℗ 2021 Quarto Valley Records
Released April 15, 2022
Duration 1h 15m 43s
Record Label Quarto Valley Records
Catalogue No. QVR0151
Genre Blues (Blues Rock)
 

Brother Johnny

Edgar Winter

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1.1
Mean Town Blues (feat. Joe Bonamassa)
Edgar Winter; Joe Bonamassa
5:04
1.2
Alive and Well (feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd)
Edgar Winter; Kenny Wayne Shepherd
3:42
1.3
Lone Star Blues (feat. Keb' Mo')
Edgar Winter; Keb' Mo'
3:57
1.4
I'm Yours and I'm Hers (feat. Billy F Gibbons, Derek Trucks)
Edgar Winter; Billy F Gibbons; Derek Trucks
4:49
1.5
Johnny B. Goode (feat. Joe Walsh, David Grissom)
Edgar Winter; Joe Walsh; David Grissom
3:27
1.6
Stranger (feat. Michael McDonald, Joe Walsh, Ringo Starr)
Edgar Winter; Michael McDonald; Joe Walsh; Ringo Starr
4:06
1.7
Highway 61 Revisited (feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, John Mcfee)
Edgar Winter; Kenny Wayne Shepherd; John Mcfee
5:01
1.8
Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Koo (feat. Steve Lukather)
Edgar Winter; Steve Lukather
4:03
1.9
When You Got a Good Friend (feat. Doyle Bramhall II)
Edgar Winter; Doyle Bramhall II
3:52
1.10
Jumpin' Jack Flash (feat. Phil X)
Edgar Winter; Phil X
5:13
1.11
Guess I'll Go Away (feat. Taylor Hawkins, Doug Rappoport)
Edgar Winter; Taylor Hawkins; Doug Rappoport
3:37
1.12
Drown in My Own Tears
Edgar Winter
5:31
1.13
Self Destructive Blues (feat. Joe Bonamassa)
Edgar Winter; Joe Bonamassa
3:35
1.14
Memory Pain (feat. Warren Haynes)
Edgar Winter; Warren Haynes
5:44
1.15
Stormy Monday Blues (feat. Robben Ford)
Edgar Winter; Robben Ford
5:25
1.16
Got My Mojo Workin' (feat. Bobby Rush)
Edgar Winter; Bobby Rush
4:13
1.17
End of the Line (feat. David Campbell Strings)
Edgar Winter; David Campbell Strings
4:24
Edgar Winter presents Brother Johnny, a 16-track tribute set that includes a mix of Johnny Winter originals as well as some of his signature covers, such as Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode,” the Rolling Stones’ “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” Bob Dylan’s “Highway 61 Revisited” and Rock Derringer’s “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo,” which Johnny Winter recorded first, in 1970. Guests include Joe Walsh, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibson, Buddy Guy, Joe Bonamassa, Robben Ford, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Bobby Rush, with others to be announced in the future. “I think I see Johnny in a totally different light than other people do,” Winter says. “He first and foremost loved the blues, but he had a great voice, and in the early years when we were playing together he would sing beautiful ballads like ‘Cryin'” by Roy Orbison in a completely clear, beautiful voice. So I’m going to do some of those songs that are my personal favorites, too.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Quarto Valley Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.60
-0.60 to -0.59
-10.64
-12.74 to -9.16
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5 to 8
1
Mean Town Blues (feat. Joe Bonamassa)
-0.59-10.916
2
Alive and Well (feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd)
-0.59-10.206
3
Lone Star Blues (feat. Keb' Mo')
-0.59-12.748
4
I'm Yours and I'm Hers (feat. Billy F Gibbons, Derek Trucks)
-0.60-11.097
5
Johnny B. Goode (feat. Joe Walsh, David Grissom)
-0.59-10.036
6
Stranger (feat. Michael McDonald, Joe Walsh, Ringo Starr)
-0.59-10.997
7
Highway 61 Revisited (feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, John Mcfee)
-0.59-9.165
8
Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Koo (feat. Steve Lukather)
-0.59-10.276
9
When You Got a Good Friend (feat. Doyle Bramhall II)
-0.60-12.128
10
Jumpin' Jack Flash (feat. Phil X)
-0.60-9.465
11
Guess I'll Go Away (feat. Taylor Hawkins, Doug Rappoport)
-0.60-9.455
12
Drown in My Own Tears
-0.60-11.096
13
Self Destructive Blues (feat. Joe Bonamassa)
-0.60-9.706
14
Memory Pain (feat. Warren Haynes)
-0.60-11.167
15
Stormy Monday Blues (feat. Robben Ford)
-0.60-11.136
16
Got My Mojo Workin' (feat. Bobby Rush)
-0.60-9.515
17
End of the Line (feat. David Campbell Strings)
-0.60-11.866

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