Johnny Winter's A Lone Star Kind Of Day
Johnny Winter & Friends: A Lone Star Kind Of Day Relix RRCD 2042 (AAD) 1962 - 1989 (90)
This CD is hard to find and may be considered rare
Review of "A Lone Star Kind of Day" from CD Review January 1991 Volume VII, Number 5, has a Review of A Lone Star Kind Of Day on page 30.
Following is the article.
A Lone Star Kind Of Day
is primarily a revealing look back at the music Winter made in his native Texas
before hitting the big time. The disc does, however, include two recent recordings.
One is an interesting Cajun-influenced take on "Louie Louie," and the
other is "We Go Back Quite Ways," written and recorded especially for
this project. The latter finds Winter trading verses with former bandmate I.P.
"Ike" Sweat, as they fondly recall their early '60s performances in
Texas honky-tonks and roadhouses.