Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter And-Live At The Fillmore East 10-3-70 [Remastered Limited Edition] (20... MP3/Flac

Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter And-Live At The Fillmore East 10-3-70 [Remastered Limited Edition] (20...
Artist: Johnny Winter
Title Of Album: Johnny Winter And-Live At The Fillmore East 10-3-70
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Relayer
Genre: Blues Rock
Total Time: 66:35 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 160 mb / 447 mb

Review by Thom Jurek
For decades now, weve thought of Live Johnny Winter And as the seminal live JW document from the early part of his career. That record, taken from performances at the Fillmore East and from a gig in Florida, was comprised mainly of rock its Elmore James by way of Mike Bloomfield with Winter's gnarly single-string fills, full of distortion and barely controlled volume. The version of Mean Town Blues on this set becomes the definitive one -- in large part because of Derringers complementary counterpoint lead work -- as does Its My Own Fault, which transcends its slow tempo and becomes something wholly other. The closing read of Muddy Waters Rollin and Tumblin' is only 4:33, but makes one wish it were three times that long. Its fiery, steel-melting intensity features some of the most vicious slide guitar on record to come out of the '70s. The only track that really doesnt impress here is Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo, but not because its performance is substandard. Its simply that in comparison to all the brilliant spontaneity and furious energy on the rest of the set, it feels too controlled. But thats hardly a complaint. Even though Derringer wrote it, this one blows away the JWA studio version or Derringer's own hit single take. This set blows the stuff in Winters own officially released bootleg series away, and becomes his definitive live recording, hands down.
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.
1. Guess I'll Go Away 4:39
2. Good Morning Little School Girl 4:37
3. Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo 4:47
4. It's My Own Fault 22:24
5. Highway 61 Revisited 7:31
6. Mean Town Blues 18:07
7. Rollin' and Tumblin' 4:30


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