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Artist: Johnny Winter Title Of Album: True To The Blues: The Johnny Winter Story Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Legacy Genre: Blues Rock Quality: Mp3 Bitrate: V0 VBR Total Time: 268:19 Min To. This career-spanning box set captures Johnny's most electrifying performances over four decades of rock and roll and celebrates his 70th birthday which is on February 23, 2014.
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Johnny Winter - Sweet Papa John 03:10. Edgar Winter - Harlem Shuffle 03:51. Johnny Winter - It's My Own Fault 11:52. Johnny Winter - Leland Mississippi Blues 04:58. Johnny Winter - Miss Ann 03:38. Johnny Winter - Hustled Down in Texas 03:30. Johnny Winter - Highway 61 Revisited 05:03. Johnny Winter - Johnny B. Goode 03:40. Johnny Winter - Rock Me Baby 03:48. Johnny Winter - Roll With Me 04:49. Johnny Winter - Rollin' 'Cross the Country 04:31. Johnny Winter - Bad Luck Situation 02:49. Johnny Winter - Hurtin' so Bad 04:38.
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Johnny Winter - True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story
Artist...............: Johnny Winter
Album................: True to the Blues: The Johnny Winter Story
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Bad Luck and Trouble
Mean Town Blues
Mike Bloomfield’s Introduction Of Johnny Winter (Live)
It’s My Own Fault (Live)
I’m Yours And I’m Hers
Mean Mistreater (with Willie Dixon and Walter “Shakey” Horton)
Be Careful With A Fool
Leland Mississippi Blues (Live)
Highway 61 Revisited
Hustled Down In Texas
Black Cat Bone (Live)
Johnny B. Goode (Live)
Eyesight to the Blind (previously unreleased, live at Atlanta Pop Festival, 1970)
Johnny Winter’s Intro (live at Atlanta Pop Festival, 1970)
Prodigal Son (previously unreleased, live at Atlanta Pop Festival, 1970)
Mean Mistreater (Live)
Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo
Guess I’ll Go Away
On The Limb
It’s My Own Fault (Live)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Live)
Good Morning Little School Girl (Live)
Mean Town Blues (Live)
Still Alive and Well
Rock Me Baby
Rock & Roll
Rollin’ ’Cross The Country
Hurtin’ So Bad
Bad Luck Situation
Self Destructive Blues
Sweet Papa John
Rock & Roll People
Harlem Shuffle (Live with Edgar Winter)
Bony Moronie (Live)
Roll With Me (Live)
Tired Of Tryin’
Walkin’ Thru The Park (with Muddy Waters and James Cotton)
I Done Got Over It (live, with Muddy Waters and James Cotton)
One Step at a Time
Honest I Do
Talk Is Cheap
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Bon Ton Roulet
Don’t Take Advantage of Me
Stranger Blues (Live)
Illustrated Man (with Dr. John)
Highway 61 Revisited (Live)
Maybelline (featuring Vince Gill)
Dust My Broom (featuring Derek Trucks)
CD 1, Tracks 1-2 from The Progressive Blues Experiment (Liberty LP-12431, recorded 1968, released 1969)
CD 1, Tracks 3-4 from Fillmore East: The Lost Concert Tapes 12/13/68 (Columbia/Legacy 85278, recorded 1968, released 2003)
CD 1, Tracks 5-8 from Johnny Winter (Columbia 9826, recorded and released 1969)
CD 1, Track 9 from The Woodstock Experience (Columbia/Legacy 88697 48244 2, recorded 1969, released 2009)
CD 1, Tracks 10-13 from Second Winter (Columbia 9947, recorded and released 1969)
CD 1, Tracks 14-15 from Second Winter: Legacy Edition (Columbia/Legacy 85735, recorded 1970 at The Royal Albert Hall, London, released 2004)
CD 2, Tracks 1 & 3 previously unreleased, recorded July 5, 1970 at Atlanta Pop Festival, outtakes from The First Great Rock Festivals of the Seventies – Isle of Wight/Atlanta Pop
CD 2, Tracks 2 & 4 from The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies – Isle of Wight/Atlanta Pop (Columbia 30805, recorded July 5, 1970, at Middle Georgia Raceway, Byron, GA, released 1971)
CD 2, Tracks 5-7 from Johnny Winter And (Columbia 30221, recorded and released 1970)
CD 2, Tracks 8-9 from Johnny Winter And/Live (Columbia 30475, recorded 1970 at Pirate’s World, Dania, FL, released 1971)
