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More than 1.5 billion people from all around the world had watched on television as over sixty pop stars performed on stages in London and Philadelphia.
As much as million had been raised for the starving people in drought-stricken Africa. Yet the communal spirit that had been in evidence at Wembley Stadium, in London, and John F.
The biggest names in rock — some known for their arrogance, others for their egotism — had at least for this day (and the following night and morning) cut the pretentiousness and one-upmanship.
Gathered together at one end of the room - drinking, chatting, carrying on - were Dylan, Richards, Page, Ron Wood, Stephen Stills and former Temptations Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin.
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