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What is considered by many to be George’s first true solo album certainly remains the most loved by the general public and critics alike.

In addition to his own songs listed below, George recorded the Bob Dylan tune “If Not for You” which follows “What is Life” on the second side.

1

“I’d Have You Anytime”

Composed by:Bob Dylan / George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

2

“My Sweet Lord”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:23 November 1970 (in US on A-side with “Isn’t It a Pity” on the other A-side)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

3

“Wah-Wah”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

4

“Isn’t It a Pity (Version One)”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:23 November 1970 (in US on A-side with “My Sweet Lord” on the other A-side)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

5

“What is Life”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

6

“Behind That Locked Door”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

7

“Let It Down”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

8

“Run of the Mill”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

9

“Beware of Darkness”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

10

“Apple Scruffs”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

11

“Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

12

“Awaiting on You All”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

13

“All Things Must Pass”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

14

“I Dig Love”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

15

“Art of Dying”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

16

“Isn’t It a Pity (Version Two)”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

17

“Hear Me Lord”

Composed by:George Harrison
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

18

“Out of the Blue”

Composed by:Al Aronowitz, Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon, George Harrison, Bobby Keys, Jim Price, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock, Gary Wright
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

19

“It’s Johnny’s Birthday”

Composed by:Phil Coulter, Mal Evans, George Harrison, Eddie Klein, Bill Martin
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

20

“Plug Me In”

Composed by:Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon, George Harrison, Dave Mason, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

21

“I Remember Jeep”

Composed by:Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Billy Preston, Klaus Voormann
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

22

“Thanks for the Pepperoni”

Composed by:Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon, George Harrison, Dave Mason, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock
Recorded by:George Harrison
End of principle recording:October 1970
Released:27 November 1970 (in US on All Things Must Pass)
Best digital version:All Things Must Pass (2014)| Amazon Link

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