All things must pass, George Harrison’s remarkable 1970 solo album, received the luxurious treatment of vinyl reissues. On August 6, Capitol / UMe will release the 50th anniversary release of the album, which will be available in various formats, such as LP, CD and Blu-ray. Watch the trailer for the reissue below.
All things must pass was produced by Phil Spector and released after the breakup of the Beatles. The new release is remixed from the original Paul Hicks tapes, a product produced by David Sunshine and executive producer of Harrison Danny’s son.
The Uber Deluxe edition of the reissue is housed in a specially designed wooden crate. The box includes a 96-page album prepared by Olivia Harrison, which includes unseen images, souvenirs, manuscripts, diary entries, studio notes, and more. There̵
The Super Deluxe version of the release will be presented as a box set 8xLP, including 42 previously unreleased demonstrations and outings, such as recordings of “I’ll have you anytime”, “If not for you”, “Nowhere to go” and “No I want to do it. ”Listen to the Run of the Mill output below.
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