It was still a solo track at the time, but Freddie had asked Brian to play a solo on it. Brian did a good solo, but decided he could do better and played it again. Freddie said “No, I don't like it,” and so it went on, and I could see Brian getting more and more tense. After another solo, Freddie said “Oh, that's rubbish.” David Richards, Mike Moran and I were all looking at each other. At the time, it seemed horrific. After another solo, Freddie made some comment like “Oh, come on! You and that fireplace guitar… play it like you mean it!” So Brian let rip with this great solo, and, of course, Freddie had this big grin on his face. He knew what Brian could do, and he was just pushing him.