Although George Harrison released a couple oddities before the Beatles actually broke up, his solo debut album proper was 1970's All Things Must Pass, still considered by many (including me) as a crowning achievement and his greatest work.  Harrison built up such a back log of songs during his  Beatles days, being allowed only 1 or 2 per album, that upon their breakup, he unleashed this triple album masterpiece filled with memorable moments by a superstar cast:  Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Gary Wright, Phil Collins, Alan White, Gary Brooker, Ginger Baker, Dave Mason and many others contributed to the project.  Beware of Darkness, by request, is one of the albums highlights you may enjoy hearing on today's Vault, around 5:20pm.  Out of town?  Listen live on-line.