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Johnny B. Goode

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E.Z. Rider (Live)
Artist: Edgar Winter , I.P. Sweat , Uncle John Turner, Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
5:34
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Black Cat Bone (Live)
4:47
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Goin' Down Slow
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Five After Four AM
3:03
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I Can Love You Baby (Live)
2:50
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Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
2:16
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38-32-20 Blues
2:17
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Parchman Farm
2:41
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Don't Drink Whiskey
1:09
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Gangster Of Love
2:27
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Bring It On Home
2:42
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Hook You
3:34
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Living In The Blues
2:29
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Hoochie Coochie Man
3:00
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Gangster Of Love (Instrumental)
2:34
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Messing With The Kid (Live)
Artist: Edgar Winter , I.P. Sweat , Uncle John Turner, Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
4:39
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Walking By Myself (Live)
Artist: Edgar Winter , I.P. Sweat , Uncle John Turner, Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
5:28
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Johnny B. Goode (Live)
Artist: Edgar Winter , I.P. Sweat , Uncle John Turner, Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 60:46

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Johnny B. Goode is a compilation on Rex, the Sony BMG partnership label for reissues. It’s budget but offers solid material from Johnny Winter’s early years with Columbia, from “Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo” and “Still Alive and Well” to “Stray Cat Blues,” “I’ll Drown in My Tears,” and his trademark version of “Rollin’ & Tumblin’.” The early Winter band featured Tommy Shannon and Uncle John Turner (who late formed the rhythm section of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Double Trouble and the Arc Angels). Winter’s brother Edgar appears here as well. This is a solid portrait of Johnny Winter as he was hitting his stride and changing the face of electric blues-rock. – Thom Jurek

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