Written-By – R. Supa*
|A2||Blinded By Love
Written-By – A. Toussaint*
Written-By – Chuck Berry
|A4||Stray Cat Blues
Written-By – M. Jagger-K. Richard*
|A5||Bad Luck Situation
Written-By – J. Winter*
|B1||Rollin' 'Cross The Country
Written-By – D. Hartman*, E. Winter*
|B2||Riot In Cell Block #9
Written-By – J. Leiber-M. Stoller*
|B3||Hurtin' So Bad
Written-By – J. Winter*
Written-By – L. Williams*
|B5||Feedback On Highway 101
Written-By – V. Morrison*
|S 65842||Johnny Winter||Saints & Sinners (LP, Album)||CBS||S 65842||Europe||1974|
|40 S 65842||Johnny Winter||Saints & Sinners (Cass, Album)||CBS||40 S 65842||Italy||1974|
|CAQ 32715||Johnny Winter||Saints & Sinners (8-Trk, Album, Quad)||Columbia||CAQ 32715||US||1974|
|SBP 234433||Johnny Winter||Saints & Sinners (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 234433||Australia||1974|
|MOCCD 13246||Johnny Winter||Saints & Sinners (CD, Album, RE)||Music On CD||MOCCD 13246||Europe||2015|
Saints & Sinners is the sixth studio album by Johnny Winter, released in 1974. Stone County" (Richard Supa) - 3:32. Blinded by Love" (Allen Toussaint) - 4:28. Thirty Days" (Chuck Berry) - 3:00. Stray Cat Blues" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) - 4:15. Bad Luck Situation" (Johnny Winter) - 2:49. Rollin' 'Cross the Country" (], Edgar Winter) - 4:32. Riot in Cell Block (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) - 3:09. Hurtin' So Bad" (Johnny Winter) - 4:38.
Johnny Winter's sixth Columbia album was also his second since his comeback from drug addiction. Its predecessor, Still Alive and Well, had been his highest charting effort.
Publishers: A1 by Goshen Road Music A2 by Warner-Tamerlane Pub. Corp. Marsaint Music, Inc. A3 by Arc Music Corp. A4 by Abkco Music, Inc. A5 by Winter Blues Music B1 by Hierophant, In. Silver Steed Music B2 by Quintet Music, In. Freddy Bienstock Music Co. B3 by Winter Blues Music B4 by Venice Music, Inc. B5 by Warner-Tamerlane Pub. Caledonia Soul Music.
Johnny Winter is Johnny Winter's second studio album, released in 1969. UK CBS issued this as a nine track late -69 in both stereo and mono (S63619/M63619). This album may have been intended as a Quadraphonic album as a 4-channel reel was prepared but to this day remains unreleased. I'm Yours & I'm Hers" (Johnny Winter) - 4:33. Saints & Sinners is a 1992 album, released by the Canadian glam metal band of the same name. Walk That Walk", "We Belong" and "Takin' My Chances" were released as singles. The album was produced by Aldo Nova.
Produced by Johnny Winter’s guitarist and right-hand man Rick Derringer-who'd just scored his first huge solo hit with Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo -Saints and Sinners is the leanest and most focused album of Winter’s '70s heyday. Derringer reined in his mentor’s meandering jams and forced him to focus on the kind of punchy rhythm guitar riffs that had made Hoochie Koo so popular. It was an easy shift for Winter; after all, he was the one who'd taught Derringer those very lessons.
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Blues Rock Johnny Winter. Band Name Johnny Winter. Album Name Saints and Sinners. Released date February 1974. Labels Columbia Records.
Saints & Sinners Tracklist. 1. Stone County Lyrics.