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All Things Must Pass [3 LP]
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Vinyl, August 6, 2021
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In celebration of its 50th anniversary, George Harrison's All Things Must Pass is being commemorated with a suite of new releases, highlighted by a stunning new mix of the classic album by Grammy Award-winning mixer/engineer Paul Hicks, and overseen by executive producer Dhani Harrison. The 3LP set, on 180-gram heavy vinyl, is housed in a slim box and includes an 8-page insert with photos and notes from Dhani Harrison and Paul Hicks about remixing the album.
- Product Dimensions : 13.39 x 12.99 x 1.18 inches; 7.68 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Capitol
- Original Release Date : 2021
- Date First Available : June 10, 2021
- Label : Capitol
- ASIN : B096TTSPG4
- Number of discs : 3
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Well for one, the previous remasters were as a whole lacking in the pressing phase. Too many buyers complained of the records skipping, warping, etc... Before I bought the album here on Amazon. I did some study as to where the album was pressed, whether it was the analog tapes used or a digital source. From the sticker a fixed to the wrapper it states it is the original analog tapes, on 180 gram vinyl and states it was pressed in Germany. Now whether that is at Pallas, which has done some magical pressings of Fleetwood Mac's Rumours album and many others. I don't know. I had heard Abbey Road had a hand in this version as well.
It has also been said Dhani Harrison had a hand in this process, if so, he and all involved need to be commended. This is by far the best Vinyl version remaster I have heard. The 2000 version is great on CD. This is the definitive remaster on vinyl. When you drop the needle onto the record, it is dead quiet. It has been remastered quietly, which when you turn the volume up the songs open up and reveal depth not heard before in this format. The packaging outside is exact, if the only the hinge box is slightly thicker than any previous version. Some of that is the 180 gram records it houses, but there is another reason. I bought my first "All Things Must Pass" album in 1970 with the snow shoveling money I had worked for that week during snow storm in Atlantic Iowa that November. It had just been released and I was already hooked on The Beatles. So having a fondness for George's Beatle songs I took the plunge.
Over the years that first pressing was played and played. The inner sleeves took a beating as did the hinged box. The records are still great, even though there are a few pops and crackles. Well when they put this Remaster together they took the care of putting each album in what I would call a rice paper inner white sleeve with plastic insides to protect the records. They also put the original sleeves which have the lyrics to the songs on them in inside as well. So these replica sleeves should last the lifetime of the records themselves because you don't have to use them.
The only cosmetic change was to the orange Apple labels on the records. Now instead of a whole Apple on sides 1 and 3 and the half cut Apple on 2 and 4. They are all whole orange apples. Almost as if saying none of these songs were less deserving of A-side status than any other songs.
In closing, if you are getting into vinyl for the first time or like me needing a new copy of this classic album because you played it to death. This is the one to get. The RSD from 2010 ( the 40th yr since it's original release) now runs into the several hundreds of dollars to buy because it was limited. The 2000 vinyl version is also expensive. This 2017 remaster is also a Limited release, so get one while they are still under $100.00. Because like the man said, All Things Must Pass, and this version will become scarce in a short time.
There’s a lot of music here, and it’ll take time for it all to percolate through the listener, but this is NOT background music. It’s best to devote your time and attention to it. Trust me, you’ll get a lot more out of it that way. I love this passionately.
A lot of detail has been put into this release, faithfully reproducing the original package, including the poster and lyric sleeves. The discs themselves are housed in separate plastic-lined sleeves, which protects the albums and allows the listener to view the lyrics without damaging the main sleeves from repeated use. The red Apple label is present on each side of LPs 1 and 2, while the 3rd LP ( (Apple Jam) has a unique green and white Apple label.
As several of the reviewers of this 180 g vinyl version have previously stated, the discs are void of any background noise whatsoever. All you hear is the music, the way it was meant to be heard. The original master tapes were used for the mastering of this album, and it shows. The sound quality of these LPs honestly blows away all other versions of this title.
Very highly recommended from someone who rarely writes reviews of any kind. When something is done this well, people should be informed.
The package is a virtual replica of the Apple box, right down to the poster. They put the discs themselves in nice separate sleeves so you can preserve the lyric sleeves. Really a nice job all the way around. I am more than satisfied.
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The original tracks from the album have put a smile on my face all afternoon and I am looking forward to getting pleasure from the 2001 mixes which were remixed under Georges supervision .
It was always one of my 'go to' albums and to anyone who didn't buy it at the time , I would strongly recommend your adding it to your collection . Part of the genius that was The Beatles at his best . BUY IT !
There are so many great songs on here - Beware of Darkness, I'd Have You Anytime, Isn't It A Pity and the title track to name just a few. The production is warm in that lovely natural 70s way, and the performances throughout are bang on.
An essential album for Beatles & George fans, and lovers of 70s rock....oh, and anyone who likes great music!