George Harrison All Things Must Pass Vinyl 3 LP Box Apple STCH 639 + NM Poster

Sold Date: October 28, 2021
Start Date: October 27, 2021
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George Harrison All Things Must Pass 3 LP Vinyl Box Set - Apple STCH 639 (1970) with Near Mint Poster and Original Inner Sleeves includes "My Sweet Lord", "What Is Life" and "Beware of Darkness"
Condition: Overall, VG++ Vinyl and Cover. Specifically, Side 1 + 2 are VG+, Sides 3, 4, 5, + 6 are VG++. Vinyl plays really well, sounds beautiful. All sides tested. Box cover has four strong corners, which is hard to find. Some discoloration on the front. All original inner sleeves are fully intact with no stains or writing. Includes large original poster which is near mint. I have sold numerous copies of this over the years and this is the best one I have seen. 
All Things Must Pass is the third studio album by George Harrison. Released as a triple album in November 1970, it was Harrison's first solo work after the break-up of the Beatles in April that year. It includes the hit singles "My Sweet Lord" and "What Is Life", as well as songs such as "Isn't It a Pity" and the title track that had been overlooked for inclusion on releases by the Beatles. The album reflects the influence of Harrison's musical activities with artists such as Bob Dylan, the Band, Delaney & Bonnie and Friends and Billy Preston during 1968–70, and his growth as an artist beyond his supporting role to former bandmates John Lennon and Paul McCartney. All Things Must Pass introduced Harrison's signature slide guitar sound and the spiritual themes present throughout his subsequent solo work. The original vinyl release consisted of two LPs of songs and a third disc of informal jams titled Apple Jam. 
Among the large cast of backing musicians were Eric Clapton and members of Delaney & Bonnie's Friends band – three of whom formed Derek and the Dominos with Clapton during the recording – as well as Ringo Starr, Gary Wright, Billy Preston, Klaus Voormann, John Barham, Badfinger and Pete Drake. 
All Things Must Pass was critically and commercially successful on release, with long stays at number one on charts worldwide. Among its appearances on critics' best-album lists, All Things Must Pass was ranked 79th on The Times' "The 100 Best Albums of All Time" in 1993, while Rolling Stone placed it 368th on the magazine's 2020 update of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time". In 2014, All Things Must Pass was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Track listing - Original release
Side one "I'd Have You Anytime" (Harrison, Bob Dylan) – 2:56 "My Sweet Lord" – 4:38 "Wah-Wah" – 5:35 "Isn't It a Pity (Version One)" – 7:10
Side two "What Is Life" – 4:22 "If Not for You" (Dylan) – 3:29 "Behind That Locked Door" – 3:05 "Let It Down" – 4:57 "Run of the Mill" – 2:49
Side three "Beware of Darkness" – 3:48 "Apple Scruffs" – 3:04 "Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)" – 3:48 "Awaiting on You All" – 2:45 "All Things Must Pass" – 3:44
Side four "I Dig Love" – 4:55 "Art of Dying" – 3:37 "Isn't It a Pity (Version Two)" – 4:45 "Hear Me Lord" – 5:46
Side five (Apple Jam) "Out of the Blue" – 11:14 "It's Johnny's Birthday" (Bill Martin, Phil Coulter, Harrison) – 0:49 "Plug Me In" – 3:18
Side six (Apple Jam) "I Remember Jeep" – 8:07 "Thanks for the Pepperoni" – 5:31
George Harrison – vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, dobro, harmonica, Moog synthesizer, harmonium, backing vocals Eric Clapton – electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals Gary Wright – piano, organ, electric piano Bobby Whitlock – organ, harmonium, piano, tubular bells, backing vocals Klaus Voormann – bass guitar, electric guitar Jim Gordon – drums Carl Radle – bass guitar Ringo Starr – drums, percussion Billy Preston – organ, piano Jim Price – trumpet, trombone Bobby Keys – saxophones Alan White – drums, vibraphone Pete Drake – pedal steel John Barham – orchestral arrangements, choral arrangement, harmonium, vibraphone Pete Ham – acoustic guitar Tom Evans – acoustic guitar Joey Molland – acoustic guitar Mike Gibbins – percussion Peter Frampton – acoustic guitar Dave Mason – electric and acoustic guitars Tony Ashton – piano Gary Brooker – piano Mal Evans – percussion, vocal on "It's Johnny's Birthday", "tea and sympathy" Ginger Baker – drums on "I Remember Jeep" John Lennon – handclaps on "I Remember Jeep" Yoko Ono – handclaps on "I Remember Jeep" Al Aronowitz – unspecified contribution on "Out of the Blue" Eddie Klein – vocal on "It's Johnny's Birthday"
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MINT (M) - Absolutely perfect in every way. Most often this is a still sealed record, records that have been opened are rarely if ever marked as Mint.

NEAR MINT (NM) - A good description is that it looks like it just came from a retail store and it was opened for the first time. In other words, it?s nearly perfect, with no visible defects. 

VERY GOOD PLUS (VG+) - Except for a couple minor things, this could be Near Mint. Most collectors will be happy with a VG+ record, especially if on the high end (VG++). VG+ records may show slight signs of wear, including light scuffs or very light scratches that do not affect the listening experience. Covers should have only minor wear. 

VERY GOOD (VG) - VG records are among the biggest bargains, and for many, will be worth the money. They can lack the original gloss, may have surface noise, and some scratches may be audible, especially in soft passages. But the noise will not overpower the music. VG covers will have signs of handling, and may have minor splits. 

GOOD PLUS (G+) - Good+ does not mean bad! The record still plays through without skipping, but it has significant surface noise and groove wear. Cover may have significant ring wear, noticeable writing, or obvious damage.

GOOD (G) - Record may have some skipping, but is otherwise listenable. I generally avoid selling Good (G) rated records unless they are highly collectible or desirable, in order to enjoy until something better comes along. Cover has major wear or seam splits that need repair, or heavy writing like radio station call letters to prevent theft.

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