Requiemposted by The Vidiot @ 5:43 PM Permalink Billy Preston may have gone round in circles, but his nothing from nothing definitely left something.
If you're of a certain age as I am, you know that Billy Preston contributed a lot to the soundtrack of our lives. Just a quick synopsis:
(1970) Let It Be -- including "Get Back"Bye Billy ... and thanks.
(1970) All Things Must Pass (George Harrison)
(1971) Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones)
(1971) The Concert for Bangla Desh (George Harrison And Friends)
(1971) There's a Riot Goin' On (Sly & the Family Stone)
(1972) Exile on Main Street (Rolling Stones)
(1973) Goats Head Soup (Rolling Stones)
(1974) It's Only Rock'n Roll (Rolling Stones)
(1975) Blood on the Tracks (Bob Dylan)
(1975) "You Are So Beautiful" (Joe Cocker's biggest hit)
(1976) Black and Blue (Rolling Stones)