Charisma 12722 Johnny Guitar
Charisma 105194 –
Please come home for Christmas, Johnny Guitar, Illustrated man
This page lists some early 60s recordings with Johnny Winter on Guitar for Billy Don.
Cardinal 400 – Walking Home At Midnight / I Live My Life –
Walkin’ Home at Midnight performed by Billy Don Chaisson, with Johnny Winter on Guitar. This song was co-written by Johnny Winter. Released on Cardinal Records 400, High Island, Texas. P.O. Box 29, Crazy Cajun Music. Johnnx Winter is credited on the record label.
This page describes all of Johnny Winter’s singles released on the Buddah Label.
Producer: Huey P. Meaux
BDA 168 – Bad News / Out of Sight – Promotional Copy, printed “Not For Sale”
FG-301 Bad News / Out of Sight – Gold coloured label printed “Not For Sale”
Sky 3092 – Raised on Rock / Stranger – Comments: Rare Germany Release of the 7″ Single with nice photo sleeve
ZS8 2754 – Raised on Rock / Pick up on my Mojo – Comments: release with different picture sleeves and different artwork on the labels.
ZS8 2756 / Golden Olden Days of Rock & Roll Comments: Promo/Demo
ZS8 2764 – Let the Good Times Roll – Mono and Stereo versions released
This page lists the 7″ Singles of “Johnny Winter” released on the “Atlantic Records” label , these tracks have been recorded around 1963.
AFAIK there is one 7″ single record released o n the Atlantic records label. Side A: Eternally, Side B: You’ll Be the Death of Me, with catalognumber: 45-2248.
Producer: Ken Ritter
Two different versions exist: 1) Black and Red Label 2) Black and White Label
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Oftern called “acetates“. lacquer discs are used for instantaneous playback records and master discs for manufacture of records. Blank discs are placed on the turntable of the disc cutting lathe and a music groove is cut into the blank surface. Prior to widespread usage of magnetic tape, radio stations and studios all used disc cutting lathes. It was not unusual for an artist to leave the recording studio with an “acetate” under their arm or record company staff to have a few discs cut to rush them to radio stations for promotional use.
“Actetates” are lathe-cut records. They are not record pressings and they have never seen the inside of a record press.
Side A: Easy Lovin’ Girl – Johnny Winter
Side B: Low Down Gal of Mine – Johnny Winter
Side A: Livin’ in the blues – Johnny Winter
Side B: Kind Hearted Woman – Johnny Winter
Jerry Lacroix worked a lot more with Edgar Winter than with Johnny Winter. Nevertheles Johnny Winter played with Jerry Lacroix on one of his first records: “The Second Coming” as well as on the single produced with Jerry’s band: Jerry (Count) Jackon and the Domino’s
This LP was released in 1974 on the Mercury Label: SRM-1-701
Tracklisting of “The Second Coming”:
Two Singles released by Jerry LaCroix using the pseudonym: Jerry “Count” Jackson
Side A: The Band Doll
Record Label: Tear Drop – 3001
Side B: Where Can You Be?
Record Label: Vee Jay Records – VJ 563 (originally released on Frolic 45-505)
Side A: Come Back Baby (Winter-Reeder-Lacroix)
Side B: Falling in Love (Johnny Watson)
Comment: both singles have been attributed to Johnny Winter, I would like to receive some evidence of this. Please use the reply/comment section on this üage.
Akarma Records (Italy) a division of Comet Records. Note that “Comet Records” is/was owned by Ken Ritter. Ken Ritter being producer of some of Johnny Winter early (1960-1968) recordings.
They issued a 7″ Single with the tracks:
That’s What Love Does – Johnny Winter (2:15)
Shed So Many Tears – Anderson/Shuler (2:13)