George Harrison‘s property has marked the fiftieth anniversary of his seminal album ‘All Issues Should Go’ by releasing a brand new stereo mixture of the beautiful title monitor.
The brand new mixture of the 1970 monitor was led by Grammy-winning producer Paul Hicks – who beforehand labored on current re-workings of The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Goat’s Head Soup’ and John Lennon‘s ‘Gimme Some Fact’.
“The brand new stereo mixture of the album’s title monitor is only a style of extra issues to come back in 2021 as we have a good time the fiftieth anniversary of my father’s legendary All Issues Should Go album,” stated George’s son, Dhani Harrison.
“We’ve been digging via mountains of tapes, they usually simply saved coming – bins and bins of them. Making this album sound clearer was all the time considered one of my dad’s biggest needs and it was one thing we have been engaged on collectively proper up till he handed. However with the assistance of recent know-how and the work of Paul Hicks on this mission, we at the moment are in a position to make that occur”.
He added: “We are able to’t await you all to listen to every little thing we’ve been engaged on and your persistence might be rewarded subsequent 12 months.”
Initially launched fifty years in the past at this time on November 27, 1970, the triple LP was produced by Phil Spector and went on to grow to be probably the most influential rock albums of all time.
In addition to the brand new stereo mixture of ‘All Issues Should Previous’, the Harrisons are additionally set to launch George’s ‘My Candy Lord’ on a 7” Milky Clear Single, individually numbered, unique to Document Retailer Day.
“The unique is fairly nice. I’m simply messing round like a drained unhappy shit,” wrote Olsen within the video’s caption. “Phrases are good too”.
‘Watch out for Darkness’ was one of many tracks that initially featured on ‘All Issues Should Go’. Although by no means launched as a single, it’s been regularly lined by different artists since its launch.