Billy Preston – “That’s The Way God Planned It” b/w “What About You” (Apple 12) (1969)



Hmmm, let’s have a look at today’s headlines: Jihadi veterans of Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan join callow foreign idealists on frontline of Aleppo…Reports suggest as many as 2,000 workers involved in fight at Foxconn factory in China…Former England football captain John Terry has retired from international football, blaming the FA for making his position ‘untenable’…Shares in the sports chain JJB Sports suspended as investors refuse to stump up any extra cash to save the company…Report on global warming warns of global food insecurity as Persian Gulf, Libya, and Pakistan expected to be hardest hit…Woman pronounced dead at the scene after branch falls during wet and windy weather conditions in London…Steven Gerrard says Liverpool have not been good enough this season but believes it is not time to panic yet….

No worries though, that’s the way God planned it. That’s the way God wants it to be, apparently.

I had a US copy of this sans picture sleeve, and so couldn’t resist the UK version with cover art of this quite good George H. produced gospel. Especially for 25 pee.

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Published in: on September 24, 2012 at 9:10 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Did you know that the massive afro he had in the 1970’s was a wig?

    • No, that was the way God permed it.

      • Right on!


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