Belvin and Chester clapped, keeping the beat. A whole minute of clapping while Feltz pounded the drums. Lefty never grew tired of hearing her creations take life. Then, Petrov strummed his guitar, almost blowing out the amp. Rainier stood next to it, and the shock of the noise threw her bass line half a beat off.
But the delay added a texture that became a signature of the song, and the engineers, Skaggs and Wilton, pumped their fists with delight.
Lefty knew, right then, that she had another hit in the books.