Johnny Winter's Walkin By Myself
Oldie-Markt, issue Aug 93 (Europe's most popular records collector magazine)
Out of Texas comes one of the best white blues guitarists at all, Johnny Winter. "Walking By Myself" showcases him where he's best at: performing live. As his manager writes, this was one of the best shows of the albino, but there are no detailed information when and where the gig took place. But according to line-up and set-list it must have been around the tour to the album "White, Hot & Blue" in 1978. The music is Winter as usual: Thundering blues rock with excursions to rock 'n' roll and the Rolling Stones. A one-man-show is guarenteed, however Winter gets best support by his fellowners Isaac Sweat, Uncle John Turner and Kent Rush.
Released: 1992 Relix Records. This is from a show Johnny did on 7 Aug 1977 at the Calderone Theatre in Hempstead N.Y.(on Long Island). It was recorded and broadcast a few weeks later on WLIR-FM . The band was the same one he recorded "White, Hot & Blue" with. At the end of the tape Johnny introduces the whole band, including the drummer, Bobby Torello. Uncle John or Edgar are not part of the band.
This record is the same as: Live in Houston busted in Austin.