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Ultrasound
  • Artist: Kingsnakes
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479886973
  • Item #: SRD988697
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 6/10/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Ultrasound on CD

This is a digitally remastered release of the Kingsnakes 1991 MusicKing record release of the album Ultrasound. It includes 4 live bonus tracks recorded at Buddy Guys Legends in Chicago All of the songs are original compositions. Here are some of the stories behind the songs. BEST FRIEND BLUES - The lyric goes 'I don't love you, I'm in love with your best friend', it happened to me it could happen to you. In fact, alot of people have told me that they relate to this song WHAT YOU DO - 'I like what you do, what you do to me' GOODBYE LOUISE - this is a New Orleans inspired tune that I wrote in one sitting right before dinner one evening. This is one of those songs that feels like it was channeled through me. I GOTTA WORK - One night at a club on RT 30, I could'nt hold it any longer, so it was time for a bass solo, when I returned to the stage, Mike Boyle and Tim Mazzoni had this funky groove going, and this song was born. GREEN MEANS GO - I had this phrase in my head and wrote this song in the subway on State St in Chicago DEVIL IN MY WHISKEY - This is a B.B. King style slow blues written in 1985 WINDS OF LOVE - In 1990, I volunteered to help victims of a devaststing tornado in Plainfield IL, I was moved by the power and force of Mother nature. At the same time I was experiencing turmoil in my life and I used the storm references as an analogy.