ALL THINGS MUST PASS – The title track from GEORGE HARRISON’s brilliant 1970 album.

All Things Must Pass (Remastered 2014)



George Harrison – All Things Must Pass (Live – 1997 on VH1 – HQ Audio)

George Harrison 1970 by Wolfgang Heilemann
George Harrison was my favorite solo artist coming from the musical organism known as the Beatles. What did George do that the other Beatles did not pursue as earnestly and honestly? LSD clearly opened the Doors of Beatle’s perception adding lyrical depth and beauty to so many post-trip songs yet which Beatle took the next step after having the doors opened? George clearly pursued a path where LSD can take one spiritually while John chose a more politically active life. George wisely spent time in India to learn the Sitar from a master. While in India George absorbed higher lessons where traditional sitar music led him. Paul and Ringo, I leave for you, dear reader for adequate explication. How did LSD affect Paul and Ringo spiritually? This amazing track from George remains one of my favorites. It is sad as life is sad when one attaches to past events, as all humans do.
  Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I’d Have You Anytime (2014 Mix) ·, George Harrison All Things Must Pass ℗ 2014 G.H. Estate Limited, under exclusive license to Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) Released on: 2014-01-01 Producer, Associated Performer, Performer: George Harrison Producer: Phil Spector Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Ken Scott Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Philip McDonald Composer Lyricist: George Harrison Composer Lyricist: Bob Dylan

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Music video by Peter Frampton Band performing Isn’t It A Pity. © 2021 Phenix Phonograph, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc. Song Isn’t It A Pity Artist Peter Frampton Band Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Universal Music Enterprises)

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