Winter, Johnny

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

3rd Degree
New - LP - AL 4748
Sealed 1986 Original Featuring Dr. John. Tiny CC. more
About Blues
New - LP - JLS 308
Sealed 1970 First Pressing. Cut Corner. more
Austin Texas
New - LP - UA-LA139-F
Sealed 1973 Reissue Of The '68 Original "Progressive Blues Experiemt" Released Around The Time He Was First Signed. Small Cut Corner. more
Austin Texas
Used - LP - LLS 80023
Rare 1972 Japan-Only Pressing With Obi In Unplayed Condition. more
Before The Storm
New - LP - 2JLS 3056
Sealed 1972 2LP Gatefold. more
Before The Storm
Used - LP - 2JLS 3056
1973 2LP White Label Promo Gatefold Compilation. Clean COH. more
Before The Storm
Used - LP - 2JLS 3056
1973 2LP White Label Promo Gatefold Compilation. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Small Seam Split. more
Birds Can't Row Boats
New - LP - RRLP 2034
Sealed, Rare 1988 Original Compiling Previously Unissued Tracks With Some Previously Issued Tracks All From The Late 1960's. more
Captured Live
Used - LP - PZ 33944
1976 White Label Promo. Looks Unplayed. more
Captured Live!
Used - LP - PZ 33944
1976 Blue Label Original In Shrink Wrap. 1C/1A Stampers. Appears Unplayed. 5 Stars! Fantastic Color Photo On Back Cover Was Taken At Oakland Coliseum During Performance At Bill Graham's "Day At The Green." Johnny's Electric Slide Is Amazing And "Highway 61 Revisisted" Is A Standout. more
Captured Live!
Used - LP - PZ 33944
1976 Original Blue Label. 1E/1F Matrixes. more
Early Times
Used - LP - JLS 3023
1970 Compilation Of Early Recordings. Small Amount Of Ring Wear At Bottom Of Jacket Where Shrink Wrap Is Torn. LP Appears Unplayed. more
First Winter
Used - LP - BDS 7513
Rare 1970 First Label Original. Upon First Listen You Will Quickly Understand The Talents Of Johnny Winter. Not Only Can You Hear Him Experimenting In Sounds But His Masterful Ability To Sing And Play Rock, Blues And Soul. more
Good Love In San Diego
Colored Vinyl - RCV161LP
Sealed 2015 2LP Limited Edition Red Vinyl Gatefold. more
Guitar Slinger
Used - LP - AL 4735
1984 Original In Shrink. Appears Unplayed. more
Hey, Where's Your Brother?
Used - LP - 786512
Rare 1992 Original. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Edgar Winter Guests On A Few Tracks. more
It's My Life Baby
New - LP - AL 3909
Sealed 2015 Vinyl Only, Record Store Day Release Pressed On 180gm Vinyl. This Best Of The Alligator Records Years, Collects Eight Classic Tracks From These Releases, Featuring One Brilliant, Career-Defining Performance After Another. more
John Dawson Winter III
New - LP - PZ 33292
Sealed 1974 Original. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock Since 2005. more
John Dawson Winter III
Used - LP - PZ 33292
1974 White Label Promo With Radio Station Timing Strip, CC. more
John Dawson Winter III
Used - LP - PZ 33292
1974 White Label Promo With Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover. CC. more
Johnny Winter
New - LP - CS 9826
Sealed 1969 360 Stereo Original. Features Willie Dixon, Edgar Winter, Tommy Shannon And Others. more
Johnny Winter
New - LP - PC 9826
Sealed 2nd Issue Featuring Willie Dixon. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. more
Johnny Winter
Used - LP - CS 9826
1969 360 Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Features Willie Dixon, Edgar Winter, Tommy Shannon And Others. 1D/1D Stampers. more
Johnny Winter
Used - LP - CS 9826
1969 360 Stereo Original. Features Willie Dixon, Edgar Winter, Tommy Shannon And Others. 1D/1D Stampers. Very Slight Ring Wear. more
Johnny Winter
Audiophile - New - CS 9826
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2011 All Analogue Remastered Reissue From Speakers Corner In Germany. Features Willie Dixon, Edgar Winter, Tommy Shannon And Others. more
Johnny Winter And
Used - LP - C 30221
