Pass - 30th Anniversary Edition (CD2)

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Scan submitted/created by [Vadim Legkokonets, beatles_fan@inbox.ru]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Capitol/GnRecords
Reference :CDP 7243 5 30474 2 9
Date :2001
Made In :USA
Quality :Stereo
Booklet & packaging :2 CD set including a specially packaged 20 page booklet with rare photographs, and newly written liner notes by George Harrison.
Total duration: 66:16

Comments
Taken from the liner notes:

It's been thirty years since 'All Thigs Must Pass' was recorded.

I still like the songs on the album and believe they can continue to outlive the style in which they were recorded. It was difficult to resist re-mixing every track.

All these years later I would like to liberate some of the songs from the big production tht seemed appropriate at the time, but now seem a bit over the top with the reverb in the wall of sound.

Still, it was an important album for me and a timely vehichle for all the songs I'd been writing during the last period with The Beatles. I began recording just months after we had all finally decided to go our separate ways and I was looking forward to making the first solo album of 'songs' (as opposed to 'Wonderwall' and 'Electronic Sounds' wich were instrumental).

I was fortunate to be in the right place to have the remnants of the Delaney and Bonnie band. The drum, bass and keyboard players, namely Jim Gordon, Carl Radle and Bobby Whitlick had come to England to hang out with Eric Clapton (fast becoming Derek and the Dominoes). They had just been touring with Delaney & Bonnie as I had been the year before. We even recorded two of the Dominoes songs, 'Roll It Over' and 'Tell the Truth', during the 'All Things Must Pass' sessions wich they re-recorded later. It was really nice to have their support in the studio and helped me a lot.

It goes without saying that it has alway been a pleasure to have my old friend Ringo playing drums, and although he probably can't remember, he didi play on a good fifty or sixty percent of the album along with Klaus on bass, Billy Preston on piano and a few new friends I was in the process of making: Gary Wright and Gary Brooker.

Some of the sessions were very long in the preparation of the sound and the arrangements had at times various percussion players, sometimes two or three; two drummers, four or five acoustic guitarsm two pianos and even two basses on one of the tracks. The songs were played over and over again until the arrangements were sorted out so taht the engineer in the control room could get the sound with Phil Spector. Many of the tracks were virtually live.

A lot of people new to me came into the sessions, I know not how; the most famous being Phil Collins. During one such session, Phil was allegedly playing congas on 'The Art Of Dying', and although it's taken me thirty years I would like to thank him for his participation.

Above all, I would like to acknowledge my old friend Eric Clapton, who played many memorable guitar parts on the album. At that time we weren't 'allowed' by our record companies to acknowledge our presence on each other's albums so he hasn't had a credit for thirty years.

I still see a number of the musicians and friends who helped me with the album... some more often than others. 'Some are dead and some are living', but after thirty years of life's lessons I'm greateful to have had three dacedes of friendship with them.

Rest in Peace Mall Evans, Carl Radle, Pete Drake, Pete Ham, Tom Evans and two of the O'Hara-Smith singers, Betty and Cyril.

I thought we'd have a bit of fun with the package. If you haven't already noticed, our planet has been concreted over at an alarming rate and let's hope in another thirty years we don't have to add Planet Earth to the RIP's. Than you Barry Feinstein for being so generous and cooperative with the original photographs, qualities not to be taken for granted today. Also thanks to David Costa and Wherefore Art? who produced the new designs.

Last but certainly not least, teh amazing Mr. Phil Spector, who produced so many fantastic records in the sixties. He helped me so much to get this record made. In his company I came to realize the true value of the Hare Krishna Mantra. God bless you Phil.

