By David Kenney
Singing "Isn’t it a Pity," George Harrison hollered the truth out. The end of the Beatles was a not-so-fab shame. Still, the 30th anniversary reissue of All Things Must Pass is a reminder of the quiet Beatle’s good karma with songs. With his guitar screeching and strumming beside Phil Spector’s epic wall of sound, Harrison preaches peace and love like a true hippie, hokiness-free. And with Eric Clapton appearing on four unreleased guitar-driven tracks, All Things Must Pass is a sweet hello to Abbey Road’s solemn goodbye.