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Johnny Winter - 3rd Degree

Blues | Author: peaceofmind | 9-01-2013, 15:19
Johnny Winter - 3rd Degree

Artist: Johnny Winter
Album: 3rd Degree
Genre: Blues
Year: 1986
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After two stellar sets for the independent blues label Alligator Records, Johnny Winter wisely changes things up on his third Alligator LP. He brings in Dr. John to play organ on "Love, Life and Money" and, more prominently, piano on "Tin Pan Alley." He plays a National steel guitar on "Bad Girl Blues" (a blues about lesbians!) and uses his slide with another National on "Evil on My Mind." And, most significant, he reunites with his old rhythm section of bass player Tommy Shannon and drummer Uncle John "Red" Turner (with whom he played from the late `60s to 1970) on "See See Baby," "Shake Your Moneymaker," and "Broke and Lonely." Particularly on those three tracks, he sounds like the blues-rock singer/guitarist who garnered so much attention when he first emerged from Texas as an "overnight" national star in 1969. Those days have passed, but Winter has matured into a dependable blues musician able to shine in a variety of styles and bring out the best in his fellow musicians. ~ William Ruhlmann

Tracks:
01. Mojo Boogie
02. Love, Life and Money
03. Evil On My Mind
04. See See Baby
05. Tin Pan Alley
06. I'm Good
07. Third Degree
08. Shake Your Moneymaker
09. Bad Girl Blues
10. Broke and Lonely

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