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George Harrison 'All Things Must Pass' 50th Anniversary Box Set Announced

Thursday, 10 June 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Barry Feinstein

A new George Harrison box set will be released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of 'All Things Must Pass'.

A remixed and expanded edition of the late Beatles legend's acclaimed 1970 solo album will arrive on August 6 via Capitol/UMe.

Co-produced by Harrison alongside Phil Spector, and released in the wake of the Beatles' split, 'All Things Must Pass' marked the first triple studio album, boasting 23 tracks. In the liner notes for the 2001 30th anniversary remaster, Harrison wrote:

"I still like the songs on the album and believe they can continue to outlive the style in which they were recorded,” adding, however, "it was difficult to resist re-mixing every track. All these years later I would like to liberate some of the songs from the big production that seemed appropriate at the time."

This time around, the songs have been completely remixed from the master tapes — fulfilling Harrison's longtime desire — by Paul Hicks, produced by David Zonshine, and executive produced by Harrison’s son Dhani.

The collection will be available in various formats, including an uber-deluxe edition, which comprises the album across eight LPs and five CDs, plus one Blu-ray audio disc packaged in an artisan designed wooden crate. There's also unreleased demos and studio jams. Head below for an outtake of Run of the Mill and here for further details.


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