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Beautiful channeling, channeling beauty — Three of the six Beatles reunited

Listen up — the Reverend Billy is testifying. And the channel’s comin’ in real clear tonight — singing in tongues and swinging in the grace of God — words only a hint, and The Big Guy’s taken over.

George, Clapton and Billy — three of the six Beatles reunited. Eric played the Weeping solo on the White Album, and Billy's the only cat they ever brought in the studio for more than a day, making funk outta the stewing brew as they drew Let It Be.

Not to mention longhaired thrumming Klaus Voorman, who, along with Eric, made up half John Lennon’s Plastic Ono Band at Live Peace In Toronto.

Ringo came on stage to sing the next song, “It Don’t Come Easy,” but it sounds like the great Jim Keltner on drums (who played most of the show).

Do not miss — the sweet but too short Billy & George duet in the middle (2:10) — just before it hits the double and then triple-time (3:00–> 4:15) and your limbs start moving out of your control.  

You see The Quiet Beatle quietly smiling — and The Dancing Stones' singer in his original form.  

If you learn this song in this key of joy it's delivered, you will live a rich and happy life.

 

I hope you get this message,
Where you won’t, others will;
You may not understand me,
But Billy will love you still
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