Top reviews from other countries. I love this record. Report abuse. I used to own a vinyl version of this album in then 70s, and recently I have been trying to replace some of my old collection on CD. I am so glad that I bought this again, as I am re living my youth. If you like loud but subtle guitarwork give this a listen. One of my favourites from university. Quality is surprisingly good for it's age.
One impressed dad loves it. Manager Steve Paul combines two acts and comes up with this gem. Johnny and Derringer team up for some magic, with Derringer penning a few originals including the first version of "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo". Dueling guitars crank the end of "Funky Music" to hear Derringers Ampeg labouring under his workout.
Ricks brother Randy Z, pounds the skins in his swan song as a rock star wrote a tune as well and Randy Jo Hobbs starts to show his evolution as a blues and rock musician. The only thing keeping this from a 5 star review is the original sound engineering had some issues with clipping on some guitar parts and a ton of reverb, but it remains true to the era in terms of style.
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There's a sad commentary on how times have changed. The single disc first CD issue is probably cheaper, but suffers from the excessively heavy bass that characterised the original 3 sided LP, the format of which seemed to upset so many critics at the time. The reason they put it out that way was that cramming the whole set onto just two sides would have meant narrower grooves which would have compromised the full power of the original recording.
But JW didn't feel they had enough material of suitable calibre to occupy four full sides, so the end result was an album halfway between a single and a double.. Palmaccio, sorts out that excessive bass and, although it's still pretty powerful, it's now in more or less proper balance with everything else.
The result is an album with a degree of backbone which belies the vintage of the original recording, engineered by Ed Kollis in Nashville, Tennessee studio not credited and produced by JW, who evidently had a very clear idea of just what he wanted from this album.
The live set recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall may be regarded as a freebie which should please fans of JW's live performances, though the studio album is fine as it is and doesn't really need augmentation. That having said, two studio-recorded bonus tracks have been added to this reissue and they're not at all bad either.
Great stuff for fans of gutsy southern blues rock. Had to cheat and use a title of one of the songs for the title of my review, but it is rather apt. Whilst most people I know always state this is probably the best Johnny Winter album I always maintain it is 'Let Me In' which is far more polished and to a degree varied.
This is raw bluesy rock with a few 'jazzy' bits thrown in for good measure. What I do like about this is the live feel though, and Johnny's gruff vocal style is used to the full. As one would expect his guitar work is superb and he must be the unltimate 'white' bluesman? Either way if you like the blues per-se this is certainly worthy of your hard earned cash. I must also recommend the album the I bought the original and still have the three sided double album on vinyl and was blown away by it.
I bought this to preserve the vinyl version but also for the live cd which came with it. I wish I had seen him live but at least I can listen to this great album. I must also recommend the album the progressive blues experiment. If you do make sure its the version without the overdubbed false crowd screaming and shouting. The original, I believe was recorded in an oil refinery warehouse with no audience. One person found this helpful.
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