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33 1/3
George Harrison
33 1/3
Genres: Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock


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All Artists: George Harrison
Title: 33 1/3
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Release Date: 6/25/1991
Genres: Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Europe, British Isles, Singer-Songwriters, Singer-Songwriters, Psychedelic Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Thirty Three & 1/3
UPC: 075992661225

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Andre' S Grindle | Bangor,ME. | 07/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I LOVE "33 1/3"-it's easily one of my two very favorite
George Harrison solo albums and I'm GLAD I've come across a
used CD copy.Why do I love it so much?It has fantastic songs,
great lyrics and some exciting soul and funk influences.The
opening "Woman Don't Cry For Me" is a bass and clavinet-led
funk number with a blues arrangment featuring the wonderful
Billy Preston's keyboard work.Two fantastic,Beatle-like pop
numbers like the joke-of-court-proceeding "This Song" and
the instant classic "Crackerbox Palace".Most stunning though
are the contemporary soft soul tributes first to Smokey Robinson
called "Pure Smokey" (perhapes Harrison wrote it for Smokey-it
does sound like him) and the tranquil and beautiful soul ballad
"Learning how To Love You",a great way to chose any album.In
between these tunes like "It's What You Value",Dear One" and
"Beautful Girl" are just the kind of clever toss-off's that
Harrison was knocking out at this point.Anyone who hears this
today will be very saddned he is no longer with us."
A rare find
joe_laq | South Dakota, USA | 02/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought 331/3 on vinyl when it came out. This was one of my favorite albums, but now it's discontinued on CD. What gives? Really would like it on CD but don't feel like breaking my piggy bank. Anyone know the story behind this one?
Anyways, if one could find this recording, I highly recommend it. Very enjoyable. "Crackerbox Palace" and "This Song" were the popular tracks but my favorite track is "It's What You Value". Kind of funky."
Beekums | Maryland, United States | 10/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I continue to be astonished as to why this album has never been released on CD. I have the vinyl edition from when it first came out (and even wrote a review for my high school newspaper back in the '70s). While Harrioson wrote greater songs on many of his albums, only two really rank above it as complete packages: "All Things Must Pass" and "Cloud Nine."
What stands out are the lyrics, especially the self depreciating and ironic "This Song." I could go on and on. I suggest fans be patient. Eventually the record company will see sense and reissue it. I hope. Eventually. Maybe one day ..."