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Johnny Winter: Johnny Winter And Live

Review by John Morthland, Creem, June 1971

HOW, YOU MIGHT be asking yourself, could this not be a killer album? After all, it may have taken two albums and several tours, but ...

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Sam & Dave: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, December 1968

Soul Team Plays 'South of the Border' ...

Johnny Winter: The Making Of A Superstar

Report and Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times, 1969

THERE WAS THE Fillmore East, the East Coast's major rock palace, located ingratiously in a heap of garbage, drunks and weekend freaks on Second Ave. ...

Blues Guitar Sound of Johnny Winter Comes North

Profile and Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times, January 1969

JOHNNY WINTER has spent years playing bars and lounges in the South and now, with fingers that fly across his guitar like a Texas tornado, ...

Johnny Winter: Johnny Winter (CBS); Tony Joe White: Black And White (Monument)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, July 1969

THE ONLY OTHER record I possess on English Monument, is Ray Steven's single, 'Mr Businessman', which is beautiful and so is this album by Mr ...

Johnny Winter: Forest Hills Music Festival, Queens NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, July 1969

Agility Marks Blues By Johnny Winter At Forest Hills Fete ...

Chicago, Johnny Winter: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, November 1969

Blodwyn Pig Also on Bill of Jazz and Blues Rock ...

Johnny Winter And with Edgar Winter's White Trash at the Capitol Theater , Port Chester, NY

Live Review by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, 1970

THE ATMOSPHERE was a bit tense and strained at the Capitol this particular night as Columbia Recording Studios was recording all of what was going ...

Johnny Winter And... Mississippi Fred?

Live Review by Rick McGrath, Georgia Straight, The, April 1970

WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTED to go to every bloody concert that comes to town and try to reach a critical judgment (or something like that), sometimes ...

Johnny Winter: On Music, Hype and Happiness

Interview by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, October 1970

FOR TOO long there, it seemed to Johnny Winter like he would never be known for his music as much as he would be known ...

Johnny Winter

Profile by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, June 1972

THE BEST NEWS of last week was that Johnny Winter, after a year in medical exile, was once again alive and functioning, and due to ...

Johnny Winter: Back and Kicking

Profile and Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, July 1973

THE HOUSE is an easy hour by car from the wall-to-wall insanity of midtown Manhattan, situated in one of the bedroom communities just over the ...

Johnny Winter: Still Alive And Well

Review by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, Spring 1973

BY NOW EVERYONE must know the reason it took Johnny Winter such a long time to get around to recording this album was not simply ...

Saints and Sinners: Johnny Winter's Celebration of Freedom

Report and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, March 1974

IN A HUGE Connecticut mansion, the kind reserved for bank presidents -and rock stars, a tall, thin, albino blues player kneeled before a massive fireplace, ...

Johnny Winter: Saints And Sinners

Review by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, March 1974

YOU'D THINK that anyone who's paid as many dues as Johnny Winter would just wanna sit back and collect residuals, now wouldn't you? Not Johnny, ...

Johnny Winter: Saints and Sinners/Roy Buchanan: That's What I Am Here For

Review by John Morthland, Phonograph Record, April 1974

IT'S A SAD DAY indeed for guitar freaks when two of the best in the business turn out the spottiest albums of their careers. But ...

Johnny Winter: the New Victoria Theatre, London; Man and Badfinger: the Adelphi, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, Times, The, October 1974

JOHNNY WINTER inspires one of Rock music's more curious secret societies. ...

Johnny and Edgar Winter: Two Hazy Shades of Winter

Report and Interview by David Rensin, Rolling Stone, January 1976

OAKLAND – "My band's a dictatorship and Edgar's is a democracy," Johnny Winter blurted out through the hotel-room haze after playing the last of three ...

Nils Lofgren, Johnny Winter: University of Texas, Dallas

Live Review by Miles, NME, August 1977

THE UNIVERSITY of Texas auditorium was packed and standing with 3,300 big people. Some were seven foot tall, wearing Stetson hats, cowboy boots and chewing ...

Dis Man am de Saviour of de Blues. An’ Dis am no Joke...

Interview by Miles, NME, December 1977

Live from Fort Worth, Texas: JOHNNY WINTER talks to Miles ...because it seems like the world's whitest blues player is really getting it together after ...

Muddy Waters: I'm Ready

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, January 1978

"If you're watching me and Johnny Winter, the show is MEANT to be in black and white." ...

Johnny Winter: The Bluesman Do Play Rock and Roll...

Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar World, November 1985

...and Cajun-style, and country ...

see also Rick Derringer

see also Edgar Winter

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