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Johnny Winter - Rockpalast:Blues Rock Legends mp3 track

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Performer: Johnny Winter
Title: Rockpalast:Blues Rock Legends
Released: 2011
Style: Blues Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.2 ✦

Johnny Winter is Johnny Winter's second studio album, released in 1969. UK CBS issued this with nine tracks in late 1969 in both stereo and mono (S63619/M63619). This album may have been intended as a Quadraphonic album as a four-channel reel was prepared but to this day remains unreleased. I'm Yours & I'm Hers" (Johnny Winter) – 4:33. Be Careful with a Fool" (Joe Josea, B. B. King) – 5:17. Dallas" (Johnny Winter) – 2:48. Mean Mistreater" (James Gordon) – 3:54.

The perfect mix of blues and rock. Greetings from Holland. Dolf Jans, Dunno who you are mate but sheez! I will hire you for my private DJ! I was born and brought up in Melbourne and your selections couldn’t be closer to what I listen to – Blues, Rock a tiny smattering of Jazz and the occasional Oz hit from the past and present. Commendable work to say the least! Really enjoy the music!

Johnny Winter chronology. Rockpalast: Blues Rock Legends Vol. 3 (2011). Setlist: The Very Best of Johnny Winter Live (2011). Roots is an album by blues guitarist and singer Johnny Winter On Roots, Winter and his band perform eleven blues standards. Each song features a different guest performer. These featured musical artists include Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, John Popper, Vince Gill, and Johnny's brother Edgar Winter

Live Rockpalast 1979. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Live. Johnny Winter (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Live Rockpalast 1979.

Winter's first Columbia album, Johnny Winter was recorded and released in 1969. It featured the same backing musicians with whom he recorded The Progressive Blues Experiment, bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Uncle John Turner, plus Edgar Winter on keyboards and saxophone, and (for his "Mean Mistreater") blues legends Willie Dixon on upright bass and Big Walter Horton on harmonica. The album featured a few selections that became Winter signature songs, including his composition "Dallas" (an acoustic blues, on which Winter played a steel-bodied, resonator guitar), John.