CD 2, Tracks 10-11 from Live At The Fillmore East 10/3/70 (Collectors’ Choice 60002, recorded 1970, released 2010)
CD 3, Tracks 1-3 from Still Alive And Well (Columbia 32188, recorded and released 1973)
CD 3, Tracks 4-6 from Saints & Sinners (Columbia 32715, recorded 1974, released 1975)
CD 3, Tracks 7-9 from John Dawson Winter III (Blue Sky 33292, recorded and released 1974)
CD 3, Track 10 from Together (Blue Sky 34033, recorded 1975 at Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, released 1976)
CD 3, Tracks 11-12 from Captured Live! (Blue Sky 33944, recorded 1976 at San Diego Sports Arena and Oakland Coliseum, released 1976)
CD 3, Tracks 13-15 from Nothin’ But The Blues (Blue Sky 34813, recorded and released 1977)
CD 3, Track 16 from Breakin’ It Up, Breakin’ It Down (Columbia/Legacy 88697 07283 2, recorded 1977 at Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, released 2007)
CD 4, Tracks 1-3 from White, Hot & Blue (Blue Sky 35475, recorded and released 1978)
CD 4, Tracks 4-6 from Raisin’ Cain (Blue Sky 36343, recorded 1979, released 1980)
CD 4, Track 7 from Guitar Slinger (Alligator 4735, recorded and released 1984)
CD 4, Track 8 from Serious Business (Alligator 4742, recorded and released 1985)
CD 4, Track 9 from 3rd Degree (Alligator 4748, recorded and released 1986)
CD 4, Track 10 from Live Bootleg Series Vol. 3 (Friday Music 1085, recorded late 1980s, released 2008)
CD 4, Track 11 from Let Me In (Pointblank 91744-2, recorded and released 1991)
CD 4, Track 12 from Hey, Where’s Your Brother? (Pointblank 0777 7 86512 2 2, rec. and rel. 1992)
CD 4, Track 13 from Bob Dylan – The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (Columbia 53230, recorded 1992 at Madison Square Garden, released 1993)
CD 4, Tracks 14-15 from Roots (Megaforce 1603, recorded and released 2011)
There has always been more to the Johnny Winter story than meets the eye, and if stepping into the role of a whirlwind albino electric blues guitar player from Texas with a brilliant slide style was the very role he was born to fill, he took a while to get there. For starters, he was born in Mississippi, which might explain something, and then grew up in Texas, where he played clarinet before switching over to guitar at the age of 11. Early on he played country before discovering the blues, and realizing there was no money and little future in playing the blues, he turned to studio pop in the early ’60s.
Times change, though, and by the end of that decade Winter had returned to the blues, where being an amazing electric guitar player with a roaring voice brought him his true calling.
That’s where this four-disc, 56-track box set picks up the story, the first such set to span the commercial and in-the-public-eye portion of Winter’s career, beginning in 1968 and running all the way through to his Roots album, which was released in 2011, deftly drawing on some 27 albums from various labels, including Columbia, Liberty/Imperial, Blue Sky/Epic, Alligator, Point Blank/Virgin, Friday Music, Collectors’ Choice
Music, Megaforce, and Legacy. It’s an impressive catalog of blistering slide runs and manic, propulsive blues shuffles, stomps, and boogies, all delivered with Winter’s roar of a voice. Winter’s career has made him nothing short of a monument, really, in the postmodern blues world, an iconic player who could take a song like Bob Dylan’s “Highway 61 Revisited” (included here) and make it his own, turning out what is perhaps the definitive version of it in much the same manner that Jimi Hendrix did with Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower.” It’s an apt comparison, really, because although Winter never quite had the theatric flair that Hendrix had (one can’t imagine Winter burning a guitar on-stage, for instance), he may have been just as responsible for the idea of modern power blues, and certainly no one has done it longer or done it any better than Johnny Winter. This box set presents a huge slab of that legacy.