“Station To Station was a really cool track because we were assembling it as we went along. Like on Stay, we really had a pretty tight arrangement worked out, but Station To Station was developed in the studio. Station To Station is really like two songs stuck together; there’s the grungy tempo part, and then in the middle it goes up to that uptempo bit. The feedback at the beginning of the track was me and David going through two sets of Marshall stacks in the live room at Cherokee Studios. It was two in the morning, and we were just feeding back like two crazy guys.
“I’m not sure who played what, but there were two guitars going at the same time: a Stratocaster and a Les Paul. For the solo in the second half of the song – the uptempo part of the song – I remember sitting there constructing that with David. It starts off with a Chuck Berry kind of lick, and then we just sat there with two guitars, banging around on things I came up with and working up the solo. So it wasn’t comp’d – we composed it, which is something we rarely did to that extent. I remember very clearly sitting there together and composing it. That’s a pretty good memory.”