180g Vinyl 2LP Pressing of Final Album Released During George Harrison's Lifetime Mastered from the Original Analog Master Tapes and Cut at Capitol Studios
While it's generally accepted that George Harrison bloomed late as a Beatles songwriter, there's no denying it was worth the wait. The release of All Things Must Pass, in 1970, was like unstopping a bottle. An ambitious triple-album, it set the template for the nine studio albums that would follow. Harrison continued to shape and redefine his music and legacy with a string of prolific and poignant releases throughout the remainder of the '70s and early-80s.
However, it was after 1987's Cloud Nine that his solo career seemingly went on hiatus. Following a stint with the Traveling Wilburys, remarkable 1992 live outing Live In Japan (the final album issued during his lifetime) captured Harrison in fine form on stage once again during he and Eric Clapton's joint Japanese tour in December 1991.
The universally praised double album swan song is comprised of a stunning mix of Harrison's solo hits ("My Sweet Lord," "What Is Life," "All Things Must Pass," "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)," "Got My Mind Set on You") and best-known Beatles compositions ("Old Brown Shoe," "Taxman," "Something," "Here Comes the Sun," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps").