Everything Must Come, George HarrisonThe landmark 1970 solo album, has already gotten a deluxe fix on the vinyl reissue. On August 6, capital/UMe release a 50th anniversary edition on the album, available in a variety of formats, such as LP, CD, and Blu-ray. Check out a trailer for the reissue below.
Everything Must Come produced by Phil Spector and released to Destroy the Beatles. The new edition is adapted from original tapes by Paul Hicks, product made by David Zonshine, and executive produced by Harrison’s son Dhani.
the Uber Deluxe Edition the reissue is placed inside a specially designed wooden box. The box contains a 96-page scrapbook written by Olivia Harrison, featuring invisible images, memorabilia, handwritten lyrics, diary entries, studio notes, and more. There’s also a wooden bookmark made from a fallen oak tree Harrison’s Friar Park and 1/6 scale replicas portraying Harrison and the gnomes featured on the album’s iconic cover.
A Super Deluxe The release version will be presented as an 8xLP box set, with 42 unreleased demos and outouts, such as recordings of “I Want To Be Anytime”, Don’t Want It. ”Listen to the release of“ Run of the Mill ”below.
All products featured on Pitchfork are independently selected by our editors. However, if you purchase an item through our marketing links, we may earn a co -commission.