Personnel includes: Billy Preston (vocals, piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer); Syreeta (vocals); George Harrison (slide guitar).
Producers include: Billy Preston, James Di Pasquale, David Shire.
Compilation producer: Mike Ragogna.
Recorded between 1972 and 1979. Includes liner notes by Bill DeYoung.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
This is part of A & M's "20th Century Masters The Millenium Collection" series.
Liner Note Author: Bill DeYoung.
After his work with the Beatles on LET IT BE brought his name to the wider rock audience, R&B stalwart Billy Preston became one of the hottest names in 1970s funk. Like Stevie Wonder, Parliament's Bernie Worrell, and Traffic's Steve Winwood, Preston's core instrument was the electric organ, but he also experimented enthusiastically with synthesizers on instrumental hits such as "Outa-Space," "Struttin,'" and "Space Race." Those giddy, playful funk-pop tunes are a delightful addition to Preston's entry in the budget-line 20TH CENTURY MASTERS: THE MILLENNIUM COLLECTION series, but the meat of the 11-track collection is in the classic funky hits "Nothing From Nothing," "That's The Way God Planned It," and "Will It Go Round In Circles."