All Things Must Pass (album) by George Harrison

All Things Must Pass
All Things Must Pass by George Harrison (1970)
Overall rank: 151st   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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Award Top 200 albums of all time (151st)

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From Quoman 07/30/2019 20:28
The absolute best solo album by any of the Beatles. The first LP is incredible but even the 2nd is really good. The 3rd is fun but doesn't live up to the standard, probably recorded only to produce enough material for a triple LP. It seams like a good idea to do a triple but this album would be much better as a double album. As a single album (1st LP) I would give it 10/10, as a double album I would give it 9,5/10. As a triple its only 9/10.
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From jpajovich 06/28/2019 03:05
Almost a perfect album. Strange to see this many great songs and consistency on a triple LP. Without the Apple Jam, there wouldn't be a track to begin to think down on.
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From leniad 06/18/2019 17:49
100/100

Best Post-beatle album of the 4, amazing music, amazing lyrics, Classic
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From Rivera 05/15/2019 13:10
Brilliant album made all the more significant considering it came out not long after The Beatles' breakup. Perhaps he shouldn't have been considered the 3rd songwriter after all? At any rate, this is arguably the best solo album from the Fab Four, and the only complaint I have about it (and it's a minor one) is that it's a bit too long.
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From Fischman 12/05/2018 22:11
Far and away the best solo album by any ex-Beatle. This album is proof that George was given short shrift by John/Paul as he had a wealth of great songs which might not have seen the light of day had the Beatles not broke up.
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From Killerviolin 11/05/2018 23:30
It's like the White Album but with less crap. Some songs aren't that good, but most of this album is standout George Harrison greatness. A bit too religious for my taste, occasionally, but what the hell...
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From Nowhereman1965 09/14/2018 19:18
One of my favourite albums of all time. Fantastic songwriting by an artist bursting with ideas. Many of the songs were presented to The Beatles during the Let it Be sessions but were surprisingly rejected or ignored. I’m no fan of Phil Spector’s production techniques, though on this album he just about gets away with it. The one essential George Harrison album. A classic.
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From WildHorses 08/14/2018 17:33
My favorite beatle and one my favorite albums ever. Beware of Darkness, My Sweet Lord, Isn't it a Pity and Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp beig my favorite tracks.
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From JimagineL 06/26/2018 21:17
If this was a double-album It would be easily a 100/100, George Harrison proves to be level with his companions ex-beatles, so many of this songs could have been in a classic Beatles album, but I kind of prefer that these were realeased solo.
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From lstevens 06/23/2018 13:11
Best Tracks: "My Sweet Lord", "Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp", "Awaiting On You All"
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Best Albums of 1970
1. Paranoid by Black Sabbath
2. After The Gold Rush by Neil Young
3. Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon & Garfunkel
4. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band by John Lennon
5. Led Zeppelin III by Led Zeppelin
6. All Things Must Pass by George Harrison
7. Moondance by Van Morrison
8. Bitches Brew by Miles Davis
9. Fun House by The Stooges
10. Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek & The Dominos
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14. American Beauty by Grateful Dead
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