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“Our dreamy one. It was one of our simple jams, kind of Hendrixy. I thought there wasn’t enough there to make a song, but sometimes you have to think simpler when you’re working on a foundation for other people to build on. The band wanted to work on it, and my idea is to give them what they need to get to a particular place, so I tried to keep it from going too crazy.
“There’s some great Wurlitzer keyboard things that Don is playing. The song is a little like Riders On The Storm, so that kind of approach fit. Ian Gillan is at his very best here.
“There’s a little bit of slide playing – three phrases – and then I switch to my fingers. The solo is very melodic, somewhat David Gilmour-esque. That’s Bob’s influence; he’s worked with David and a lot of great melodic players. He keeps me from burning too much. He’ll roll his eyes and go, ‘Morse…’ And that’s all he has to say.” [Laughs]