Hey, Where’s Your Brother? – Johnny Winter


Hey, Where’s Your Brother? is the 14th studio album by American blues-rock guitarist and singer Johnny Winter. It was released in 1992 by Point Blank Records, a subsidiary of Virgin Records. The album features Winter’s trademark slide guitar and vocals, as well as guest appearances by his brother Edgar Winter, Dr. John, and Jon Paris. The album covers a range of blues styles, from Delta blues to Chicago blues to Texas blues, and showcases Winter’s versatility and skill as a musician. The album received positive reviews from critics, who praised Winter’s energy, passion, and authenticity. Some of the highlights of the album include the title track, a humorous song about Winter’s relationship with his brother; “Illustrated Man”, a tribute to Winter’s tattoos; “No More Doggin’”, a cover of Rosco Gordon’s classic R&B song; and “The World Turns All Around Her”, a rare acoustic ballad written by Gene Clark of The Byrds.

The different versions published for this album :