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So sad :(


But a new album is just out with a load of collaborations.....


Johnny Winter releases perhaps his greatest album on September 2, 2014! Step Back features an amazing list of musical guests and takes Johnny back to a more aggressive style of blues… one that helped shape the musical icon. Produced by Paul Nelson.


Step Back Track Listing


1. Unchain My Heart – Johnny Winter

2. Can’t Hold Out (Talk To Me Baby) – Johnny Winter with Ben Harper

3. Don’t Want No Woman – Johnny Winter with Eric Clapton

4. Killing Floor – Johnny Winter with Paul Nelson

5. Who Do You Love – Johnny Winter

6. Okie Dokie Stomp – Johnny Winter with Brian Setzer

7. Where Can You Be – Johnny Winter with Billy Gibbons

8. Sweet Sixteen – Johnny Winter with Joe Bonamassa

9. Death Letter -Johnny Winter

10. My Babe – Johnny Winter with Jason Ricci

11. Long Tall Sally – Johnny Winter with Leslie West

12. Mojo Hand – Johnny Winter with Joe Perry

13. Blue Monday – Johnny Winter with Dr. John




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As with many others like him,Johnny had been clean for years but unfortunately the nature of a lot of these drugs is that they do so much damage when they are being used,that the adverse health effects keep on eating away at the person's body and organs until they eventually cause death.Unfortunately by the time they get clean after years of abuse their life lines have been shortened significantly and there is no way to escape the inevitable premature death.


Johnny was a monster guitarist and for eons to come he will be casting a giant shadow on all those who try to fill his shoes.I will be picking up a copy of his last album but I know that it will be extremely difficult to listen to it.

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It's a pretty good album, I was lucky enough to see him back in May at a venue about 2 1/2 hours from my place,


I originally whasn't sure about going as it was a long drive on a weeknight but so glad I did


His voice was so croaky it couldnt be heard at some points in the song, but the guitar playing was amazing.


Especially the last few songs when he ditched the Zematis and pulled out the old Firebird.





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