“I picked this one mainly for their version of You Keep Me Hangin’ On. The pace of it, the heaviness, the mood – I just always really liked it. It’s a very effective piece of music and a cool reinterpretation of the song.
“There’s a video of them playing it live in the studio, and Carmine Appice is doing all of these stick tricks but still nailin’ every lick perfectly. He looks amazing. As a drummer, I find that to be incredibly entertaining.
“The ‘60s and ‘70s must have been a hard time to try to stand out. Drummers probably set their kits up the same way; there was very little variation in how things were done. So anything you could do to be different was probably a real credit to your playing and how you approached things. Carmine definitely made you notice him, but he didn't take away from what the band were doing.”