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Last week, the 50th anniversary edition of the late Beatle George Harrison’s pivotal solo album All Things Must Pass was released to the public. The updated version contains remixes, alternate takes, demos, and more unheard session material from the November 1970 album.
All Things Must Pass was the first triple studio album in rock music and features a plethora of Harrison’s famous musician friends including Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Billy Preston, Pete Drake, and Dave Mason just to name a few.
The 50th anniversary edition (which is now closer to the 51st anniversary) comes in various options from a simple 2-CD set all the way to the Uber Deluxe edition, which comes with LPs and CDs contained in a wooden crate complete with books, gnome replications from the album cover, photos, and more trinkets to satisfy the biggest fans of the Quiet Beatle. The songs can also be streamed from the primary streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music.