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  • Interprète: George Harrison
  • Titre: All Things Must Pass
  • Ver. en format MP3: 1221 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 1757 mb
  • Pays: Japan
  • Date de publication: 1971
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • # Catalogue: AP-9016C
  • Label: Apple Records
  • Classement: 4.1 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass à Télécharger Gratuitement


2I'd Have You Anytime
3Thanks For The Pepperoni
4Let It Down
5Art Of Dying
6Isn't It A Pity (Version One)
7Out Of The Blue
8Plug Me In
9Hear Me Lord
10It's Johnny's Birthday
11Beware Of Darkness
12I Dig Love
13All Things Must Pass
14Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
15Behind That Locked Door
16My Sweet Lord
17I Remember Jeep
18Awaiting On You All
19What Is Life
20If Not For You
21Run Of The Mill
22Isn't It A Pity (Version Two)
23Apple Scruffs


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STCH 639George Harrison All Things Must Pass ‎(3xLP, Album + Box)Apple RecordsSTCH 639UK1970
4XW 663, 4XW-663, 4XW 664, 4XW-664, 8XW 664George Harrison All Things Must Pass ‎(2xCass, Album)Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records4XW 663, 4XW-663, 4XW 664, 4XW-664, 8XW 664US1970
8X-STCH 639/2George Harrison All Things Must Pass ‎(2x8-Trk, Album)Apple Records8X-STCH 639/2UK1970
1 C 192-04 707George Harrison All Things Must Pass 3 LP Box ‎(12", Ltd)Apple Records1 C 192-04 707Germany1970
3791400George Harrison All Things Must Pass ‎(2xCD, Album, RM, Tri)Apple Records3791400US2014


  • Arranged By [Orchestral]John Barham
  • Backing VocalsGeorge O'Hara-Smith Singers
  • BassCarl Radle, Klaus Voormann
  • Drums, PercussionAlan White, Jim Gordon, Ringo Starr
  • EngineerKen Scott, Phil McDonald
  • FeaturingBadfinger
  • GuitarDave Mason, Eric Clapton, George Harrison
  • KeyboardsBilly Preston, Bobby Whitlock, Gary Brooker, Gary Wright
  • Pedal Steel GuitarPete Drake
  • ProducerGeorge Harrison, Phil Spector
  • Rhythm Guitar, PercussionBadfinger
  • TambourineMal Evans
  • Tenor SaxophoneBobby Keys
  • TrumpetJim Price
  • Written-ByDylan (tracks: A1, B2), Harrison (tracks: A1), George Harrison (tracks: A2 to B1, B3 to F2)


Released with 3 different inner sleeves and an insert with information in Japanese and English.
Price stated on obi = ¥ 5,000.


  • Other (Cat.Nr. disc 1): AP-9016C
  • Other (Cat.Nr. disc 2): AP-9017
  • Other (Cat.Nr. disc 3): AP-9018
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Price Code: ¥5,000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, stamped): YEX 817 1S 1 〄 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, stamped): YEX 818 1S 4 〄
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3, stamped): YEX 819 1S 1 〄
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4, stamped): YEX 820 1S 1 〄
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 5, stamped): YEX 821 2S 2 〄 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 6, stamped): YEX 822 1S 2 〄


  • Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.



All Things Must Pass is the third studio album by English rock musician George Harrison. Released as a triple album in November 1970, it was Harrison's first solo work after the break-up of the Beatles in April that year. It includes the hit singles My Sweet Lord and What Is Life, as well as songs such as Isn't It a Pity and the title track that had been overlooked for inclusion on releases by the Beatles. The album reflects the influence of Harrison's musical activities with artists such as Bob. All Things Must Pass was released by Apple Records in November 1970. Co-produced by Harrison and Phil Spector, many musicians contributed to the album, including Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, Pete Drake, Gary Wright, Klaus Voormann, members of Badfinger, players from Delaney and Bonnie band, and John Barham. The triple-LP topped charts around the world and earned universal acclaim as a rock masterpiece. George became the first Beatle to have a solo number one single in both the UK and America with the albums lead single, My Sweet Lord, which introduced his signature slide guitar. YouTube decided to block this video. So, some songs are gonna removed. What Is Life and Let It Down are DELETED 00:00:00 I'd Have You Anytime 00:03: album. All Things Must Pass. George Harrison. George Harrison - I'd Have You Anytime. George Harrison - My Sweet Lord. George Harrison - Wah-Wah. George Harrison - Isn't It A Pity. George Harrison - What Is Life. George Harrison - If Not For You. George Harrison - All Things Must Pass. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1970 Vinyl от All Things Must Pass на Things Must Pass is a triple album by English musician George Harrison. Released in November 1970, it includes the hit singles My Sweet Lord and What Is Life, as well as songs such as Isn't It a Pity and the title track that were turned down by Harrison's former band, the Beatles. The album reflects the influence of his musical activities outside the Beatles during 196870 with Bob Dylan, the Band, Delaney & Bonnie, Billy Preston and others and Harrison's growth as an artist beyond his supporting role to former bandmates John Lenno. Rock 1970. 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. 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 Georges songwriting output was on the rise, and becoming increasingly self-assured, and not just for The Beatles. Georges involvement with Billy Preston and Doris Troy who had both been signed to Apple records in 1969, as well his joining Delaney and Bonnie on tour a tour that included Eric Clapton, Leon Russell, Dave Mason, Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon all began to influence Georges songwriting, with elements of gospel and the kind of music that we. Ищете треки из альбома All Things Must Pass исполнителя George Harrison Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Throughout All Things Must Pass, George acts as moral witness and proselytizer for a way of life. When he sings lines like Youve been polluted so long, or not too many people can see were 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. As Leon Russell noted in a recent interview But in India a religion, and the restrictions are known by everybody and they know what their participation is and its just like a way of life. George is fully aware of this phenomenon. All Things Must Pass is his effort to dedicate his music to it

