All Things Must Pass : George Harrison

All Things Must Pass : George Harrison

This is a pretty stellar 2-disc set. I grew up listening to this album, the Beatles, and all the other Beatle's solo projects. This has a such a terrific range, covers to many differing aspects of life. Song that I'm particularly enjoying at the moment: I Dig Love

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  • The Beatles spy vs spy music comedy "Help" is more or less a string of gags than a actual story. My favorite bit is during the title in which the villain is engaged in a game of darts, but he doesn't use a dart board, instead he's... The Beatles spy vs spy music comedy "Help" is more or less a string of gags than a actual story. My favorite bit is during the title in which the villain is engaged in a game of darts, but he doesn't use a dart board, instead he's projected a movie of the Beatles playing the tittle song, his challenge is to use the heads of John, Paul, George and Ringo as a moving target, how evil. Oh! speaking about evil, when will that evil "Let it Be" DVD get to see the light of day, eh?

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  • Better than the A-team and Michael Jackson's "We Are the World" compilation in the 80's, combined. So, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison were having lunch one day and a magnificent aroused, so they took it to Bob Dylan'... Better than the A-team and Michael Jackson's "We Are the World" compilation in the 80's, combined. So, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison were having lunch one day and a magnificent aroused, so they took it to Bob Dylan's recording studio and bam! The birth of the super band: The Traveling Willburys, this lasted from 1988-90. Nelson Wilbury - George Harrison Otis Wilbury - Jeff Lynne Lefty Wilbury - Roy Orbison Charlie T. Jnr - Tom Petty Lucky Wilbury - Bob Dylan