George Harrison – ‘All Things’ And More

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Yesterday, much of George Harrison’s solo output was made available on on-demand streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music Rdio, Rhapsody, Google Play, TIDAL and Deezer. Among the former member of The Beatles’ catalog made available were his albums Wonderwall Music (1968), Electronic Sound (1969), Living In The Material World (1973), Dark Horse (1974), Extra Texture (1976), Thirty Three & 1/3 (1976), George Harrison (1979), Somewhere In England (1981), Gone Troppo (1987), Live In Japan (1992), Brainwashed (2002) and of course, his brilliant 1970 masterpiece triple-LP All Things Must Pass as well as other compilations including the collection of demos, Early Takes Volume 1. In light of these records being released for streaming today we’re presenting two playlists of George Harrison’s music.

Up first is a playlist compiled by My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James featuring tracks culled from Harrison’s solo work. Unsurprisingly, James selected several tunes – “Behind That Locked Door” “Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)” and “All Things Must Pass” – which he covered on his six-song Tribute To EP released under his Yim Yames moniker, as well as tracks from Extra Texture, Harrison’s self-titled LP, and a track each from Living In The Material World and Wonderwall Music. The 15 songs clock in just shy of one hour and 15 minutes.

Additionally, we put together a playlist featuring every George Harrison solo album available on Spotify, sequenced chronologically from his earliest work while still in The Beatles to the last recorded notes he shared with the world. The massive playlist runs a full 13 hours and is composed of 190 songs, for your listening pleasure.