||I got the idea
from a freeway sign as we drove under the sign that said Silver Springs,
Maryland. And that's the kind of writer that I am. If I hear a name
I really like, I can maybe write a story about it.
interesting song in what it seems to be saying. Very
bittersweet because she's talking about being MY Silver Spring, and
what we could have been as lovers. A beautifully put together song on a
musical level. It has some of the best guitar work on the album,
speaking for what I was able to contribute to it. A lot of layering and
volume pedals, textures across the top, and acoustic picking.
of what we got into as players you really hear a lot of these delicate
things that went on during the recording. Most of it was amazingly
||I know Stevie
was disappointed that it didn©t make it at the time. We were worried a
bit about the flow of the album and what the album needed. It was a
shame that it didn't make it. It was certainly warranted.
||The reason why
it didn't make it was because vinyl was good quality up to 22 minutes
per side. So we had to cut a song unfortunately.
where it belongs. It should©ve been on the record, and we all loved
it. I get the chills actually, listening to it.
||It's like a
great scene from a movie that gets cut and left on the cutting room
floor. But it is it's a great song.
like the couple is back together!
||At last I can
rest easy. I was the unfortunate person who had to tell Stevie it
wasn©t going on the album. Well now you can forgive me Stevie.