Commentaires (7)

Couple things I found about the packaging when comparing to the US and UK editions -- the box is slightly larger (maybe about 1/3 inch length and width). The binding that holds the box together appears to be thicker material and is much stronger. Most US copies I see have a binding that has split, but I could see this one lasting a long time.
I just bought a US 1970 ATMP, The media is in beautiful condition NM, unfortunately the box binding is on its last legs, highly annoying, the design of the binding means that when you open the the lid flat on a table, it puts a strain on the binding lifting the bottom of the box set up...I think I may tape the inside with gaffer tape
An update after my second trip to Tokyo, almost two years later: I was again surprised to find this box offered in much worse condition than my 2014 near mint find for almost three times the price (close to Y 10,000). What I wrote about prices being all over the map for this still holds true.
If you're living in Japan it pays to hunt and be patient. Prices continue to vary widely. After a few months of actively looking I finally got this edition for just ¥3,600 in decent condition (no obi, box a bit stained, but all inserts and poster clean & intact and red vinyl in great shape) late last year at a branch of Disk Union.
Audio quality-wise, this ranks up there with the UK pressing as one of the best sounding vinyl versions available (some however give the nod to the German version). Prices for the Japanese first issue are surprisingly all over the map but this may be attributed to the steep fall in valuation early Japanese pressings experienced since more and more started becoming available on eBay from 2000 onwards (compare the prices first given in Jason Anjoorian's price guide in the 90's to the 'peanut' prices achieved today). It's not much different in Japan as well. I was shocked to find a red first pressing in great condition (the gold spine alone was a sight to behold and made me desire it immediately before I even understood that it was a red original) offered at disk union in Tokyo for less than the price of postage to Europe. Meanwhile, UK pressings of ATMP were offered for 10 times as much and more.Also came with the poster (with 'AP-9016C' text in lower left-hand corner). The Obi of the first edition was green with the apple on top wider than its borders. This type of Obi was used for Apple releases between 1969 and 1972. I have a suspicion that the first pressing came in red PVC only. In order to confirm this, it would help to know how to distinguish the first pressings from the later ones. I found one old auction post on popsike showing such a first edition Obi version with what to me looks like black vinyl discs but the text mentions "red vinyl" - so, this maybe due to the lighting presenting a red wax LP as a black one.Second editions came with a "Beatles Forever" obi, as wide as the apple, and came on black vinyl only. "This style Obi came into use in late 1972(?) to promote all Beatles releases then currently on the Apple label. It is a wide Obi characterized by the Apple logo at the top, the words "The Beatles Forever" at the bottom, and has a dark green background.On 1st October 1973, Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd. was changed its name to Toshiba EMI Ltd.So, there were two kind of Obis --the "Toshiba Musical..." version and the "Toshiba EMI..." version. [source: yokono.co.uk]" Matrix #'s & markings of my AP-9016C red vinyl copy:Disc 1:YEX - 817 1 S (very faint: 1 1 B 1 J (upside down?)YEX - 818 1 S (very faint: 9)Disc 2:YEX - 819 1 S (very faint: 10 1 B)YEX - 820 1 S (very faint: 8)Disc 3: YEX - 821 2 S (very faint: 1 B) YEX - 822 1 S (very faint: 7)
It has to be evaluated on a case by case basis. Of course, only a hardcore minority will get multiple versions of the same release and compare them. That is also why comments here on discogs and on forums, such as the Steve Hoffman forum are so important. Although, in many cases people seem to hear the exact opposite of what others have perceived, which still encourages those committed (and flush) enough to do their own research.
Rolling Flipper
In general: Japanse pressings are extraordinary, however in cases they mess with the mastering the sound is lacking in the lows and quite often lifted in the highs.This made more and more people go for other mastering and pressings from the US, UK, NL, DE etcetera. The best of both worlds: Japanese pressings and original mastering.

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