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6 August 2022
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Apologies if this has been asked before, but do we know which songs George actually wrote for ‘All Things Must Pass ‘, as opposed to songs that he had lying around from his Beatle days and were there enough of them to make a good single album? I guess we could count ones written after the ‘Get Back ‘ sessions? 

Adding to the songs listed in the earlier posts, Run Of The Mill was written shortly after the Get Back / Let It Be sessions. 

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I’d Have You Anytime – co-written with Bob Dylan circa Thanksgiving 1968
My Sweet Lord – December 1969
Wah-Wah – 10 January 1969
Isn’t It A Pity – 1966
What Is Life – circa April-July 1969
If Not for You [Dylan cover]
Behind That Locked Door – August 1969
Let It Down – late 1968
Run Of The Mill – circa February/March 1969
Beware Of Darkness – spring 1970
Apple Scruffs – circa June 1970
Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll) – late May/early June 1970
Awaiting On You All – circa early 1970
All Things Must Pass – December 1968
I Dig Love – circa early 1970
Art of Dying – 1966
Hear Me Lord – late 1968

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Isn’t A Pity – one of my favourite George songs, written back in 1966.

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I am listening to this full album today because it’s George’s birthday. I also made cinnamon rolls because his birthday?? i don’t know why… It’s George Harrison ‘s birthday let me eat my damn cinnamon rolls!

Anyway, this album is a masterpiece i wish i had it on vinyl (my birthday is coming up though). for the millionth time i will say: george’s voice is so beautiful. 

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I’m listening to it too. I know I’ve said it many ways and times, but this album just has the most perfect atmosphere for cool, grey, misty/lightly rainy days in early spring when the green things are soaking up the moisture and you can feel the air all around you clinging to your skin. Which happens to be exactly what today is. This album is always a masterpiece, but on days like this, it’s the perfect masterpiece. Something about the perfect weather just enhances the listening experience so much – all that reverb makes sense when the sky looks like reverb sounds… heart

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I also made cinnamon rolls because his birthday?? i don’t know why… It’s George Harrison ‘s birthday let me eat my damn cinnamon rolls! 

And I plan on making some sort of curried lentil dish later for Georgemas so this makes perfect sense to me a-hard-days-night-george-9

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I’m listening to it too. I know I’ve said it many ways and times, but this album just has the most perfect atmosphere for cool, grey, misty/lightly rainy days in early spring when the green things are soaking up the moisture and you can feel the air all around you clinging to your skin. Which happens to be exactly what today is. This album is always a masterpiece, but on days like this, it’s the perfect masterpiece.

I don’t know what you’re on about, it was 50F today in Memphis, I wore 2 jackets, and was still cold.

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I think the high here yesterday was in the low 60s. It wasn’t warm, in fact it was quite chilly, but it was damp and all the green stuff was greening. a-hard-days-night-george-9 Such days always remind me of ATMP and George, and the fact that yesterday was like that was just perfect heart

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I think the high here yesterday was in the low 60s. It wasn’t warm, in fact it was quite chilly, but it was damp and all the green stuff was greening. a-hard-days-night-george-9 Such days always remind me of ATMP and George, and the fact that yesterday was like that was just perfect heart

  

I found Run Of The Mill last night. That song is perfect in all ways. 

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