Johnny Winter was an American rock and blues musician, best known for playing the guitar and singing. He recorded music from 1959 until 2014. His discography includes his records issued during his career and posthumously. Before 1968, Winter's songs were released on the then standard two-sided 45 rpm record format. In 1968, his first album was released and in 1969, he was signed to Columbia Records, where he had his greatest success on the main American record charts. Beginning in 1973, his music was issued by Blue Sky Records, a Columbia custom label
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. All the tracks from album The First Album of Johnny Winter. Johnny Winter - The First Album photo images watch: Release title: Johnny Winter - The First Album. Style of release: Electric Blues music Blues Rock music.
Winter's first Columbia album, Johnny Winter, was recorded and released in 1969. It featured the same backing musicians with whom he had 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") Willie Dixon on upright bass and Big Walter Horton on harmonica
The best album by Johnny Winter is Johnny Winter which is ranked number 7,957 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 184. Johnny Winter is ranked number 2,044 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 649. Members who like this artist also like: Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin and The Rolling Stones Johnny Winter best albums.
Winter's debut album for Columbia was also arguably his bluesiest and best. Straight out of Texas with a hot trio, Winter made blues-rock music for the angels, tearing up a cheap Fender guitar with total abandon on tracks like "I'm Yours and I'm Hers," "Leland Mississippi Blues," and perhaps the slow blues moment to die for on this set, . King's "Be Careful with a Fool
|A1||I'm Yours & I'm Hers||4:27|
|A2||Be Careful With A Fool||5:15|
|B1||Leland Mississippi Blues||3:19|
|B2||Good Morning Little School Girl||2:45|
|B3||When You Got A Good Friend||3:40|
|B4||I'll Drown In My Tears||4:44|
|B5||Back Door Friend||2:57|
NotesOriginally released in 1969 as CBS 63619
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|CS 9826||Johnny Winter||Johnny Winter (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 9826||US||1969|
|SKY 32206||Johnny Winter||Johnny Winter (LP, RP)||CBS||SKY 32206||Spain||Unknown|
|ED CD 163||Johnny Winter||Johnny Winter (CD, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||ED CD 163||UK||1986|
|ED 163||Johnny Winter||Johnny Winter (LP, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||ED 163||UK||1986|
|COL 511230 2, 5112302000||Johnny Winter||Johnny Winter (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Columbia, Legacy||COL 511230 2, 5112302000||Europe||2004|