My Generation VHS Includes performances by Jeff Beck, Alvin Lee, Johnny
Winter, Joe Walsh, B.B. King, Duane Eddy, Jimi
Hendrix and Eric Clapton.
Pop Festival Texas International
Pop Festival 30 Aug 1969 - 16mm 3 cameras
with sound 15Min.
Got No Shoes Got No Blues - video of the 1969 Texas International Pop Festival
Royal Albert Hall - 1969
Newport Pop Festival
Detroit Tube Works
Woodstock - 1969
Creation of the Woodstock Fest - Interviews w/ founders & developers
of fest. & clips by Ritchie Havens, Leslie West, Mountain, Arlo Guthrie,
Janie Jop lin, & Sly & Family Stone. Archival photos & rare &
never-b efore-seen film footage. 60 min
Woodstock - 3 Days of Peace & Music (The... - Woodstock set the standard
for all rockumentaries to come. Sensing that the now-legendary 1969 Woodstock
concert would be something more than a mere "happening", director
Michael Wadleigh brought along a battalion of cinematographers and assistants.
As a result, what could have been an aloof, detached record of the landmark
concert is as "up close and personal" as it was possible to get
without actually being there. Utilizing widescreen, splitscreen, and stereo-sound
technology to the utmost, Wadleigh puts us right in the middle of the 400,000
screaming, mud-caked spectators, then zooms in to loving closeups of the stars.
Edited by Martin Scorsese (among many others), the finished product won the
1970 Oscar for Best Documentary-and was also stamped with an "R"
rating due to some innocuous (by 1990s standards) nudity and profanity. The
talent lineup includes Canned
Heat, Richie Havens, Country Joe and the Fish, The Who, Jimi
Hendrix, Santana, David Crosby and Stephen Stills, Jefferson Airplane,
Joe Cocker, Arlo Guthrie, John Sebastian, Sly and the Family Stone, Ten Years
After and Sha Na Na. The original 184 minute running time was expanded to
224 minutes for the 1994 video version, featuring previously excised footage
Joplin. One of our favorite shots in Woodstock has no music at all: the
final image, as a group of dour policemen survey the garbage and debris left
behind by the Woodstock Naton.
Sound's of the 70's
A Video with Johnny Winter, Santana and Taj Mahal. The Johnny Winter video parts are
either from 1969 or 1971. The songs Johnny performs are "Johnny Be Good", "Mamma Talk To Your Daughter"
and "Tell the Truth"
Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark
- Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark
2 Oct 1970 -TV studio 30min.
- Gladsaxe Teen Club, Denmark
2 Oct 1970 - Part Two 25min.
Don Kirshner Rock Concert - 1973
Palace Theatre - New York - 1973
The band is the Still Alive And Well formation. White
Firebird used on all songs. Except for the intro song (Rock and
Roll Hoochie Koo) where we notice a not-warmed-yet Johnny (I mean
cliches riff), all the other songs are involve great solos (really
This was presented on our MTV-like broadcast network named
- Rock'n'Roll Hoochie Koo
- Stone County
- Jumping Jack Flash
- Johnny B.Goode
- Silver Train
Blues Summit in Chicago Thursday, 18 July 1974
Video: Blues Summit In Chicago
- Muddy Waters, vocals, guitar 1-3,6,9,11
- Michael Bloomfield, guitar 1-11
- Dr. John, vocals 10, piano 1,2,5-11
- Phil Guy, guitar 7-9
- Willie Dixon, vocals 7,9,11
- Koko Taylor, vocals 2,7,11
- Buddy Miles, drums 2,6-11
- Johnny Winter, vocals 2,8, guitar 6-11
- Junior Wells, hca 3-6,8-11, vocals 2,4,5
- Nick Gravenites, vocals 2,4, intro 3
- Muddy Waters' Band (probably): Al Radford, bass 1,3-11 - ? guitar 1,3-5 -
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, drums 1,-3-5 - "Pine Top" Perkins, piano 1,3,4,11
- "Blow Wind Blow/Introduction" (4.12)
- "Welcome and talk about the blues" (all)
- "Intro by Nick Gravenites/Long Distance Call" (10.41)
- "Messin' With The Kid" (3.47)
- "10 Long Years" (6.03)
- "Mannish Boy" (6.20)
- "Wang Dang Doodle" (3.12)
- "Walkin' Thru The Park" (4.20)
- "Hoochie Coochie Man" (5.09)
- "Sugar Sweet" (4.20)
- "Got My Mojo Working" (6.16)
Winterland 1976- 1/2" B/W 2 cam. 15min (encore only)
Chicago Blues Festival 1981
Tuesday, 4 August 1981 released 1991 - The late Muddy
Waters was one of the finest and most influential blues performers of
all time -- just ask The Rolling Stones, who took their name from
one of his songs. On this video, Muddy was captured in fine form
onstage at the Chicago Blues Festival, with friend and collaborator Johnny
in on guitar; songs include Mannish Boy and I'm A King Bee.
Don't Take Advantage of Me
JOHNNY WINTER LIVE - 1984
Johnny Winter Toronto 1984
BLUES GUITARIST JOHNNY WINTER PERFORMS LIVE ON STAGE. HE
PLAYS SUCH ROCK 'N' ROLL STANDARDS AS "HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED," "JUMPING
JACK FLASH," AND "ROCK AND ROLL HOOCHEE COO."
Square Garden circa 1993
Johnny was part of the Bob
Dylan 30th Birthday Celebration at Madison Square Garden 16 Oct 1992. The
concert is available on video and CD. Johnny plays a blistering version of Highway
61 Revisited. He's backed up by Booker T and the MGs. The bass player (Donald
"Duck" Dunn I think?) is visibly blown away by Johnny's performance,
it's a lot of fun to watch. The crowd absolutely loved him. I'm not sure who
distributes the video or the exact name of the tape but it would be a good one
to add to your list. Other performers include Neil Young, Eddie Vetter, Tracy
Chapman and so many others I can't remember.
- Walking Thru The Park - Johnny Winter sings this one
- Hoochie Coochie Man