Here's a nice new interview with Joey that includes a few tidbits about the Fabs:
In the early 1970s, Molland, Ham, Evans and drummer Mike Gibbins found themselves in the inner circle of the post-breakup Fab Four. They not only performed on George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass" album and John Lennon's "Imagine" album, but joined Harrison, Ringo Starr and other musical giants onstage at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971. Harrison also produced some Molland-written songs for the band's "Straight Up" album that year.
Working and performing with members of The Beatles was intimidating, Molland said.
"They were The Beatles and there was no getting around that," he said. "I love The Beatles and I love to play, but to be in a studio with these guys either playing for them or with them was a very intimidating experience — a scary thing!
"John Lennon played us 'Jealous Guy' just one time all the way through," Molland said. "The beauty of these songs are that they are simple to play: intro, verses, chorus, another verse, a solo, another chorus and the end. Once you grasp those things, you can play the songs easily. But it's still Lennon singing the song! Or it's George Harrison singing in your earphones. It was all of the (emotions) you would imagine: frightening, intimidating, exhilarating."