The working title for this cut was "Turkey Dawg". Why? We thought that combining the riff from Hey Bulldog and the chordal lick from Cold Turkey would work together; thus Turkey Dawg. Starting with the groove, we took a track from our last recording which was a rhythm that Bernard and I played together. We then doubled the track to thicken up the groove. Why stop there? We layered the same track a third time underneath but playing it backward. Then, for a little icing on the cake, we added some phasing bewteen the parts. We had our groove. We open the tune with that part for a few bars. We also wanted the Hey Bulldog riff broken up at first with the grooove in between phrases. It was a bit of a challenge to get the melody to have it's own flavor. Imitating the human voice, especially Lennon and McCartney's wasn't easy but Bruce and Klem nailed the phrasing straight away. Add a little screaming B3 from Sonny and you're good to go. I really like the Cold Turkey chords at the end...over a bed of Bernard Purdie funkiness. Voila! Hey Bulldog (aka Turkey Dawg)
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