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Johnny Winter And:Live at The Fillmore East 10/3/70


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Voted one of the top 100 guitarists of all time in Rolling Stone Magazine Johnny Winter is a guitar hero without equal. Signing with Columbia Records in 1969, he immediately laid out the blueprint for his fresh take on classic blues with a powerful combination of authentic Texas funk and his own high energy interpretation for the legions of fans just discovering the blues via ... Read more in Amazon's Johnny Winter Store

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  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collector's Choice Live
  • ASIN: B003954IQU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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1. Guess I'll Go Away
2. Good Morning Little School Girl
3. Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo
4. It's My Own Fault
5. Highway 61 Revisited
6. Mean Town Blues
7. Rollin' And Tumblin'

Editorial Reviews

The other live album from Johnny Winter And, 1971 s Live Johnny Winter And , has always ranked as one of the high points of Johnny s discography, but we d stack this 66-minute set up against that record (which was in part composed of other Fillmore East performances) any day of the week. In fact, when you hear Johnny and Rick Derringer trading off lead after lead, you may well be reminded of a bluesier, harder-edged Allman Brothers, with Johnny as Duane and Derringer as Dickey Betts with the McCoys rhythm section. In other words, folks, this is some of the most ferocious blues-rock ever laid down on stage.

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A great new pressing of Johnny Winter And Live at the Fillmore East .
Beatle Guy
If you're a diehard Johnny Winter fan like I am or just a casual listener buy this CD!
Steven Pearl
All in all a fantastic album, representing Johnny in one of his best periods.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on May 18, 2010
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Johnny Winter has always been a potent stage performer, as documented on numerous live recordings. His set at Woodstock, which has only recently been released in full, was a star-making turn, and after two studio albums for Columbia he formed a new quartet with members of the recently disbanded McCoys: Rick Derringer, Randy Jo Hobbs and Derringer's brother (performing under the original family name), Randy Zehringer. That group recorded under the name "Johnny Winter And," and with Bobby Caldwell replacing Zehringer, broke in their self-titled debut album with this 1970 set at New York City's Fillmore East. The set includes only two tunes from their then-new album (Winter's "Guess I'll Go Away" and Derringer's "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo"), with the remaining titles drawn from Winter's two previous albums.

The 1971 album Live Johnny Winter And documented the same line-up, repeating "Good Morning Little School Girl" (with improved fidelity here) while trimming "It's My Own Fault" and "Mean Town Blues" to half the length of these extended Fillmore jams. Another difference is that this 67-minute set forgoes the `50s rock covers that dominated the 1971 release. This disc opens with a pair of blues on which Winter takes incendiary, extended solos, and "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo" is played harder than Derringer's later hit single. The twenty-two minute "It's My Own Fault" is low and slow, providing more of the emotional shades Winter could bring to both his guitar playing and singing.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Old Book Reader on May 25, 2010
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Saw johnny a few times during this era. Madison Square Garden, Felt Forum, etc. Listened to this twice when I got it. One word, AWESOME!!!! Anybody that knows johnny Winter will relish this recording. A couple of the songs are on the other "JW and live" album, but sound a bit different here. How music like this has just sat around somewhere all these years is beyond me. Would have been nice to have a little more notes and pictures in this CD, but having the music will do just fine. Some of the best. This is a much welcome edition to my collection of just about every thing johnny has recorded.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mark A. Cartier on May 19, 2010
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I was lucky enough to be introduced to Johnny Winter in my senior year in high school via his first album. For me personally, I prefer Johnny from 1969 through 1973-74 or so (including the "Still Alive And Well" Album).

While the sound isn't as "full" as the live Johnny Winter And recording - this is still an excellent show with a killer setlist. I'm not an engineer so I don't know if this is from a soundboard and the 71 release is a multitrack recording edited in the studio - although that would be an educated guess.

With that said, the recording is VERY good and the setlist is great. The interplay between Derringer and Winter is worth the price of admission alone. I'd consider this a 'must' purchase for any fan of Johnny's from that time period (69-74).

I'm very happy with the release, the sound, the setlist and the value. A nice **** release.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Stuart on June 17, 2010
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This CD is very hot and just what I have been waiting for. Johnny Winter was my favorite guitarist from 1973 to 1976. I still liked Johnny during his mostly blues 1977 and beyond, but not as much, even live. I have been disappointed with the Johnny Winter Bootleg series because most of the tracks on all six volumes are from his later periods (after 1976). I have been waiting for a full show from an earlier era. The early 1970 show on the deluxe Second Winter is cool also, not to mention the Woodstock reocrding. The best shows I saw Johnny do live were in 1975 (Captured Live from Oakland) and 1976 (Winterland). Although I was too young to see this band, my favorite album (by Johnny) to this day is Johnny Winter And Live. This CD blows that one away!This one is now my favorite. Why did I have to wait so long to hear it? To set the record straight, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl is the same version from JWAL. Mean Town Blues is the full version of the JWAL recording. I was happy and saddened to hear this the first time. The JWAL version is hacked to bits. There is even a few verses of Walkin' Blues near the end of the jam on this full version. It's My Own Fault, however, is a completely different version from JWAL. I know every note by heart of that album, so I am sure of this. This version is much better (although the JWAL version was probably also edited). Johnny and Rick really tear it up together. Rock and Roll Hoochie Coo is good, but not as good as the Roadwork version. Highway 61 and Rollin' and Tumblin' are both excellent. I guess I'll Go Away was a pleasant surprise since I have only played the studio Johnny Winter And album once or twice in my life. All in all, this is a much better album than JWAL, although that is still a great album. I wish I could have seen this band live. This recording is the next best thing.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Zeno on February 3, 2014
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I had read a lot of hype that this recording was way better than the legendary "Johnny Winter And Live" album. Big words since this has been one of my favorite albums for over 40 years. "...Live ant the Fillmore East" is a very good recorded performance. It is also twice as long as the old album, because CDs can be, and had much better production, since it was produced with 40+ years of technology upgrades. I was glad there were actually some tracks from the "Johnny Winter And" studio album, which that tour was promoting. My favorite performance here is "It's My Own Fault" which just burns for over 20 minutes. The other performances are very energetic, and give a great showcase to the guitar dynamics between Johnny Winter and Rick Derringer. So, four stars...a peak performance from the artist. But better than the first live album? Nope. That one's still 5 stars for being so mightily bad ass!
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