I'm just looking for an angel with a broken wing.
I may not believe in myself, but I believe in what I'm doing.
I don't think the critics could understand what we were doing.
I always believed in the music we did and that's why it was uncompromising.
I think it was that we were really seasoned musicians. We had serious roots that spanned different cultures, obviously the blues.
My vocation is more in composition really than anything else - building up harmonies using the guitar, orchestrating the guitar like an army, a guitar army.
I always felt if we were going in to do an album, there should already be a lot of structure already made up so we could get on with that and see what else happened.
But to put out a greatest hits on one CD was totally impossible, I just couldn't do it. The best compromise was to put out two CDs - Early Days - which is what it is - and Latter Days.
Almost the moment he died, they put him in Playboy as one of the greatest drummers, which he was - there's no doubt about it. There's never been anybody since. He's one of the greatest drummers that ever lived.