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Best of Johnny Winter
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  • Personnel includes: Johnny Winter (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, harp); Rick Derringer (vocals, guitar); Randy Jo Hobbs (vocals, bass); Bobby Caldwell (percussion).
  • Producers: Rick Derringer, Johnny Winter.
  • Compilation producer: Lawrence Cohn.
  • Includes liner notes Lawrence Cohn.
  • This is a Super Audio CD playable only on Super Audio CD players.
  • Personnel includes: Johnny Winter (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, harp); Rick Derringer (vocals, guitar); Randy Jo Hobbs (vocals, bass); Bobby Caldwell (percussion).
  • Producers: Rick Derringer, Johnny Winter.
  • Compilation producer: Lawrence Cohn.
  • Includes liner notes Lawrence Cohn.
  • After decades in the music business, the blues-fueled rock & roll of guitar great Johnny Winter can still cause a commotion. This retrospective on the early career of the albino blues master showcases some of the flashiest guitar chops ever recorded. From the extended dual guitar leads on live tracks like "It's My Own Fault" and "Mean Town Blues" to the slide-guitar mania of "I'm Yours and I'm Hers," Winter dazzles the listener with his well-honed craft.
  • A solid mixture of original tunes and interesting covers, this 16-track disc expresses the diversity present in all of Winter's music. His love for soul is visible in his gritty, emotional voice ("Miss Ann") while his more straightforward rock tendencies find just as strong an outlet ("Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo"). For fans of good ol' rock & roll from the days when blues made it's way into all sorts of music, this disc will not disappoint.
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