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    Full of Fire

    "I bought it when it came out; I bought the single. I think it's like '75 or something like that. I always liked the song, I'm a HUGE Al Green fan. [The Rationals] met him early on in his career, when he was doing 'Back Up Train,' his first single, before he got on Hi Records, and we got a chance to back him up one time at the Rooster Tail, so I've always been a fan. That particular one was never a huge hit, so it's kind of attractive to me as an obscure R&B tune that people aren't really familiar with...they all know 'Love and Happiness' and all the hits and stuff, but not this one. [The Jones Bros.] were playing this house party, and Jubei [Hughes] the bass player, said "Let's go back and play an Al Green song." I started thinking about it and thought maybe we could learn it, and then we went out to California to record, and I had a couple of originals, and the rest of the band wanted to do 'Full of Fire' because it was in our live show. So we ended up doing that one. Jubei on bass, John Burke on drums, and Manny Alvarez on guitar. We recorded at the old Beach Boys' Brother Studio in Santa Monica; it's called 4th Street now. That was the second session we did...we did a session a year before, and I didn't even know it was the Beach Boys' studio. This guy walked in and said, 'Hey, this is the old Beach Boys studio, and I started looking around and seeing the sunrays over the door and stuff. Kinda freaky." - SCOTT MORGAN

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