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“Lindsey walked in with a demo, in his wonderfully ordered fashion from the days when he’d just joined Fleetwood Mac, until he realized that John and I played in a certain way, which was compliant to the structures and aspirations of a songwriter.
“But really, he was very soon to learn that, because I’m dyslexically connected to drum parts – meaning that I truly don’t know how to repeat anything – my playing tends to be this funny random stuff that luckily people like. Hopefully, it has a charm to it.
“Basically, it’s my version of turning everything backwards, perfectly dyslexically, and Lindsey and I came up with something we were all happy with. It’s like the song Station Man from the Kiln House album – the fills are all backwards.
“I love playing this song. It’s one of my favorites because I get to kick the hell out of my drums, and it’s got that wonderfully primal part. It's a great ‘let loose’ stage song, in which I can revert to my old animal ways and not be quite so polite. Lindsey is a full-on rock ‘n’ roller on this song, and that I love.”