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3.0 out of 5 stars Like A Lot of (Good) B-Sides, July 10, 2006
This review is from: Dark Horse (Audio CD)
With All Things Must Pass, and Living In The Material World, George Harrison treated the world to a back-catalogue of material that was conceived while he was still in the Beatles, but never made it onto a Beatles album.

By the time Dark Horse came around, it sounds as though he were struggling to establish his own sound, separate from the Beatles, and it is apparent that (like the other Three) he needed them to complete his substantial gifts. It was only through the Dark Horse years, culminating with Cloud Nine, did he realize that his best music came when he embraced the Beatles legacy, instead of running from it (something that Paul McCartney finally figured out with Flowers In The Dirt, and that Ringo does better than anybody in his Mark Hudson records).

But, Dark Horse rates a three, only in comparison to Harrison's works (listed above), which are masterpieces. It is an album that I enjoy listening to regardless. I just would not recommend it to anybody.
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Initial post: Nov 28, 2013 11:45:09 PM PST
rballjones says:
I thought he established his sound, separate from the Beatles, quite well on All Things Must Pass--two albums before this one. To say you enjoy listening to this one, but would not recommend to anybody, sounds like a contradiction
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