Johnny Winter

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Johnny Winter in 1990.

John Dawson Winter III (February 23, 1944-) is an albino blues musician from Beaumount, Texas, United States. His brother, Edgar Winter, is also a famous musician. He also works as producer and produced two Grammy winning albums of Muddy Waters (Hard again, I´m ready).

Discography[change | edit source]

Official albums[change | edit source]

Compilation albums[change | edit source]

  • The Johnny Winter Story (1969)
  • About Blues (1970)
  • Early Times (1970)
  • Before The Storm (1970)
  • Birds Can't Row Boats (1988)
  • The Texas Tornado (1992)
  • A Rock n' Roll Collection (1994)
  • White Hot Blues (1997)
  • Winter Blues (1997)
  • Texas Blues: The Early Years (1998)
  • The Return of Johnny Guitar - best of 1984-86 (2000)
  • Deluxe Edition (Alligator) (2001)
  • The Best of Johnny Winter (Sony) (2002)

Non-official albums[change | edit source]

  • Austin, TX also known as The Progressive Blues Experiment (1972)
  • Dervish Blues (live San Bernardino, Ca.) (1975)
  • Whole Lotta Love (1978)
  • Ready for Winter (1981)
  • Still Blues After All These Years/Live In Chicago (1990)
  • A Lone Star Kind of Day (Relix- Roy C. Ames production) (1991)
  • Jack Daniels Kind of Day (1992)
  • White Lightning (1996)
  • Back in Beaumont (2000)
  • Blues'N' Tattoo (recorded Live at Central Park New York - 1980-07-27)

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