1970 Red & Orange Label Second Catalog Number (Originals Have A "KC" Prefix). Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “After Two Late-'60s Albums On Columbia, Johnny Winter Hit His Stride In 1970 Working With Rick Derringer And The McCoys, Now Recruited As His Sidemen And Collaborators (And Proving With Just About Every Note Here How Far They'd Gotten Past "Hang On Sloopy"). In Place Of The Bluesy Focus On His First Two Albums, Winter Extended Himself Into More Of A Rock-Oriented Mode Here, In Both His Singing And His Selection Of Material. This Was Hard Rock With A Blues Edge, And Had A Certain Commercial Smoothness Lacking In His Earlier Work. Derringer's Presence On Guitar And As A Songwriter Saw To It That Winter's Blues Virtuosity Was Balanced By Perfectly Placed Guitar Hooks, And The Two Guitarists Complemented Each Other Perfectly Throughout As Well. There Wasn't A Weak Moment Anywhere On The Record, And If Johnny Winter And Wasn't A Huge Commercial Success, It Was Mostly Because Of The Huge Amount Of Competition At The Time From Other, Equally Inspired Players, That Kept Numbers Like The Winter Originals "Prodigal Son" And "Guess I'll Go Away" As Well As Derringer Co-Authored Pieces Such As "Look Up" From Having The Impact They Should Have Had On FM Radio.” – Bruce Eder, All Music Guide more
Johnny Winter And
Used - LP - 25AP 1252
Mint Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Johnny Winter And
New - LP - KC 30221
Sealed 1970 Second Issue. “After Two Late-'60s Albums On Columbia, Johnny Winter Hit His Stride In 1970 Working With Rick Derringer And The Mccoys, Now Recruited As His Sidemen And Collaborators (And Proving With Just About Every Note Here How Far They'd Gotten Past "Hang On Sloopy"). In Place Of The Bluesy Focus On His First Two Albums, Winter Extended Himself Into More Of A Rock-Oriented Mode Here, In Both His Singing And His Selection Of Material. This Was Hard Rock With A Blues Edge, And Had A Certain Commercial Smoothness Lacking In His Earlier Work. Derringer's Presence On Guitar And As A Songwriter Saw To It That Winter's Blues Virtuosity Was Balanced By Perfectly Placed Guitar Hooks, And The Two Guitarists Complemented Each Other Perfectly Throughout As Well. There Wasn't A Weak Moment Anywhere On The Record, And If Johnny Winter And Wasn't A Huge Commercial Success, It Was Mostly Because Of The Huge Amount Of Competition At The Time From Other, Equally Inspired Players, That Kept Numbers Like The Winter Originals "Prodigal Son" And "Guess I'll Go Away" As Well As Derringer Co-Authored Pieces Such As "Look Up" From Having The Impact They Should Have Had On FM Radio.” – Bruce Eder, All Music Guide more
Johnny Winter Story
New - LP - GRT 10010
Sealed Gatefold Stereo Original, Small Cut Out Hole Through Centre, Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Includes 7 Page Illustrated Storybook. First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock. more
Johnny Winter Story
Used - LP - GRT 10010
1969 Green Label Gatefold Original. Tiny Cut Out Hole Through Jacket And Label. LP Appears Unplayed. Back Cover Has A Hint Of Ring Wear. more
Live Bootleg Series Vol. 9
New - LP - FRM 11632
New, Unplayed 2013 Original. Tracks Were Culled From The Personal Archives Of Johnny Winter. more
Live Bootleg Special Edition
New - LP - FRM 41914
New, Unplayed 2014 180gm White Vinyl Original. Like Most Friday Music Releases, This Album Is Not Factory Sealed. Includes Live Versions Of "Hideaway," "Ain't That Just Like A Woman," "Johnny B. Goode," "Serious As A Heart Attack," "Stranger" And "Jumping Jack Flash." more
Live From Japan
New - LP - MVD6663
Sealed 2015 2LP Gatefold Original. Recorded On April 15, 2011 At The Famed Zepp Tokyo Music Hall. more
Live Johnny Winter And
New - LP - FRM 30475
