28 Songs, 2 Hours 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a mystical power between every echoing line of All Things Must Pass, the most brilliant solo album from any former Beatle. Often dubbed "The Quiet One” in his iconic quartet, Harrison had a lot to say on this cathartic 1970 solo release, a triple-length opus that crystallizes his profound musical and spiritual journey with radiant songcraft, sky-scraping arrangements, and superb musicianship. Alternatively moving (“My Sweet Lord”), exhilarating (“Wah-Wah”), and meditative (“Isn’t It a Pity”), the soulful genius of Harrison’s masterpiece becomes more radiant with each successive listen.

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a mystical power between every echoing line of All Things Must Pass, the most brilliant solo album from any former Beatle. Often dubbed "The Quiet One” in his iconic quartet, Harrison had a lot to say on this cathartic 1970 solo release, a triple-length opus that crystallizes his profound musical and spiritual journey with radiant songcraft, sky-scraping arrangements, and superb musicianship. Alternatively moving (“My Sweet Lord”), exhilarating (“Wah-Wah”), and meditative (“Isn’t It a Pity”), the soulful genius of Harrison’s masterpiece becomes more radiant with each successive listen.

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