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George Harrison - My Sweet Lord album

George Harrison - My Sweet Lord album
  • Performer George Harrison
  • Title My Sweet Lord
  • Date of release 1970
  • Country US
  • Style Soft Rock, Pop Rock
  • Other formats MP2 ADX XM WMA MP4 MMF AAC
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1853 mb
  • Size FLAC 1344 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 980

My sweet Lord Mmm, my Lord Mmm, my Lord. I really wanna know you I'd really wanna go with you I really wanna show you, Lord That it won't take long, my Lord. Hallelujah) My sweet Lord (Hallelujah) Mmm, my Lord (Hallelujah) My sweet Lord (Hallelujah). I really wanna see you Really wanna see you Really wanna see you, Lord Really wanna see you, Lord But it takes so long, my Lord. Hallelujah) My sweet Lord (Hallelujah) Mmm, my Lord (Hallelujah) My, my, my Lord (Hallelujah). My Sweet Lord was the first single from George Harrison’s first solo album All Things Must Pass. My Sweet Lord became a huge success, reaching number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and remaining on top 50 for four consecutive weeks. Harrison was sued for plagiarizing a similar tune to The Chiffons' He’s So Fine.

My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord. I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it won't take long, my lord (hallelujah). My sweet lord (hallelujah) Hm, my lord (hallelujah) My sweet lord (hallelujah). I really want to see you Really want to see you Really want to see you, lord Really want to see you, lord But it takes so long, my lord (hallelujah). My sweet lord (hallelujah) Hm, my lord (hallelujah) My, my, my lord (hallelujah). I really want to know you (hallelujah) Really want to go with you (hallelujah) Really want to show you lord (aaah). My Sweet Lord" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

George Harrison began writing "My Sweet Lord" in December 1969, when he, Billy Preston and Eric Clapton were in Copenhagen, Denmark, as guest artists on Delaney & Bonnie's European tour. By this time, Harrison had already written the gospel-influenced "Hear Me Lord" and "Gopala Krishna", and (with Preston) the African-American spiritual "Sing One for the Lord". He had also produced two religious-themed hit singles on the Beatles' Apple record label: Preston's "That's the Way God Planned It" and Radha Krishna.

Taken from George Harrison’s towering All Things Must Pass album, this beautiful song has the distinction of being the first number one single in the UK and America by a former Beatle, as well as being the UK’s biggest selling single of 1971. George wrote the song, but did you know that he was not the first to record ‘My Sweet Lord’? George gave the song to Billy Preston to include on his September 1970 album, Encouraging Words that the former Beatle also produced

Thanks for your vote! Estevam "Amanda is a song by the very famous group " Boston ",those of "More than feeling", group of guitarist Tom Sholtz. PS: If yoou want, it's possible "My sweet Lord" with vocals(Harrison) ? Estevam Mar 08 2018, 05:30 PM reply. I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it won't take long, my lord ( hallelujah ). My sweet lord ( hallelujah ) Hm, my lord ( hallelujah ) My sweet lord ( hallelujah ). E I really want to see you. E7 Really want to see you.

About My Sweet Lord lyrics. Album All Things Must Pass (1970). George O'Hara-Smith Singers. George Harrison, Dave Mason, Eric Clapton. Carl Radle, Klaus Voormann. My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord. I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it wont take long, my lord (hallelujah). My sweet lord (hallelujah) Hm, my lord (hallelujah) My, my, my lord (hallelujah)

My Sweet Lord" is re-released in December 1976 to help promote the album, "Best of George Harrison". It has a new picture sleeve (known as the "gnome sleeve"). It fails to re-enter the . 14th January 2002 - After George's death on 29th November 2001, there had been a feeling that "My Sweet Lord" should be released to honour the memory of George. Seven weeks after his passing (and 31 years after it& original release) . have duly obliged, and all profits will go to the Material World Charitable Foundation which George founded in 1973 to support charities working with children and the poor.

Tracklist

A My Sweet Lord 4:39
B Isn't It A Pity 7:10

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Valentim de Carvalho CI SARL
  • Licensed From – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer [Uncredited] – George Harrison, Phil Spector
  • Written-By [Uncredited] – George Harrison

Notes

Manufactured in Portugal by Valentim de Carvalho - Comércio e Indústria, S.A.R.L.
Under license from The Gramophone Company, Ltd - Hayes - Middlesex - England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): E 006-04692 M A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): E 006-04692 M B
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped A): E006-04692-MA-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped B): E006-04692-MB-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2995 George Harrison My Sweet Lord / Isn't It A Pity ‎(7", Single, Scr) Apple Records 2995 US 1970
1 C 006-92 053 George Harrison My Sweet Lord / Isn't It A Pity ‎(7") Apple Records 1 C 006-92 053 Germany 1982
3C006-04692, 3C 006-04692, C006-04692 George Harrison Isn't It A Pity / My Sweet Lord ‎(7", Single, Mono) Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records 3C006-04692, 3C 006-04692, C006-04692 Italy 1970
F 2995 George Harrison My Sweet Lord / Isn't It A Pity ‎(7", Single) Apple Records F 2995 Denmark 1970
APPLE-21 George Harrison My Sweet Lord = Mi Buen Señor ‎(7", Single) Apple Records APPLE-21 Chile 1971