George Harrison’s 1970 album, All Things Must Pass, is being re-released 40 years on

George Harrison’s 1970 album, All Things Must Pass, is being re-released 40 years on

George Harrison's 1970 album, All Things Must Pass, is being re-released 40 years on

George Harrison's 1970 album, All Things Must Pass, is being re-released 40 years on

Beatle George Harrison’s 1970 debut record album, All Things Must Pass, is being re-released as a limited edition, numbered vinyl record set in the same three-LP box with its black-and-white photography and poster.

The record album has been digitally re-mastered at the Beatles’ Abbey Road Studios in London, all re-created from the original analog master-tapes the songs were recorded on.

George Harrison’s album will be available from all participating Record Store Day music retailers across the United States and the album will also be available for online purchase in audiophile-quality (96Khz/24 bit) digital format exclusively from www.georgeharrison.com after November 27th.

Originally released on November 27, 1970, All Things Must Pass is acknowledged as one of George Harrison’s finest record albums.  The album was co-produced by Harrison with Phil Spector. It includes the international number-one smash single “My Sweet Lord” and on its b-side “Isn’t It a Pity” plus and the Top-Ten hit “What Is Life.”

All Things Must Pass features range of all-star guest musicians, including Ringo Starr, Billy Preston and Eric Clapton. A third LP, a collection of five informal live studio recordings that Harrison called ‘Apple Jam,’ was added to the double album’s original package and is also in the new 40th Anniversary Edition.

Authored by: Sean McInnes

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