Still Alive and Well – Johnny Winter – 1973

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Album Still Alive and Well by Johnny Winter
Album Still Alive and Well by Johnny Winter

Still Alive and Well is a rock album by Johnny Winter, released in March 1973 by Columbia Records. It was his first studio album in almost three years, after recovering from a heroin overdose. The title reflects his comeback from his health issues. The album features a power trio sound, with Randy Jo Hobbs on bass and Richard Hughes on drums. Rick Derringer, who produced the album, also plays guitar on some tracks. The album includes two covers of Rolling Stones songs: “Silver Train” and “Let It Bleed”. The album received positive reviews from critics and fans, and reached number 22 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Still Alive and Well is considered a significant album in Johnny Winter’s catalog. It marked his return to the blues rock sound that had made him famous, and it features some of his most memorable songs, including the title track, “Rock Me Baby,” and “Cheap Tequila.”

The following is a list of the personnel who contributed to the album Still Alive and Well by Johnny Winter, released in 1973 by Columbia Records. The album was Winter’s first studio album in almost three years, after recovering from serious health issues related to drug abuse. The album features a more rock-oriented power trio sound, with Randy Jo Hobbs on bass and Richard Hughes on drums. Winter also collaborated with other musicians, such as Rick Derringer, Todd Rundgren, Mark Klingman and Jeremy Steig.

  • Johnny Winter – vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin
  • Rick Derringer – guitar, slide guitar, vocals
  • Randy Jo Hobbs – bass, vocals
  • Richard Hughes – drums
  • Todd Rundgren – guitar
  • Mark Klingman – piano
  • Jeremy Steig – flute

Source: Wikipedia

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