DOUG ALDRICH: Previously Unreleased Solo Track Available Online

A previously unreleased track from guitarist Doug Aldrich (WHITESNAKE, ex-DIO) has been made available for streaming at Doug's official web site. Check it out here.

According to a posting at, "this track was originally recorded to be included on Doug's second solo record 'Electrovision' in '97. The track was not finished in time for that release and remained unfinished and unmixed for several years. Recently, Doug came across the track 'Good Morning Sioux' and did a rough mix of it.

"For those people familiar with Doug's solo work at that time, you will find this track fits the vibe of 'Electrovision'."

Commented Aldrich: "This song has a kind of American Indian feel to it. I was inspired by the movie 'Dances With Wolves' and I knew Hendrix was into that so it went in that direction. Anyway, I always liked the song so I thought it might be cool to check it out." "Good Morning Sioux" also features Chris Frazier on drums.


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