Thirty Three & 1/3
Download links and information about Thirty Three & 1/3 by George Harrison. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:29 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic|
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|1.||Woman Don't You Cry for Me||3:20|
|6.||It's What You Value||5:08|
|10.||Learning How to Love You||4:14|
|11.||Tears of the World||4:03|
|12.||Learning How to Love You (Early Mix)||4:13|
George Harrison’s greatest musical contributions have mostly been his tasteful guitar work and ability to accentuate his surroundings without taking over the stage. While he wrote several all-time classics (“Something,” “Here Comes the Sun”), songwriting was never his strongest suit. (Cole Porter’s “True Love,” originally crooned by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly in the film High Society, is arguably the finest song here.) Harrison gives it a spirited run, and it leads him away from the philosophical glumness that often made him sound dourer than his music. “Crackerbox Palace” is a piece of pure Beatle pop, while “This Song,” which became a radio hit, addresses the ludicrous lawsuit he lost regarding his song “My Sweet Lord” sounding too much like The Chiffons’ “He’s So Fine.” “It’s What You Value” and “Dear One” follow his serious side. However, “True Love” and even the spiritually questioning “Learning How To Love You” mine his romantic side; he brings forth his usual fluid guitar playing and use of his impeccable backing band.