“It’s a sweet little Blind Boy Fuller song. If it sounds a little loose, well, there’s a very good reason for that. We recorded it during our album-wrap celebration, and everybody was in various states of intoxication.
“We had this massive barbecue on the back porch of the studio, with all these drinks and about 20 bottles of wine. Before you knew what was going on, guitars started coming out and we were playing. Get alcohol and musicians together and that's what happens.
“Anton, I think he was he was scratching his drumsticks on a wicker chair; Rick, our keyboardist, was banging on something while he was whistling; and I was singing and playing lead guitar. Meanwhile, Kevin directed the whole thing.
“Given the circumstances under which we recorded it, it’s a little ramshackle, but it’s got spirit. A neat capper for the album. Listen to it and go back to the beginning again - that's what I say."
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