It was around 1977, and Susie had a client at Wally Heider's named Joey Covington who was performing under the name Joey Love. He was a singer and piano player and he had a song that he wanted me to produce called "Black Tomorrow". The song has a unique hook that waits for a chord change, and the style was right up my alley. I brought in "Sandy" Jack Reiner on drums, and Mike Nania from the bullets on bass. I'm not sure, but I think Jynx Jenkins might have also played a 2nd rhythm guitar on it. We recorded it and mixed it in Studio D. I think Joey was happy with the results, but it was a one-off for me.