Get George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass Deluxe Vinyl Box Set

All Things Must Pass, George Harrison’s groundbreaking solo album from 1970, is getting the deluxe vinyl reissue. On August 6th, Capitol / UMe will release a 50th anniversary edition of the album, which will be available in various formats such as LP, CD and Blu-ray. Check out a trailer for the re-release below.

All Things Must Pass was produced by Phil Spector and released after the Beatles split up. The new edition was remixed from the original tapes by Paul Hicks, the product was produced by David Zonshine and produced by Harrison’s son Dhani as executive producer.

The Uber Deluxe Edition of the new edition is housed in a specially designed wooden box. The box contains a 96-page scrapbook curated by Olivia Harrison that contains unseen pictures, memorabilia, handwritten text, journal entries, studio notes, and more. There’s also a wooden bookmark made from a felled oak tree at Harrison’s Friar Park, and 1/6 scale replicas of Harrison and the Gnomes featured on the iconic album cover.

A super deluxe version of the release will be presented as an 8xLP box set with 42 previously unreleased demos and outtakes, including recordings of “I’d Have You Anytime”, “If Not for You”, “Nowhere to Go”, and ” I don’t want to do it. ” Hear an outtake from Run of the Mill below.

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George Harrison: All Things Must Pass (50th Anniversary Edition)

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