Ken Caillat - UT San Diego (06.05.2013)

“At that point, there was basically a peace accord, and I thought: ‘Thank heaven! Now we can get on with making a record. What I didn’t realize is, the lyrics still existed. So, every time we’d be working on a song, like working on a vocal harmony or an organ part, the lyrics would piss somebody off again. So it kept stirring this tension into the musical soup, and I think it helped keep things on track.”

He chuckled. “It wasn’t like we were making a lighthearted comedy album. It was more like (Lindsey saying to Stevie): ‘What’s a good chord to put on “Go Your Own Way,” bitch?’“