Sealed 2011 180gm Gatefold Reissue Of The 1971 Album. Mastered From The Original Columbia Tapes By Joe Reagoso At Friday Music Studios And RTI With Kevin Gray. Recorded Live At Fillmore East And At Pirate's World In Dania, FL. more
Live-Johnny Winter And
New - LP - PC 30475
Sealed 2nd Label Gatefold With PC Prefix. Recorded Live At Fillmore East. more
Live-Johnny Winter And
New - LP - FRM-30475
Sealed 2012 Friday Music Reissue on 180gm. more
Live-Johnny Winter And....Live
Used - LP - C 30475
1971 Gatefold Original. 1C/1C Stampers. Recorded Live At Fillmore East. Appears Unplayed. more
Nothin' But The Blues
Used - LP - PZ 34813
1977 Original In Shrink Wrap. Custom Die-Cut Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1G/1F Sterling Stampers. “After A Long Period Making Rock Records, Winter Fronts The Muddy Waters Band On The Aptly Titled Nothin' But The Blues (With Waters Himself Singing On One Song, His Own "Walking Thru The Park," Which Closes The Album). Winter Sounds Happier Than Ever Before On This Chicago Blues Workout.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Progressive Blues Experiment
Used - LP - LP 12431
Beautiful 1969 Stereo Original With Cut Corner. Appears Unplayed. more
Progressive Blues Experiment
New - LP - LN 10294
Sealed 2nd Issue Stereo Of The 1969 Imperial Recording. more
Progressive Blues Experiment
Used - LP - LBR 1001
UK Stereo Reissue With Alternate Cover Art. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Progressive Blues Experiment
Used - LP - LP 12431
1969 Stereo Original. No Deletion Or Promo Marks. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Raisin' Cain
Used - LP - JZ 36343
1980 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve And Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Jacket And Vinyl Both Excellent, Small Splits In Inner Sleeve. more
Roots
New Release - 16038
Sealed 2011 Gatefold Original. Johnny Winter's First New Studio Album In Over Seven Years Is Called Roots, And It Features Winter With A Bevy Of Guests Like Sonny Landreth, Jimmy Vivino, Warren Haynes, Frank Latorre, John Popper, Vince Gill, Susan Tedeschi, Brother Edgar Winter, Derek Trucks, Paul Nelson, John Medeski, And More Covering 11 Classic Blues Numbers Originally Tracked By Blues Greats Like Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Jimmy Reed, And Others. more
Saints & Sinners
New - LP - PC 32715
Sealed 1974 Original. more
Saints & Sinners
Used - LP - KC 32715
1974 Original With Band Signatures On Cover. Another Rocking Album Produced By Rick Derringer. more
Same Odd Story
Colored Vinyl - WIN 911
Rare 1983 Red Splatter Vinyl Original Housed In A Full-Color, Laminated Jacket. LP Appears New, Unplayed. Recorded Live At The Old Opera House, Frankfurt, Germany. Songs Are: "Hideaway," "Crossroads," "I Am Ready," "Delta Blues," "Bony Morony" And "Louisiana Blues." more
Second Winter
Used - LP - PC 9947
Stunning 1969 Second Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Gatefold. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
Used - LP - KCS 9947
1969 360 Stereo Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Hype Sticker On The Front And Promo Sticker On The Back. Jacket Has A Hint Of Ring Wear. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
Used - LP - KCS 9947
1969 360 Stereo Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. 1A/1A/1A Stampers. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
New - LP - KCS-9947
Sealed 1969 360 Stereo Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Hype Sticker On The Front. "Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List." Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
New - LP - FRM 9947
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Top, Center Seam Rubbing And The Beginning Of A Small Seam Split, Hence Price. more
Second Winter
New - LP - PC 9947
Sealed Second Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Gatefold With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
