PooreBoy and samthesham like this. Location: Seattle. The amount of incredible masterpieces Johnny released is staggering. In fact by volume of masterworks I think he beats them all. I started with the Alligator albums of the 80's but almost all of the 70's stuff is amazing. The sound just explodes off the grooves on LP vinyl. The early albums all of course absolutely essential as well. I probably own Winter records and have plus songs of his on my Ipod.
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No, create an account now. The peak chart positions refer to Billboard's "Blues Albums" chart. After signing to Columbia Records inWinter's former associates began licensing albums consisting of his previous singles and demos for various labels. The rest of those listed below contain songs that were recorded from on. It was directed by Greg Olliver and is minutes long. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Johnny Winter discography In concert Retrieved April 17, Retrieved April 16, Retrieved April 19, Bad News - Johnny Winter - First Winter (Vinyl Glide Magazine.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Winter signed to the independent blues label Alligator Records, for which he made Guitar Slinger, released in May It returned him to the charts, and its follow-up, Serious Business September was another chart entry.
He completed his commitment to Alligator with 3rd Degree November The album represented an attempt to take him in the more commercial direction of ZZ Top's synthesized blues-boogie, but the attempt backfired, and the album did not chart. He followed it with Hey, Where's Your Brother? November 3, Winter focused more on concert work than recording Album) the early '90s. Six years passed before the release of I'm a Bluesman June 15, In Septemberhe announced that he had signed to Megaforce Records.
His label debut, Roots, appeared in True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story, LP, a multi-disc retrospective spanning his six decades as a professional musician, celebrated his 70th birthday in earlybut Winter passed away on July 16 while on tour in Switzerland during the summer of that year.
His final album, the guest-laden Step Back, was released a little over a month later, and it showed his skills as a guitar player in his last days had not diminished.
Step Back 4 2 Votes. Roots 3. I'm A Bluesman 3. Hey, Where's Your Brother? Let Me In 3. Album) Winter of '88 2. Serious Business 3 4 Votes. Guitar Slinger 3. Raisin' Cain 3. Nothin' but the Blues 3. Still Alive And Well 3.
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