From the recording "Meet Me In Memphis"
A rootsy blues-groove in the style of early ZZ Top or the Allman Brothers, this tune is inspired by bassist Leo Goff, who played the entire album on his 1963 Fender Jazz bass (with strings that have been on it since 1969).
This imagery-laden rocker contains with some cool imagery here: fire, smoke, steam, grease, grime. Brian Aylor provides the locomotion on drums, while Walter Hughes shovels the coal onto the fire with his guitar.
“…a high-pressure steam boiler put on wheels and set to music.”