• Frontman Chris Robinson told The Black Crowes Bootleg Project about this song, which was caught in a single take: "This is an example of a one-take tune on the album. Luther's (Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars, who officially joined the Crowes with this album) solo is one seamless piece. When the Black Crowes play this kind of Rock music, it's something unique and cryptic, and the riff that Rich (Robinson) came up helps you stay on the ride."
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