George Harrison




Produced by George Harrison and Phil Spector

The following musicians contributed to this album:

Drums and Percussion: Ringo Starr, Jim Gordon, Alan White
Bass Guitar: Klaus Voorman, Carl Radle
Keyboards: Gary Wright, Bobby Whitlock, Billy Preston, Gary Brooker
Pedal Steel Guitar: Pete Drake
Guitar: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, dave Mason
Tenor Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet: Jim Price
Rhythm Guitars & Percussion: The Badfinger
Fender Rhodes & Backing Vocals on I Live For You* and Acoustic Guitar on My Sweet Lord (2000)*: Dhani Harrison
Tambourine on My Sweet Lord (2000): Sam Brown
(Sam Brown appears courtesy of Mudhut Records)

Mal Evans: Tea, Sympathy and tambourine
And introducing the George O'Hara-Smith Singers

Orchestral arrangements by John Barham

Originally Egineered by Ken Scott and Phillip McDonald with thanks to Eddie Klein
Engineered in 2000 by Ken Scott
Remastered by Jon Astley

Redesign and Art Direction: Sian Rance & David Costa for Wherefore Art?
Original Photography: Barry Feinstein

www.allthingsmustpass.com

*Additional Tracks for the new issue of the album



Copyright:
All lyrics 1970 for world by Harrisongs Ltd.

All titles published by Harrisongs Ltd. except:
It's Johnny's Birthday by Al Galico Music

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Beware Of Darkness(Harrison)
03:52
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
2.
Apple Scruffs(Harrison)
03:09
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
3.
The Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)(Harrison)
03:52
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
4.
Awaiting On You All(Harrison)
02:50
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
5.
All Things Must Pass(Harrison)
03:47
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
6.
I Dig Love(Harrison)
05:00
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
7.
The Art Of Dying(Harrison)
03:43
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
8.
Isn't It A Pity(Harrison)
04:51
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
2nd version
9.
Hear Me Lord(Harrison)
06:00
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
10.
It's Johnny's Birthday(Harrison/Martin/Coulter)
00:49
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
Based on 'Congratulations' by Martin and Coulter.

George Harrison/Mal Evans/Eddie Klein
11.
Plug Me In(Harrison)
03:19
Song
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
Jim Gordon/Carl Radle/Bobby Whitlock/Eric Clapton/Dave Mason/George Harrison
12.
I Remember Jeep(Harrison)
08:09
Song
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
Ginger Baker/Klaus Voorman/Billy Preston/Eric Clapton/George Harrison
13.
Thanks For The Pepperoni(Harrison)
05:32
Song
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
Jim Gordon/Carl Radle/Bobby Whitlock/Eric Clapton/Dave Mason/George Harrison
14.
Out Of The Blue(Harrison)
11:16
Song
Regular
(date unknown)
George Harrison
Jim Gordon/Carl Radle/Bobby Whitlock/Eric Clapton/Gary Wright/George Harrison/Jim Price/Bobby Keys/Al Aronowitz
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: robobOn 01 Jan 2003 at 18:01 CEST
THE BEST SOLO EFFORT BY GEORGE. THE BONUS TRACKS ARE COOL. I WOULD OF LIKED TO SEEN A WHOLE DISC OF BONUS TRACKS CONSIDERING THE WEALTH OF UN-RELEASED MATERIAL.
Review by: Sneaky PeteOn 08 Jan 2003 at 15:49 CEST
If you chop off the Apple Jams, this is truly the 2nd best Fabs gone solo meisterwerk (behind "Plastic Ono Band"). What an album, what a man! RIP & Hare Krishna George
Review by: Dan RyanOn 20 Jun 2003 at 17:20 CEST
It sounds much better, but it still has too much reverb and Phil Spector production for my personal taste. Phil was great for his early 60's productions, but not for the Beatles.
Review by: fillapillowgOn 23 Jan 2009 at 05:55 CEST
What a treat for all Harrison fans and folks who kept their original vinyl box sets. Very different sounding for me since the vinyl version is so burned into my mind, the new mix is drastically fresh sounding like night and day.
The bonus tracks could have/should have been expanded to a third disc but I can't complain. My copy shockingly had no booklet in it whatsoever. May have been some sort of error in the factory. Tried emailing to the company - got no response. Did it have a small version of the original cover in it? Is there a site that has all the pages scanned? Would help a lot. Also one last thing to bicker about: my copy has another defect during the 'My Sweet Lord' remake and skips eternally. What a lemon.


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Filename: atmpv2_2
Originally filled by: Vitor Ribeiro Suman, v.suman@ig.com.br
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: tilleul
Last Revision Date : 25 Mar 2002 00:29:03
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Official CD
All Things Must Pass -30th Annyversary Edition
ALL THINGS MUST PASS - 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (CD1)
ALL THINGS MUST PASS - 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (CD2)


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