George HarrisonAll Things Must Pass

Label:Apple Records – STCH 639
3 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Pop Rock


A1I'd Have You Anytime
A2My Sweet Lord
A4Isn't It A Pity (Version One)
B1What Is Life
B2If Not For You
B3Behind That Locked Door
B4Let It Down
B5Run Of The Mill
C1Beware Of Darkness
C2Apple Scruffs
C3Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)
C4Awaiting On You All
C5All Things Must Pass
D1I Dig Love
D2Art Of Dying
D3Isn't It A Pity (Version Two)
D4Hear Me Lord
E1Out Of The Blue
E2It's Johnny's Birthday
E3Plug Me In
F1I Remember Jeep
F2Thanks For The Pepperoni

Companies, etc.



Produced for Apple Records.

"It's Johnny's Birthday" based upon "Congratulations" By Martin & Coulter.

Release issued with a 36 x 24 poster of George, and each inner sleeve is in a different colour, each containing the lyrics. Record 1 is lilac, Record 2 is tawny, and record 3 is mustard.

PRINTED IN USA (in a small circle on each inner sleeve)
An E.M.I. Recording (on bottom of the label-sides A to D - and on left sides E and F)
Mfd. in U.K. (on all label-sides)
Runouts are stamped

Eric Clapton is not listed for Guitar on the inside of the box (only George and Dave Mason are), but he appears on the green inner of sides 5 and 6.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Mecolico
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): YEX 817-1U AOC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): YEX 818-1U LRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 1): YEX 819-1U PMC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 1): YEX 820-1U PAC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E runout, variant 1): YEX 821-1U MGC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F runout, variant 1): YEX 822-1U MRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): YEX 817-1U GGP 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): YEX 818-1U GDM 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, variant 2): YEX 819-1U GGL 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, variant 2): YEX 820-1U GDM 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E runout, variant 2): YEX 821-1U TM 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F runout, variant 2): YEX 822-1U TM 2

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
All Things Must Pass (3×LP, Album, Stereo, Winchester Pressing , Box Set, )Apple RecordsSTCH 639US1970
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All Things Must Pass (Box Set, , 3×LP, Stereo, All Media, Album)Apple Records, Apple Records1C 192-04 707/8/9, 1C 192-04 707/8/9 YGermany1970
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All Things Must Pass (3×LP, Album, Box Set, )Apple Records3C 162-04707/08/09Italy1970
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All Things Must Pass (3×LP, Album, Box Set, )Apple RecordsSTCH 639New Zealand1970
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All Things Must Pass (2×8-Track Cartridge, Album)Apple Records8XWB-639US1970



  • jgtouze's avatar
    Edited 12 months ago
    Can you please help us identify which of these versions is the one with a wider spine and a 12x12 white cardboard inside?
    • JumbleTasteSpinning's avatar
      This masterpiece worth every penny.
      Got a real complete mint copy, not cheap - but what a jewel to have in my collection!
      It's like george harrison sings directly to my soul...
      This 1u press just hug you around with the sound. amazing in everyway.
      • nasbootleg's avatar
        Which one is better ? UK or US original 1st press ? Thanks a lot for your help.
        • t_recs's avatar
          Recently picked myself up a clean UK -1U copy with the USA printed box and original inners (no poster), after owning the 50th Anniversary edition for a few months. All I can say is ‘wow’, this thing really packs a punch with a really wide, balanced soundstage. I found myself appreciating the original album’s mix significantly more than the clinical, somewhat flat 2021 remix. I’m not completely adverse to the sound of the remix as I did really enjoy George’s increased vocals and more detail, but I felt it lost some of the weight, presence and nuance of the original; I also noticed considerable amounts of distortion on the busier moments of tracks like ‘isn’t it a pity’ and ‘let it down’ which sounded compressed and muddy. Just my own opinion, but I highly recommend the original UK version, especially if you can find a clean one for around the £100 mark.
          • jblakeboroughi's avatar
            Just picked up a VG+/NM copy of this for £40 off the original buyer, absolutely beautiful sounding press, it really is.
            • stanmore's avatar
              This is the 1st uk press - such a fantastic record ! Great pressing very analog sounding ! Warm punchy and clear at the same time ! Amazing
              • AppleBlossome88's avatar
                This exact pressing is brillinat.
                The sound is strong, punchy, loud, groovy, UK 1U simply rocks !
                With the 'wall of sound' just as it is supposed to be.
                Both sonically and lirically it's such a spellbinding album, best solo work by ex Beatles member imo.
                Consider that through entire Beatles catalog he's only credited with 22 songs, and what a surprise, very next year after breakup - individual tripple lp !!!
                Wow, so powerful, he let all himself out, you can feel it in the music, pure soul rock.
                • nasbootleg's avatar
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  Are the demos from ATMP 50th anniversary and those from "George Harrison – Early Takes Volume 1" the same ones ?

                  • delboy74's avatar
                    50th anniversary issue will be released on august 6th in the uk.
                    • nightofthevampire's avatar
                      Who on earth needs gnomes when you have this issue?


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