George Harrison ‎– All Things Must Pass

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Apple Records ‎– STCH 639, Dark Horse Records ‎– STCH 639
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3 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180g
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Cover Sticker:
Remastered for vinyl from the original analogue stereo master tapes.
Album replicates design and construction of the original release.
180g Heavyweight vinyl.

℗ 2014 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by G.H. Estate Limited under exclusive license to Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group).
© 2017 G.H. Estate Limited.

Sticker on rear shrinkwrap: Made in Germany.
On LP labels: Mfd. in E.U.

Includes a 6-panel fold-out poster.
Each LP comes in a printed inner sleeve.

For the songs written by George Harrison:
All lyrics copyright 1970 for the world by Harrisongs Music, Ltd., England
All rights for the United States and Canada controlled by Harrisongs Music, Inc.

For the songs written by Bob Dylan:
All lyrics copyright 1970 by Big Sky Music.

Apple Jam (Recorded during sides 1, 2, 3 & 4.)
'It's Johnny's Birthday' based on 'Congraulations' by Bill Martin & Phil Coulter and published by Peter Maurice Music Co/EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Other tracks: Copyright 1970 for the world by Harrisongs Music, Ltd., England. All rights for the United States and Canada controlled by Harrisongs Music, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 0602557090406
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-01 A1 5709038-A-LP1 G-I RM
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-01 B1 5709038-B-LP1 G-I RM
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-02 C1 V= 5709039-A-LP2 G-I RM
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-02 D1 5709039-B-LP2 G-I RM
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-02 E1 5713533-A LP3 G-I RM
  • Matrix / Runout: BG52544-02 F1 =[Upside-down V] 5713533-B LP3 G-I RM

Other Versions (5 of 131) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STCH 639 George Harrison All Things Must Pass(3xLP, Album + Box) Apple Records STCH 639 UK 1970 Sell This Version
STCH 639 George Harrison All Things Must Pass(3xLP, Album + Box) Apple Records STCH 639 UK 1970 Sell This Version
4XW 663, 4XW-663, 4XW 664, 4XW-664, 8XW 664 George Harrison All Things Must Pass(2xCass, Album) Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records 4XW 663, 4XW-663, 4XW 664, 4XW-664, 8XW 664 US 1970 Sell This Version
CD-STCH 639, CDS 7 46688 8 George Harrison All Things Must Pass(2xCD, Album, RE) EMI, EMI CD-STCH 639, CDS 7 46688 8 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
STCH-639 George Harrison All Things Must Pass(3xLP, Album + Box) Apple Records STCH-639 US Unknown Sell This Version

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evertonis111

evertonis111

April 8, 2018
incredible pressings. Definitely better than my 1st US copy. So much detail, but also sounds very smooth, warm, and cosy. Quiet vinyl. Considerably less compressed sounding compared to my original press. Also, less distortion in the vocals on the louder tracks like Wah-Wah (which sounded especially poor on my clean original copy) Packaging is top-notch and the print quality looks much better than my original. All around a better version of the LP than what I'm used to! Highly recommended! By the way, perfect music as well.
kristan.reed

kristan.reed

August 25, 2017
Really great version this. Nice to see a repress that people seem to agree upon for once.
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

May 11, 2017
edited 5 months ago
This is it, this is the "Remaster/Replica" you've been waiting for, as faithful to original as it could ever be without being a repress (this set has the original U.K. center labels instead of the U.S. labels), beautifully, beautifully done, and worth every penny! The pressing is flawless, and I mean German perfection (unlike the RSD numbered editions), and this new remastering really was done carefully. The original U.K. 1970 1u's were always a little too thin sounding in my opinion, and maybe that was because of the sheer size of the material (3LP's worth of mixing & mastering, 23 songs to fit under one roof). This "retouch" pulls back the top end, and fattens up the mids and lows just a hair, making the whole album warmer and more balanced, and yet, it still sounds like "All Things Must Pass". From song to song the levels and channels bounce more evenly, with the anemic "Wah-Wah" finally feeling full. It would appear that "nuance", "subtlety", and "authenticity" are the new standards of the day when it comes to remastering old "LP/Album's Artists", and that is truly appreciated here. Now let's see what they did with the new "Stereo Pepper"...