George Harrison - Living In The Material World - Original 1973 UK Apple label 11-track LP
|Title||Living In The Material World - Original 1973 UK Apple label 11-track LP|
|Genre||Rock & Pop|
|Record label||Apple Records/EMI Records|
|Year of release||1973|
|Grading||VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+(+) (Insert)/VG+(+) (Cover)|
|Stock list||George Harrison|
|Additional info||Scarce original 1973 UK Apple picture label 11-track LP - Harrisons 4rth solo effort and follow up to the critically acclaimed 'All Things Must Pass' box.|
Vinyl has custom orange labels with black printing and upper half picture part. Vinyl has machine stamped (ms) and hand etched (he) matrix information:
Side 1: YEX 917-4U, mother/stamper 1 P (ms) & Hare Krsna (he)
Side 2: YEX 918-2U, mother/stamper 2 HD & Hare Rama (he)
Trail off displays that this copy is manufactured from the first set of laquers, the first and 2 mother for Side 1 and 2 respectively - and within these very early and early stampers respectively - not a 1st pressing within the 1st issue, but close to.
Vinyl is held in a die cut brown inner sleeve and comes complete with fold-out picture/lyric insert - everything kept in a fully laminated gatefold picture cover.
Condition: VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+(+) (Insert)/VG+(+) (Inner Sleeve)/VG+(+) (Cover):
Vinyls is superlustrous - has a single light and inaudible hairline - barely any sleeve wear otherwise - simply very nice vinyl considering that it has been used directly from a coarse card inner sleeve.
Labels has a single short, simple and faint spindletrace. Vinyl is overall graded close to near mint/excellent.
Insert has only a light degree of faint creasing and wrinkling - overall graded at least close to near mint.
Cover is in very nice condition - supremely glossy, a little superficial laminate only creasing but otherwise almost no laminate wear - and with only a very few laminate wrinkles from edges. This copy does not even have the very fine line along spine which is normally present from opening the gatefold... the immediate crackle when the inner spread is opened lightly supports the thought that this cover is only slightly handled. Cover is conservatively graded close to near mint/excellent.
1. Give Me Love 3:36
2. Sue Me, Sue You Blues 4:48
3. The Light That Has Lighted The World 3:31
4. Don't Let Me Wait Too Long 2:57
5. Who Can See It 3:52
6. Living In The Material World 5:31
1. The Lord Loves The One 4:34
2. Be Here Now 4:09
3. Try Some Buy Some 4:08
4. The Day The World Gets 'Round 2:53
5. That Is All 3:43
Recorded october 1972 - march 1973 & february - march 1971 at Apple Studios, London, FPSHOT, Oxfordshire and Abbey Road Studios, London.
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, 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")
George Harrison - Production
Phil McDonald - Engineer
Wilkes & Braun Inc. - Design
Kendall L. Johnson - Cover Photography
Ken Marcus - Inner Spread Photography
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