Review: Harrison’s “Early Takes” is beautifully bare

by Blogburger on May 2, 2012

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Back in 2003, the surviving Beatles authorized the release of “Let It Be… Naked,” an album of remixes that stripped away the most outlandish production flourishes producer Phil Spector had added to the original “Let It Be” album in 1970. In a way, the new George Harrison release “Early Takes, Volume 1″ does the same thing for the former Beatle’s Spector-produced 1970 solo debut, “All Things Must Pass,” as, among other selections, it offers up six songs from that landmark effort in completely unvarnished form. …
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