For the uninitiated, 3 JACKS HIGH serves as the perfect rockabilly primer that kicks off with MY BABY DRIVES ME CRAZY, a wild rocker that surely will make people drive off the road. And then there's no slowing down. A FINE TUNED LOVE MACHINE lets Jerry Lee Lewis impersonator Thommy Borssén roll the keys like the mad man he is. BAD BAD BOY shows the red thread with its tongue-in-cheek lyrics and steady groove - a sure hit. And then the lovely boogie stomper HONEY BEE that would have made even Elvis jealous in his heydays. Gangsta swing meets the blues in DUANES BLUES. Don't miss the kick ass trumpet by Ulrik Hog-lund. HAIL TO MR FORD is a true anthem to all Chevrolet owners and then we go nuts to THE JOINT IS JUMPING WILD with it's fine mix of hard boogie and New Orleans brass. DEVILS PLAN takes on the bands favorite issue - bad women, and then we go below with DOWN TO HELL - a dark track with a twang accom-panied by the steel hands of Gunnar Frick (Ray Davies band), just to thrown you back to Sun Studios and the year 1955 in SWEET MISERY. And I CAN TOUCH THE MOON shows that Jorgens songwriting skills is wide and sends a nice cajun feeling to the track line up. Then we swing-a-boogie to TRUE LOVE, a true dance floor raver, followed by DO THE BOOGIE flavored with some the orgasmic wailing on the guitar. The album is bookended with a lovely romantic duet between Jorgen and his wife Marie called I HOPE I'LL SEE YOU SOON backed up by the sweet saxophone of Torbjorn Stenson. Once again THE BUCKSHOTS shows that they can handle a wide variety of genres and make them their own!
01 My baby drives me crazy 02 A fine tuned love machine 03 Bad bad boy 04 Honey bee 05 Duanes blues 06 Hail to mr ford 07 Joint is jumping wild 08 Devils plan 09 Down to hell 10 Sweet misery 11 I can touch the moon 12 True love
13 Do the boogie 14 I hope ill meet you soon (duet with