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George Harrison - All Things Must Surface Cd 2

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HQ Scans:
Publisher: ReproMan
Reference :
Date :2001
Made In :usa
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 71:24

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Wah Wah(Harrison)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
booklet:
"Wah-Wah" was written during the Let It Be fiasco, which began with the rehearsal of songs and ended up as the movie Let It Be. We had been away from each other after having had a very difficult time recording the White album. That double album was so long it went on forever, and there were all kinds of other bullshit things happening in the band; pressures and problems and after that we came back from a holiday, and went straight back into the old routine. It is that concept of how everybody sees and treats everybody else, allowing no consideration that we are changing all the time.
remember Paul and I were trying to have an argument and the crew carried on filming and recording us. Anyway after one of those first mornings - I couldn't stand it; I decided this is it! - it's not fun anymore - it's very unhappy being in this band - it's a lot of crap - thank you I'm leaving. Wah-Wah was a 'headache' as well as a foot pedal. It was written during the time in the film where John and Yoko were freaking out screaming - I'd left the band, gone home - and wrote this tune.
2.
My Sweet Lord(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
3.
I Dig Love(Harrison)
Song
Take 20 RS1/RS2
(date unknown)
George Harrison
4.
I Dig Love(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
5.
If Not For You(Dylan)
Song
RS1
(date unknown)
George Harrison
6.
The Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
7.
I'd Have You Anytime(Harrison/Dylan)
Song
Intro Only
(date unknown)
George Harrison
8.
Plug Me In(Harrison)
Song
RS1
(date unknown)
George Harrison
9.
Plug Me In(Harrison)
Song
RS2
(date unknown)
George Harrison
10.
Out Of The Blue(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
11.
It's Johnny's Birthday(Harrison/Martin/Coulter)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
(On music from Cliff Richard's Congratulations)
12.
Thanks For The Pepperoni(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
13.
I Remember Jeep(Harrison)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
14.
Thanks For The Pepperoni(Harrison)
Interview
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
15.
Interview(George Harrison Section)
13:05
Song
Version validated
Version details available
George Harrison
Henley - Chris Carter, ATMP Reissue Promo
15 Feb 2001
George Harrison
All Things Must Pass Reissue promo interview
"A Conversation With George Harrison"
Tracks 15-40 - Q & A about the 30th anniversary issue of "All Things Must Pass".
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: alexwheelyOn 18 Apr 2002 at 23:48 CEST
Review by: Carla LaneOn 01 May 2002 at 05:39 CEST
Your reaction to this disc may be tempered by your disposition toward the Apple Jam portion of All Things Must Pass. To me, it's filler when heard once. Here you get most of it twice!

Top it off with 13 minutes of dialog (and mine includes intermittent clicks throughout track 15) and this just isn't a very good value.
Review by: wen_4On 17 Mar 2004 at 15:12 CEST
I really enjoyed hearing the Harrison interview. Although it was sad to hear about his plans on remastering his entire catalogue. It is a shame that never came to be. As for the Apple Jam: pretty interesting stuff, although it sounded exactly like the ones on the official release. Anyone know if these are alternate mixes or why these are significant enough to be included on a bootleg?
Review by: Kevin IslesOn 03 May 2011 at 06:24 CEST
This second disc is not as good as the first. The first six tracks are the most intresting, but the apple jam stuff has much of the same effect as the album versions, you only need one listen before it gets boring. I already owned the interview included here on an original Capitol promo, and it is very interesting and I felt it was a nice addition to this disc.

To answer your question wen_4, all of the songs on this collection are from the first mixing sessions for the album. Many of the songs were still unfinished, and these mixes were done to get a better feel for how the end result might sound. Appearently, Phil Spector dissapproved of these mixes and they were all re-done. Most of these have differences from the official versions on the album, some more than others, but they are all different in some way. Lots of them are missing overdubs that would be done later, the vocals are quieter, and there seems to be more reverb here.


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Filename: repro108
Originally filled by: hkb
Date of creation: 29 Dec 2001 17:39:10
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 27 Apr 2012 11:46:08
Online on : 06 Jul 2003
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R


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