|Title:||Let It Down - Private Recordings, Circa 1970|
|Category:||Rock / Pop|
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Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released on his 1970 triple album All Things Must Pass. Harrison wrote the song as a tribute to Frank Crisp, a nineteenth-century lawyer and the original owner of Friar Park – the Victorian Gothic residence in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, that Harrison purchased in early 1970.
On April 2, 1970, Phil Spector put the final touches on the Beatles' Let It Be album, ending their time as a recording entity until the Anthology project in the mid-'90s. According to Mark Lewisohn’s The Beatles Recording Sessions: The Official Abbey Road Studio Session Notes, 1962 – 1970, Spector and engineers Peter Brown and Roger Ferris were holed up in Room 4 of Abbey Road Studios and made stereo mixes of "The Long and Winding Road" and "Across the Universe," both of which received orchestral overdubs the day before. George Harrison's "I Me Mine" was, at 1:34, the shortest song on the record, except for the 41-second snippet of "Maggie Ma.
Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison. As the Beatles' perpetual dark horse, Harrison rarely got the chance to write and sing more than one or two songs per album. But once the band split up, the former "quiet one" was quick out of the gate with a series of memorable hit singles that seamlessly merged his budding spirituality and an epic, Phil Spector-inspired pop sensibility.
Let It Down was written by George Harrison in 1968, and released on his third solo album, 1970's All Things Must Pass. Written by: Harrison Recorded: May-October 1970 Producers: George Harrison, Phil Spector Engineers: Ken Scott, Phil McDonald. Released: 30 November 1970 (UK), 27 November 1970 (US). George Harrison: vocals, backing vocals, guitar Eric Clapton: backing vocals, guitar Bobby Whitlock: backing vocals Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Joey Molland: acoustic rhythm guitar Carl Radle: bass guitar Gary Wright: organ Gary Brooker: piano Jim Price: trumpet Bobby Keys: saxophone Jim Gordon: drums.
What Is Life" is a song by the English musician George Harrison, released on his 1970 triple album All Things Must Pass. In many countries, it was issued as the second single from the album, in February 1971, becoming a top-ten hit in the United States, Canada and elsewhere, and topping singles charts in Australia and Switzerland. In the United Kingdom, "What Is Life" appeared as the B-side to "My Sweet Lord", which was the best-selling single there of 1971.
|1||Run Of The Mill|
|2||Art Of Dying|
|7||Beware Of Darkness|
|8||Let It Down|
|9||Tell Me What Has Happened To You|
|10||Hear Me Lord|
|11||Nowhere To Go|
|14||I Don't Wanna Do It|
|15||If Not For You|