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Over fifty years ago when the world was devastated by the breakup of The Beatles, George Harrison stepped in and shined some light onto the fab four’s dedicated fans. As the rest of the band embarked upon their solo careers, Harrison released All Things Must Pass, in November 1970, the first post-Beatles solo album to go #1. The triple album exposed how Harrison had developed as a profound songwriter throughout his time with The Beatles when he was only able to contribute about one song per album.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this monumental record, a special All Things Must Pass 50th Anniversary Edition will be released on August 6th featuring remixes, outtakes, studio demos and more. For a preview of what the boxset will entail, you can go ahead and listen to Isn’t It A Pity (Take 27), a previously unreleased version of the quintessential Harrison song which will be included in the anniversary edition.