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Album Review

Still Alive and Well proved to the record-buying public that Johnny Winter was both. This is a truly enjoyable album, chock-full of great tunes played well. Johnny's version of the Rolling Stones' "Silver Train" revealed the potential of this song and what the Stones failed to capture. Everything here is good, so get it and dig in.

Customer Reviews

His Best

He can play the blues. He can rock. This album combines the best of both and is probably the most focused and consistent of his career (at least from 1969 until the late 90's - I lost track after that).

It's not that he didn't make great music before or after, it's just the one album that start to finish is really, really good (really). He had a great band during those years (including Rick Derringer) and an excellent mix of originals and covers including a killer version of the Stones Silver Train.

Blues With An Edge

This is the best JW album ever. A classic record of rockin's blues and ballads.

RIP Johnny!!!

Biography

Born: February 23, 1944 in Beaumont, TX

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

When Johnny Winter emerged on the national scene in 1969, the hope, particularly in the record business, was that he would become a superstar on the scale of Jimi Hendrix, another blues-based rock guitarist and singer who preceded him by a few years. That never quite happened, but Winter did survive the high expectations of his early admirers to become a mature, respected blues musician with a strong sense of tradition. He was born John Dawson Winter III on February 23, 1944, in Beaumont, Texas,...
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