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The Woodstock Experience: Johnny Winter

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Download links and information about The Woodstock Experience: Johnny Winter by Johnny Winter. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Electronica, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:38:48 minutes.

Artist: Johnny Winter
Release date: 2009
Genre: Electronica, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:38:48
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I'm Yours and I'm Hers 4:30
2. Be Careful With a Fool 5:14
3. Dallas 2:45
4. Mean Mistreater 3:52
5. Leland Mississippi Blues 3:29
6. Good Morning Little School Girl 2:43
7. When You Got a Good Friend 3:38
8. I'll Drown In My Own Tears 4:43
9. Back Door Friend 2:56
10. Mama, Talk to Your Daughter (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) 5:05
11. Leland Mississippi Blues (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) 4:58
12. Mean Town Blues (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) 10:54
13. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) (featuring Duster Bennett) 14:45
14. I Can't Stand It (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) (featuring Edgar Winter) 6:09
15. Tobacco Road (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) (featuring Edgar Winter) 10:40
16. Tell the Truth (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) (featuring Edgar Winter) 6:51
17. Johnny B. Goode (Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969) 5:36

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Johnny Winter does not appear on the albums or the film of the Woodstock Festival. His impression was only made on the 400,000 who were in attendance and witnessed first-hand his incredibly virtuoso performance of scabrous guitar and potent, jagged vocals. From the onset of J.B. Lenoir’s “Mama, Talk to Your Daughter,” the Texas bluesman pulls out all the stops, ripping through fast, angry guitar lines that feature his unforgiving and biting guitar tone. Balanced between originals such as the ferocious “Mean Town Blues” and “Leland Mississippi Blues,” from his self-titled 1969 debut album, here in re-mastered form, and classic covers such as a ten-minute version of J.D. Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road” and Chuck Berry’s set-closing “Johnny B. Goode,” Winter’s 65-minute performance is among the festival’s most electrifying. His brother Edgar joins him on keyboards for three tracks, including Bo Diddley’s “I Can’t Stand It,” while six of the nine cuts here are previously unreleased. Nearly 15 minutes of “You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now” really brings out the “extended” aspect of the slow blues jam.