Johnny Winter And/Live Johnny Winter And

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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
For some, Johnny Winter's debut album for Columbia remains his high-water mark for its seamless meld of blues and hard rock. For most of the rest, it was his later group, with Rick Derringer and Murray Krugman stepping into the producer's chairs as well as Derringer being a member of the band, which provided the defining moments in '70s blues-rock. BGO assembles the first studio album and Live Johnny Winter into a smoking double-disc package that offers the real differences between what this band attempted to do in the studio -- it sounds undeniably dated with all of the phase shifters and primitive guitar pedal and keyboard work -- and the incendiary stage attack this band ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
For some, Johnny Winter's debut album for Columbia remains his high-water mark for its seamless meld of blues and hard rock. For most of the rest, it was his later group, with Rick Derringer and Murray Krugman stepping into the producer's chairs as well as Derringer being a member of the band, which provided the defining moments in '70s blues-rock. BGO assembles the first studio album and Live Johnny Winter into a smoking double-disc package that offers the real differences between what this band attempted to do in the studio -- it sounds undeniably dated with all of the phase shifters and primitive guitar pedal and keyboard work -- and the incendiary stage attack this band was capable of. The basic deal is this: BGO takes great care in their remastering efforts and in presentation with fine liner note essays, and it separates the albums onto two discs. The first disc has the original version of "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo," that Derringer scored with some years later, and the latter is all killer, no filler. Check "Mean Town Blues," for proof.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/11/2007
  • Label: Bgo - Beat Goes On
  • EAN: 5017261206107
  • Catalog Number: 610
  • Sales rank: 15,484

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Johnny Winter And Primary Artist
Rick Derringer Guitar, Vocals
Johnny Winter Guitar, Vocals, Indexed Contributor
Randy Jo Hobbs Bass, Bass Guitar, Vocals
Randy Z Drums
Technical Credits
John Lee Hooker Composer
Chuck Berry Composer
Rick Derringer Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Mick Jagger Composer
Lou Reed Composer
Johnny Winter Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Pete Shelley Composer
Ron Albert Engineer
Tim Geelan Engineer
Mark "Moogy" Klingman Composer
Murray Krugman Producer
Russ Payne Engineer
Keith Richards Composer
Lee Ritenour Composer
Alan Robinson Liner Notes
Roy Segal Engineer
Jim Greene Engineer
Howie Albert Engineer
Randy Z Composer
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