Roadwork is a live album by /saxophonist Edgar Winter and his band White Trash, a powerful revue famous for their fusion of funk, gospel, R&B, and rock 'n' roll. It was released as a double LP in 1972. Roadwork was the second of only three albums the band recorded together. Highlights include Winter's vocals and virtuoso keyboard work, plus the guitar stylings of Rick Derringer.
Edgar Holland Winter (born December 28, 1946) is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer. He is known for being a t - keyboardist, guitarist, saxophonist and percussionist - as well as a singer. His success peaked in the 1970s with his band, The Edgar Winter Group, and their popular songs "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride". Winter was born to John Winter II and Edwina Winter on December 28, 1946, in Beaumont, Texas.
The Power Of Positive Drinkin'. Rebel Road (CD, Album).
Edgar Winter : Rebel Road,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 1. Rebel Road (with Slash). 2. Eye on You. 3. The Power of Positive Drinking (with Clint Black). 5. Rockin’ the Blues (with Johnny Winter). 6. The Closer I Get. 7. I’d Do It Again. 10. On the Horns of Dilemma (with Clint Black).
This isn't the album for the folks who like Edgar's funk and spacy offerings. There's none of that here. This album rocks from beginning to end, except for a couple of excellent ballads which demonstrate that Edgar's voice is still in fine form. The songwriting is strong with excellent hooks and strong playing. Edgar Winter takes off in a different direction in this DVD. His music has a subtler sound than usual, but it is still great. We have always enjoyed his music, but there is something about the song, "Rebel Road", that is absolutely compelling and haunting. I guarantee that you will enjoy this later spin of music.
Now, kick it now, kick it all night long You know I was born to ride on the rebel road Been 'livin' my life on rebel road Been on this road my whole damn life Different bar every other night Livin' in the city seeing all the sights Motherfucker actin tough startin all the fights Been livin my life on the rebel road
Rebel Road is the tenth solo album by /saxophonist Edgar Winter. It was released on July 8, 2008 by Airline Records. The album features lead and solo guitar work by Slash on the single "Rebel Road", vocals and harmonica by Clint Black on "The Power of Positive Drinking" and "On the Horns of a Dilemma", and lead and solo guitar by Edgar's brother Johnny Winter on "Rockin' the Blues".
Rebel Road is another Edgar Winter back-to-basics album. These 11 tracks are much closer to what the t did in the early '70s, bypassing the type of material that alienated listeners in the past, such as the science fiction-influenced Mission Earth and Standing on Rock or the smooth jazz-oriented Jazzin' the Blues. Rebel Road has an overall classic rock feel to it - Slash plays guitar on the title track - but also delves into the blues and even country.
|Eye On You||3:49|
|The Power Of Positive Drinkin'||3:47|
|Rockin' The Blues||5:01|
|The Closer I Get||4:39|
|I'd Do It Again||4:13|
|Peace And Love||4:47|
|On The Horns Of A Dilemma||3:13|
|Oh No No||3:40|
|GELM 4201||Edgar Winter||Rebel Road (CD, Album)||Evangeline Records||GELM 4201||UK||2008|
|AR-CD-0215||Edgar Winter||Rebel Road (CD, Album)||Airline Records||AR-CD-0215||US||2008|
|AR-CD-0215||Edgar Winter||Rebel Road (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Airline Records||AR-CD-0215||Russia||2008|
|AR-CD-0215||Edgar Winter||Rebel Road (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Airline Records||AR-CD-0215||Russia||Unknown|