Thirty Three & 1/3 [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Having suffered the humiliation of being sued successfully over "My Sweet Lord," George Harrison turned the ordeal into music, writing "This Song," a Top 25 hit. Even better was "Crackerbox Palace," which would have fit in nicely on any Beatles album. The rest was slight, although Harrison covering Cole Porter's "True Love" is an interesting idea. This was Harrison's first album on his Dark Horse custom label, formed after the completion of his contract with EMI/Capitol in June 1976 and initially distributed by A&M. [Thirty Three & 1/3 was reissued in 2004 with "Tears of the World" as a bonus track.]
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Having suffered the humiliation of being sued successfully over "My Sweet Lord," George Harrison turned the ordeal into music, writing "This Song," a Top 25 hit. Even better was "Crackerbox Palace," which would have fit in nicely on any Beatles album. The rest was slight, although Harrison covering Cole Porter's "True Love" is an interesting idea. This was Harrison's first album on his Dark Horse custom label, formed after the completion of his contract with EMI/Capitol in June 1976 and initially distributed by A&M. [Thirty Three & 1/3 was reissued in 2004 with "Tears of the World" as a bonus track.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/24/2004
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 724359408620
  • Catalog Number: 94086
  • Sales rank: 11,291

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Woman Don't You Cry for Me (3:20)
  2. 2 Dear One (5:07)
  3. 3 Beautiful Girl (3:42)
  4. 4 This Song (4:14)
  5. 5 See Yourself (2:51)
  6. 6 It's What You Value (5:08)
  7. 7 True Love (2:44)
  8. 8 Pure Smokey (3:55)
  9. 9 Crackerbox Palace (3:58)
  10. 10 Learning How to Love You (4:14)
  11. 11 Tears of the World (4:03)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
George Harrison Primary Artist, Synthesizer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Billy Preston Organ, Synthesizer, Piano
Gary Wright Keyboards
Tom Scott Flute, Saxophone, Lyricon
David Foster Clavinet, fender rhodes
Emil Richards Marimbas
Richard Tee Organ, Piano, fender rhodes
Willie Weeks Bass
Alvin Taylor Drums
Technical Credits
George Harrison Composer, Producer
Peter Chatman Composer
Hank Cicalo Engineer
John Etchells Remastering
Phil McDonald Remixing
Cole Porter Composer
Kumar Shankar Engineer
Simon Heyworth Remastering
Drew Lorimer Redesign
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Crackerbox Palace awaits you!

    I can't believe my mind. George Harrison's estate finally released all the Warner Bros. albums, which were sought after Beatles fans. But in addition, the albums get the treatment that they deserve! First about the album: It's hard to believe that it took a triple album (All Things Must Pass) to prove that George Harrison had talent. But his talent slipped on subsequent albums, including the snooze-inducing Dark Horse. Despite illness and legal problems in 1976, Harrison picks up the reins and churns out of the finest albums of the 70's. Nearly every song is a masterpiece, and features good workmanship from David Foster, Emil Richards and Tom Scott (as well as a falsetto voice from Eric Idle). 33&1/3 is an absolutely lovely album that is probably good to play any time you are in a good mood. Now about the CD itself: Each of the Dark Horse albums were remastered to perfection. The booklets feature all the original artwork, as well as extra liner notes, lyrics and beautiful printing. The bonus tracks also make the CDs worthwhile purchasing. There's only one drawback: each CD is mastered with Capitol/EMI's new system of copy protection. I'm not one to copy CDs, because I think it steals more from the fun of collecting than it does from the artists itself. But if you have an mp3 player, don't worry. You can still rip the tracks onto your mp3 player, if you insert the disc in your CD burner (if you have one). All of this adds to a great album and a great reissue! Beatles fans, don't miss this one!

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