Living in the Material World

Label
EMI UK
Release date
2 Oct 2006
Running length
13 tracks
Running time
50:14

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) (2006 Digital Remaster) 3:38 241
2 Sue Me, Sue You Blues (2006 Digital Remaster) 4:49 63
3 The Light That Has Lighted The World (2006 Digital Remaster) 3:31 55
4 Don't Let Me Wait Too Long (2006 Digital Remaster) 2:58 66
5 Who Can See It (2006 Digital Remaster) 3:52 42
6 Living In The Material World (2006 Digital Remaster) 5:28 63
7 The Lord Loves The One (That Loves The Lord) (2006 Digital Remaster) 4:36 52
8 Be Here Now (2006 Digital Remaster) 4:11 50
9 Try Some Buy Some 4:09 15,230
10 The Day The World Gets 'round (2006 Digital Remaster) 2:54 47
11 That Is All (2006 Digital Remaster) 3:50 39
12 Deep Blue (2006 Digital Remaster) 3:46 62
13 Miss O'Dell (2006 Digital Remaster) 2:32 84

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  • RomeosDistress

    "Who can see it" is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever listened to.

    29 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Jezuxx

    Este sin duda, es el álbum con el que más te identifico amigo George.

    25 Feb 2013 Reply
  • DavidSmith98

    beautiful stuff

    15 Nov 2012 Reply
  • TheFatChocobo

    This really is *such* a wonderful record...!

    17 Sep 2012 Reply
  • LedZebbelin

    Got this record today on vinyl - mint condition from 1973.

    14 Jun 2012 Reply
  • ThisCharmingBoy

    Beautiful album! I'm ashamed at myself for only discovering it now after growing up as a diehard Beatles fanatic.

    9 Mar 2012 Reply
  • TheFatChocobo

    Beyond-amazing record! The Light That Has Lighted the World and the title track are the high points for me, but only by an inch or two: the whole album is perfect.

    7 Dec 2011 Reply
  • lisztophobia

    "all things must pass" is about an album worth of good songs, combined with another album & a half worth of jams and half-finished/half-successful experiments. kind of like the clash's sandinista. with much stronger editing, it could have been a solid album. "living in the material world" is one album's worth of good songs without filler. and it's very sincere, heartfelt stuff with a distinct style and point of view that i can respect and enjoy, even though it's sort of a religious record and i'm not a religious person. this album comes across like the work of a great pop musician just doing whatever he likes and then consistently succeeding at it, without concern for whether it'll have any commercial appeal. i have to agree that "living in the material world" is probably the single best album that any beatle recorded after that band broke up.

    26 Jan 2011 Reply
  • rinistiltskin

    What a love of an album, it's so soulful in its sound. In some ways, I love this album slightly more than ATMP -- and I wish ATMP had had the same production as LMW, especially for some of the songs like "Isn't it a Pity", "If Not For You", and the eponymous "All Things Must Pass".

    25 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Hazeyville

    I listen to this album while joining the others in the morning for the start of the rat race

    3 Nov 2009 Reply
  • tracy19

    wonderful!!

    6 Feb 2009 Reply
  • themountaintop

    The BEST post-Beatles album by far. A work of real beauty and depth that neither Paul or John could reach once they started competing in a bad way. Well done, George. RIP

    22 Dec 2008 Reply
  • aschlietuna

    Love it

    3 Nov 2008 Reply
  • optimisticsails

    give me hope, help me cope with this heavy load

    10 Apr 2008 Reply
  • ebarra

    And now he's in a spiritual another world...

    2 Nov 2007 Reply

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