178 of 1001 Albums: George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass

History
The first solo work from George Harrison was released that same year in April.  George Harrison made interesting comparison to this album being like going to the bathroom because he hadn’t been allowed as much of his work with The Beatles. This album was a hit though. It stayed at number one for a while in both the U.S, and the U.K, and received much critical acclaim. 
My Thoughts
There are some great listens on this album. It’s fun, and I was excited about the songs I was listening to on this album especially “If Not For You” and “Run of the Mill”. There is a good blend of country, and folk on the album that takes it away from the music he had with The Beatles into new territory. I’m still trying to conclude what feelings this album stirs though. It is definitely positive ones, but whether this is a somber, or lighthearted album is in debate for me. His voice is great though, and the sound of the music captured me. 
Rating 5 of 5.

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