I think I'll continue to work as a solo artist.
Back in those days we thought we could change the world.
It will be the first time I've played live with a double bass.
Anywhere you go in the world is what you make of it, not what you read in books.
So if you see Ten Years After, it's not me anymore. I'm very happy with what I am doing now.
I started off playing the clarinet, after I was inspired by listening to my dad's Benny Goodman records.
I went to see John Mayall at the Marquee, with Peter Green on guitar, and that was a particularly good gig.
I think a lot of modern day guitarists start off playing like Eddie van Halen, and they don't take the time to learn the basics.
We also did something called the Texas Peace Festival, which was actually a better gig both musically, and in the way it was organised.
It was by listening to Goodman's band, that I began to notice the guitarist Charlie Christian, who was one of the first musicians to play solos in a big band set-up.