George Harrison was always the Quiet One of the Beatles, the man who genuinely hated fame and found solace by penning thoughtful, spiritual songs that were consistently ignored by Lennon and McCartney. By the time the band finally broke up in 1970 he had a stockpile of songs just waiting to be recorded and immediately made this triple album with contributions from an illustrious group of friends including Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton. This welcome re-issue contains several bonus tracks but they're comparatively unimportant; All Things Must Pass remains arguably the best solo album ever recorded by an ex-Beatle. Sadly, Harrison has made nothing remotely as good since.