|The Progressive Blues Experiment - is Johnny's first official recording, although this album was only released after the success of "Johnny Winter". Noteworthy songs on this album are: Rollin and Tumblin, Mean Town Blues, It's My Own Fault and Black Cat Bone. Also check out the outfit Johnny is wearing.|
|Johnny Winter aka the Black Album. Johnny's first official recording, pure black blues, with fantastic songs like "Be Careful with a Fool".|
|Second Album , seems to be a 180% turn of Johnny Winter. Probable due to some commercial obligations the Second Album is a mixture of pop/rock songs with some unforgettable songs like: Memory Pain, Miss Ann, Hustled down in Texas, and some excellent covers like Highway 61 Revisited and Johnny B. Goode|
|Captured Live - his best live album ever, with some very exciting guitar duets of Floyd Radford|
|Nothin but the Blues - this album marks another turnaround in his career. After seven years of Rock and Roll, Johnny returns to his roots. Nothing but the blues as it name says is a pure blues album, with some unforgettable acoustic slide work|
|Guitar Slinger - another highlight in Johnny's career, this is also the first album were Johnny uses a different guitar.|
|Live in NYC - "Live in New York City" is Johnny Winter's latest live album. This Live album mostly recorded in 1997 probable marks the end of great music career.|
This section of The Johnny Winter Story describes Johnny Winter albums which are generally (and by me) as essential must have albums for Johnny Winter fans as well as for all other people who like blues music. (Click on the links to go to the full album descriptions.