New - LP - PC 9947
Sealed Second Label 2LP (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Gatefold. Pristine Copy. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
Used - LP - KCS 9947
1969 360 Stereo Label 2LP Original (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Very Light Overall Cover Wear, With Touch Of Ring Wear. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Second Winter
Used - LP - KCS 9947
1970 2LP Reissue (3-Sided; Side 4 Is Blank) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Very Light Wring Wear. “Johnny's Second Columbia Album Shows An Artist In Transition. He's Still Obviously A Texas Bluesman, Recording In The Same Trio Format That He Left Dallas With. But His Music Is Moving Toward The More Rock & Roll Sounds He Would Go On To Create. The Opener, "Memory Pain," Moves Him Into Psychedelic Blues-Rock Territory, While Old-Time Rockers Like "Johnny B. Goode," "Miss Ann," And "Slippin' And Slidin'" Provide Him With Familiar Landscapes On Which To Spray His Patented Licks. His Reworking Of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" Is The High Spot Of The Record, A Career-Defining Track That's Still A Major Component Of His Modern-Day Set List.” – Cub Koda, AMG more
Serious Business
New - LP - 4742
Sealed 1985 Original. more
Serious Business
Used - LP - AL 4742
1985 Original In Shrink. Appears Unplayed. more
Serious Business
Used - LP - 28MM 0475
Beautiful 1985 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Unplayed Condition. more
Still Alive And Well
New - LP - PC 32188
Sealed 2nd Issue Of His 1973 Classic. No Bar Code On Rear Cover. more
Still Alive And Well
Used - LP - KC 32188
1973 Original (KC Prefix) With 1D/1A Stampers. One Of The Under The Radar Rock Albums Of The 70's. Great Blues And Ballads. more
Stlll Alive And Well
New - LP - FRM 32188
Sealed 2011 Friday Music Reissue on 180gm. more
White Gold Blues
New - LP - AK 052
Sealed (Barely) 180gm HQ With Bonus 45 Picture Sleeve - The First Johnny & The Jammers Single From 1962. more
White, Hot & Blue
Used - LP - JZ 35475
First Copy Of This 1978 White Label Promo We Have Had In Stock In Eleven Years. Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Looks Glossy, Unplayed. Mastsred At Sterling Sound. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. “On White, Hot & Blue, He Is Not Leading Muddy Waters' Band (As On Muddy’s “Hard Again) Yet But He Is Still Playing In A Waters-Like Chicago Blues Mode For The Most Part. This Time, The Backup Band Consists Of His Old Texas Compatriot I.P. Sweat On Bass And Bobby (T) Torello On Drums, Although Pat Ramsey Gets So Much Space For Harmonica Playing (Replacing James Cotton, Who Was On Nothin' But The Blues) That He Practically Deserves Co-Billing On The LP. Winter Is Credited For Three Original Songs, "Slidin' In," "One Step At A Time," And "Nickel Blues," But There Isn't Much Original About Them; They Are Standard Blues Tunes, With "Slidin' In" In 12-Bar Form, "One Step At A Time" In Chicago Style, And "Nickel Blues" An Acoustic Folk-Blues Number. Maybe Winter Wrote Some New Lyrics, But Even Those Sound Mostly Familiar. No Matter. The Spirited Playing Heard On The Waters Albums Carries Over Here. Edgar Winter Sits In On Piano On "Nickel Blues," Doing His Best Pinetop Perkins. Taj Mahal's "E-Z Rider" Is Rendered As A Rolling Stones-Style Rocker, But Otherwise This Is A Blues-Filled Album, And It Retains The Glow Of A Comeback That May Have Been Designed For Muddy Waters, But Has Spilled Over To Johnny Winter, Too.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Winter Of '88
Used - LP - 42241
Rare 1988 Vinyl. more
Winter Of '88
New - LP - 22241
Sealed, Rare 1988 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. CC. more

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