“I’d never heard anything like this before. Back then, Tull were very much a blues band, but Clive Bunker was a real big band drummer. He had a very busy style, but it worked for the format.
“There’s a song on the album called Dharma For One that has a short drum solo, but they would stretch it out live. It was the first drum solo I ever witnessed in concert. That really sticks out as being a big moment for me.
“The opening track, My Sunday Feeling, has the same feel as Manic Depression. It’s a rocked-out, jazzy kind of thing, and Clive, coming from the big band school of drumming, brings it all together beautifully. Another great one is Cat’s Squirrel, which is almost like a jam song. I just love Clive’s reckless abandon behind the kit. It’s like he made it all up as he went along, with so much spirit and energy.”