Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Long lost album recorded in 1980 by Texan Guitar legend Johnny Winter. Re packaged and re mastered and available for the first time on CD . Features one of the best ever versions of Bob Dylan?s 'Like A Rolling Stone' and t... more »
Long lost album recorded in 1980 by Texan Guitar legend Johnny Winter. Re packaged and re mastered and available for the first time on CD . Features one of the best ever versions of Bob Dylan?s 'Like A Rolling Stone' and the blues classic Rollin? And Tumblin? This album deserves to be up there with Guitar Slinger.
Johnny still the best!
T. Spencer | CA USA | 06/01/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Having been a Johnny Winter fan for the past 15 years, and having seen him several times, this album is a great collection for any Johnny Winter fan. It is not his best work, but a good CD non the less. Since it is a 3-piece band, which Johnny prefers, he makes the most of the songs albiet they are cover tunes. I especially like his version of Bob Dylan's "Like a rolling Stone". and "New York New York". The atmosphere of the album seems to be Johnny just having fun, which as we know is when Johnny plays his best guitar!"
Raisin' Cain way back in 1980
Mark D. Greenwald | Harrisburg, Pennsylvania | 07/19/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Johnny Winter has been a favorite of mine since I started learning how to play guitar in the late 1970's and this album has some great guitar work on it. My favorite track has to be Talk is Cheap. It's got a great rhythm section and great guitar work from Winter. There are other noteworthy songs including The Crawl, Sittin' in the Jailhouse & Rollin' Tumblin' but Talk is Cheap has made this one of my top Winter selections for years. It does not equal the Alligator releases but has good energy. Difficult to find in modern formats though."
Good players smokin band
Michael W. Howell | 11/17/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw these guys back in 1980 when they were touring this album. Johnny was great, and the bass player played bass and harmonica at the same time. What you hear on this album is what they played live."