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8 thoughts on “ Self Destructive Blues - Johnny Winter - John Dawson Winter III (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Self-Destructive Blues Lyrics: Woke up this mornin', feelin' bad / Thinkin' 'bout the good things I once had had / Ain't no good, feelin' this a way / Gonna rock my blues away / Gonna get up / And.
    John Dawson Winter III
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for John Dawson Winter III - Johnny Winter on AllMusic -
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  3. Dec 10,  · Tribute Album 'True To The Blues: The Johnny Winter Story' Out 2/23 liner notes for True To The Blues, "John Dawson 'Johnny' Winter III .
    Johnny Winter - John Dawson Winter III (1974)
  4. John Dawson Winter III (February 23, – July 16, ), known as Johnny Winter, was an American blues singer and guitarist. Best known for his high-energy blues-rock albums and live performances in the late s and s, Winter also produced three Grammy Award-winning albums for blues singer and guitarist Muddy stelfeccamarnewscortdekindtherivesemb.coinfo his time with Waters, Winter recorded several .
    Self Destructive Blues
  5. John Dawson Winter III is not without flaws -- his vocal on "Sweet Papa John," a blues patterned after the earliest Muddy Waters sides, returns to the thin huskiness he has mostly mastered, and the horns on two cuts would have been best omitted. Still, Winter displays an .
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  6. I started searching for John Dawson Winter III on CD when I got my first CD player in It has long been my favorite Johnny Winter set, and one of my favorite albums, period. This is Johnny Winter at his rocking best. I never understood why it was not available /5(41).
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  8. Jul 15,  · John Dawson Winter III, like his near-contemporary scion of the Texan upper-middle class William F Gibbons, was first exposed to blues and R&B because that was what his family’s maid listened to as she cooked and cleaned. He identified with the bluesmen because, like him, they were the wrong colour: they were black and he, as an albino, was.
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