George Harrison, of course, eventually did rejoin the Beatles, and the day after Harrison returned, Billy Preston joined in, as well. The addition of an outsider immediately improved the atmosphere and working relations. This can be most easily heard through comparing their musical production before and after, but it can also be seen through their words, as the following transcript illustrates.
Excerpt from Sulpy #22.48; A/B Road: January 22, Disc 3, Track 3
[The band rehearses “Don't Let Me Down”, Preston solos after Lennon's invite]
JOHN: It's great – I say “take it” and he takes it! You're giving us a lift, Bill!
GEORGE: We've been doing this for days, you know.
JOHN: Just choking.
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