Living in the Material World (2014 Remaster) George Harrison

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  • 1Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth) [2014 Remaster]03:35
  • 2Sue Me, Sue You Blues (2014 Remaster)04:46
  • 3The Light That Has Lighted the World (2014 Remaster)03:30
  • 4Don't Let Me Wait Too Long (2014 Remaster)02:56
  • 5Who Can See It (2014 Remaster)03:51
  • 6Living in the Material World (2014 Remaster)05:30
  • 7The Lord Loves the One (That Loves the Lord) [2014 Remaster]04:34
  • 8Be Here Now (2014 Remaster)04:09
  • 9Try Some Buy Some (2014 Remaster)04:07
  • 10The Day the World Gets 'Round (2014 Remaster)02:52
  • 11That Is All (2014 Remaster)03:44
  • 12Deep Blue (2014 Remaster)03:45
  • 13Miss O'Dell (2014 Remaster)02:31
  • 14Bangla Desh (2014 Remaster)03:57
  • Total Runtime53:47

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Living in the Material World (for the documentary film by Martin Scorsese) is the fourth studio album by English musician George Harrison, released in 1973 on Apple Records. As the follow-up to 1970's critically acclaimed All Things Must Pass and his pioneering charity project, the Concert for Bangladesh, it was among the most highly anticipated releases of that year. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America two days after release, on its way to becoming Harrison's second number 1 album in the United States, and produced the international hit 'Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)'. It also topped albums charts in Canada and Australia, and reached number 2 in Britain.

Living in the Material World is notable for the uncompromising lyrical content of its songs, reflecting Harrison's struggle for spiritual enlightenment against his status as a superstar, as well as for what many commentators consider to be the finest guitar and vocal performances of his career. In contrast with All Things Must Pass, Harrison scaled down the production for Material World, using a core group of musicians comprising Nicky Hopkins, Gary Wright, Klaus Voormann and Jim Keltner. Ringo Starr, John Barham and Indian musician Zakir Hussain were among the album's other contributors.

Upon release, Rolling Stone described it as a 'pop classic', a work that 'stands alone as an article of faith, miraculous in its radiance'.[1] Most contemporary reviewers consider Living in the Material World to be a worthy successor to All Things Must Pass, even if it inevitably falls short of Harrison's grand opus. Author Simon Leng refers to the album as a 'forgotten blockbuster', representing 'the close of an age, the last offering of the Beatles' London era'.

George Harrison, vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, dobro, sitar, backing vocals
Nicky Hopkins, piano, electric piano
Gary Wright, organ, harmonium, electric piano, harpsichord
Klaus Voormann, bass, standup bass, tenor saxophone
Jim Keltner, drums, percussion
Ringo Starr, drums, percussion
Jim Horn, saxophones, flute, horn arrangement
Zakir Hussain, tabla
John Barham, orchestral and choral arrangements
Leon Russell, piano (on 'Try Some, Buy Some')
Jim Gordon, drums, tambourine (on 'Try Some, Buy Some')
Pete Ham, acoustic guitar (on 'Try Some, Buy Some')

Recorded from October 1972 – March 1973; February–March 1971 at Apple Studio, London; FPSHOT, Oxfordshire; Abbey Road Studios, London
Produced by George Harrison

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George Harrison
MBE (25 February 1943 – 29 November 2001) was an influential English rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, author and sitarist best known as the lead guitarist of The Beatles. Following the band's demise, Harrison had a successful career as a solo artist and later as part of the Traveling Wilburys super group where he was known as both Nelson Wilbury and Spike Wilbury. He was also a film producer, with his production company Handmade Films, involving people as diverse as Madonna and the members of Monty Python. From an initial exposure whilst a member of the Beatles, he maintained a high public profile regarding his religious and spiritual life.

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