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Johnny Winter - 1991 - Lone Star Kind Of Day
John Dawson "Johnny" Winter III (born 23 February 1944) is an American blues guitarist, singer and producer. A Lone Star Kind Of Day is primarily a revealing look back at the music Winter made in his native Texas before hitting the big time. The disc does, however, include two recent recordings. One is an interesting Cajun-influenced take on "Louie Louie," and the other is "We Go Back Quite Ways," written and recorded especially for this project. The latter finds Winter trading verses with former bandmate I.P. "Ike" Sweat, as they fondly recall their early '60s performances in Texas honky-tonks and roadhouses.
In 2003 Winter was ranked 74th in Rolling Stone magazine list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"
01 - Louie, Louie 02 - We Go Back Quite A Ways 03 - Busted In Austin 04 - Ease My Pain 05 - Don't Hide It 06 - You'll Be The Death Of Me 07 - Fallin' In Love 08 - Stay By My Side 09 - A Jack Daniel's Kind Of Day 10 - Shed So Many Tears 11 - Gangster Of Love 12 - Oakie Doakie Stomp 13 - Who Dunnit 14 - Come Back Baby 15 - The Guy You Left Behind 16 - Bad News 17 - Broke And Lonely