1. Grape Jelly

From the recording Grape Jelly

<p>Eric was the saxman for Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.&nbsp; He and Skip Nallia wrote this tune and named it after one of Gate's favorite foods: grape jelly.&nbsp; Gate liked the groove&nbsp;so much that he added it to his album, "Back to Bogalusa".&nbsp; When they performed&nbsp;at the Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Carlos Santana&nbsp;jammed with the band and clapped his hands over his head right after Eric's screaming solo.&nbsp; You can enjoy the full version on the DVD.</p>