George Harrison 33 1/3
He anchored George on his only US tour and he added a soulful veneer to his seventh studio slab which also featured an All-American cast of Stuff keyboardist Richard Tee, along with David Foster, Alvin Taylor, Tom Scott, Billy Preston (on loan from the touring Rolling Stones), and Gary Wright. Dig Willie Weeks' thick slap passage to the opening cut http://bit.ly/2owCVHD "Woman Don't You Cry for Me." Mr. Weeks grooves in the pocket ala his work with Donny Hathaway for "Learning How to Love You" http://bit.ly/2sRqSdr - a track written for Herb Alpert. One of Hari's smoothest platters, this one won the ex-Beatle praise despite the fact that rock and roll times had changed.