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  • Kim H 6 years ago

    Love this version. Great arrangement. Also, RIP Billy Preston.

    Bass – James Hutchinson
    Drums – Ricky Fataar
    Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Organ [Hammond B-3] – Billy Preston
    Guitar – Mabon "Teenie" Hodges, Randy Jacobs
    Horns, Trumpet – Wayne Jackson
    Piano – Benmont Tench
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Andrew Love
    Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Robby Turn

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  • Retro327 6 years ago

    Country funk. πŸ™‚

  • Eugenia Brown 6 years ago

    Al was about to go to church at the end, and Lyle had that look of "please don't". I love this version.

  • Cindicate Smooth Jazz 6 years ago


  • Music Night 6 years ago

    Good musicians with good singers what can I say!

  • Deb wright 6 years ago

    This song! These two guys Al and Lyle the video is just outstanding. See what racism and racist want to destroy.
    Can't let it happen. Funny how time slips away. Yeah!

  • 1952FMS 6 years ago

    what's to say? perfect comes to mind! thx for posting. imo God gave the common man music, which is more precious than any material object!

  • Mark Brennan 6 years ago

    The band is great also, Billy Preston, Don Was…awesome arrangement…pleasure to watch the interplay between Al and Lyle

  • Don Steele 6 years ago

    Just never get tired of hearing this rendition. This is what music's all about.

  • Gunner65 6 years ago

    A great song by Al Greene…Videography shows how they worked together in production of this. When lyrics and harmony work is always a good thing.

  • PecanPeggy 6 years ago

    Love these two guys!!! Awesome!!

  • Eddielee Joseph 6 years ago

    Its funny how times slip away