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Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock
Title: The "Let It Be" Rehearsals, Vol. 2 - All Things Must Pass (Part 1: Electric Set)
Country: Europe
Released: 1992
Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock
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Features Song Lyrics for The Beatles's Th. The Beatles - The "Let It Be" Rehearsals, Volume 2: All Things Must Pass Album Lyrics. 2. For You Blue Lyrics.

A month before Let It Be was set to be released, Paul McCartney announced his split from the Beatles, marking an end to the one of Rock and Roll's most iconic acts. Following the demise of the Beatles, all of the fab four went on to more than successful solo careers  . 60, well done, and another good one at that. The title track just might be my favourite Beatles song. thebbqshrimp July 28th 2009. I'll go a step further. Possibly the greatest song of all-time.

All Things Must Pass. Not surprisingly, his ambitions have remained unfulfilled by this role and what presumably has been welling up in him since at least Let It Be, perhaps since Meet The Beatles, comes pouring out on All Things Must Pass. It is both an intensely personal statement and a grandiose gesture, a triumph over artistic modesty, even frustration. In this extravaganza of piety and sacrifice and joy, whose sheer magnitude and ambition may dub it the War and Peace of rock and roll, the music itself is no longer the only message. The lyrics are central. Beware of Darkness may be the album’s best song. Musically enigmatic and strangely incomplete, it is both a warning and an affirmation: Beware of sadness It can hit you; it can hurt you– Make you sore and what is more, that is not what you are here for. There is a song of reincarnation, The Art of Dying, whose melody is borrowed from Paint It Black, and the lament Isn’t it a Pity whose beginning is the broken thirds of John’s I am the Walrus and whose end is the decadent, exultant last half of Paul’s Hey Jude.

The song Let It Be was written during the sessions for the White Album, at a time when Paul McCartney felt isolated as the only member of The Beatles still keen to keep the group together. The Beatles released two versions of Let It Be during their career, although both were based on the same recording. The group first attempted the song at Twickenham Film Studios in London, where they made what was to become the Let It Be film. It made its debut on 3 January, the second day of filming, with a solo rendition by Paul McCartney. Three versions were attempted with the whole group on 8 January. Two versions of Let It Be were recorded on 23 January 1969, the second day of recording at Apple. McCartney repeated the first verse. The Beatles recorded 28 versions of Let It Be on 26 January, with Billy Preston on organ.

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All things must pass None of life's strings can last So, I must be on my way and face another day. Now the darkness only stays at nighttime In the morning it will fade away Daylight is good at arriving at the right time It's not always going to be this gray. All things must pass All things must pass away All things must pass All things must pass away. About All Things Must Pass.

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1 George Talks About A Solo Album 1:43
2 All Things Must Pass 3:09
3 Old Brown Shoe 2:58
4 For You Blue 2:54
5 Let It Down 2:15
6 I Shall Be Released
Written-By – B. Dylan*
1:47
7 Speak To Me 1:52
8 Hear Me Lord 2:21
9 I Me Mine 2:19
10 Short Fat Fanny 2:55
11 All Things Must Pass 2:57
12 Let It Down 3:58
13 Hear Me Lord 1:45
14 I Shall Be Released
Written-By – B. Dylan*
1:48
15 On The Road Again
Written-By – C. Wilson*
0:46
16 How Do You Tell Someone 2:02
17 Positively 4th Street
Written-By – B. Dylan*
1:06
18 Let It Down / Get Back
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
2:09
19 Well All Right
Written-By – Holly*, Allison*, Petty*
1:09
20 Hitch Hike
Written-By – Paul*, Gaye*, Stevenson*
1:56
21 I Me Mine 2:54
22 Something 9:03
23 I Me Mine 3:28
24 I Me Mine 4:33
25 All Things Must Pass 2:41

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Yellow Dog Records

Credits

  • Written-By – G. Harrison* (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 13, 16, 18, 21 to 25)

Notes

This Edition © 1992 Yellow Dog Records, Luxembourg

One of two CDs featuring performances by George Harrison, recorded at various times throughout January 1969, from Nagra tapes. Hear embryonic versions of songs that would appear on later Beatles records and "All Things Must Pass" plus various covers of songs by Buddy Holly, The Band, Canned Heat, Bob Dylan and others.
Track 25 is the complete tape of the portion of the "Let It Be" film where George gets "shocktric shocks" from his microphone. ("If this boy 'ere dies, you're gonna cop it!")

All tracks mastered out of phase and at the wrong speed..

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: YD 016
  • Rights Society: ARTISJUS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
YDCD016 The Beatles The "Let It Be" Rehearsals, Vol. 2 - All Things Must Pass (Part 1: Electric Set) ‎(CD, Mono, Unofficial, Dig) Yellow Dog Records YDCD016 Europe 1993