Label: Swan Song (2) - WHY19960509 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
"I'd Have You Anytime" is a song written by George Harrison and Bob Dylan, released in as the opening track of Harrison's first post-Beatles solo album, All Things Must Pass. The pair wrote the song at Dylan's home in Bearsville, near Woodstock in upstate New York, in November Its creation occurred during a period when Harrison had outgrown his role in the Beatles and Dylan had withdrawn from the pressures of fame to raise a family. "I'd Have You Anytime" Genre: Folk rock.
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· George Harrison’s third solo album was his crowning glory. All Things Must Pass was a triple album, and his first release after the break-up of The Beatles. The album contained the hit singles ‘My Sweet Lord’ and ‘What Is Life’, the Dylan collaboration ‘I’d Have You Anytime’, and a third disc of jam sessions titled Apple Jam.
The Best of George Harrison: Allmusic album Review: Released just after George left Apple for his own Dark Horse label (and appearing in stores just in time for the Christmas season of ), The Best of George Harrison neatly splits into a side of Harrison solo hits and a side of his Beatles tunes. This is the only solo Beatles hits.
There’s a good argument for suggesting George Harrison‘s All Things Must Pass album is the pick of the solo Beatles’ output. In , post White Album, George spent some time in Woodstock with Bob g the Zim’s stories of how The Band wrote; with equity, without hierarchy, everything considered on merit, he realised he was getting short thrift in The Beatles.
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