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Turn On Your Lovelight - Edgar Winters White Trash - Roadwork (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Friday Music announces the first time Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the classic Edgar Winter’s White Trash Roadwork album. For a very short time, this monumental masterwork is being presented on Gram White Vinyl and featuring the original gatefold LP artwork, not seen in years in this format. Roadwork by Edgar Winter’s White Trash.
  2. Label: Epic - KEG • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Pitman Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock Edgar Winter's White Trash - Roadwork (, Pitman Pressing, Vinyl /5(90).
  3. Edgar Winter’s White Trash – Roadwork $ Format: 2xLP, Album, RE. Catalog number: KEG Comment: Few light scuffs, hairline scratches on vinyl, Side Four does have marks on it that are pressing imperfections, does not affect play when tested. Heavy wear on sleeve. Turn On Your Lovelight .
  4. Seine Band "White Trash" enthält Klasse-Mitstreiter, allen voran Rick Derringer, der seinem Chef weder vom Gesang noch in den solistischen Fähigkeiten an der Gitarre her nachsteht (Glanz-Nummer: Back in the USA) und Jerry LaCoix, der als Vokalist alle nochmal übertrifft (siehe z.B. "Turn on your Lovelight") und am Tenorsax die Latte auch /5(8).
  5. The live follow-up to 's Edgar Winter's White Trash finds the group running through a handful of the tunes from their debut album, as well as rocking things up a bit with "Still Alive and Well" (a track later recorded by Edgar's brother Johnny) and "Back in the U.S.A." One of the most immortal lines for any live rock album has to be "People keep askin' me -- where's your brother?"Price: $
  6. Roadwork is a live album by vocalist/keyboardist/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 Roadwork was the second of only three albums the band recorded together.
  7. In , legendary rocker and blues statesman Edgar Winter along with his band White Trash played a series of shows at the famed Apollo Theatre and Academy Of Music in New York City and the Whisky A Go-Go in L.A. Luckily, Epic Records captured the prolific events on tape and the amazing album Roadwork was born. Featuring takes on rock and soul classics like Chuck Berry’s "Back In the U.S.A.
  8. From the gospel driven, "Save the Planet" to the scream & shriek fest of "Turn on Your Love Light", ROADWORK is IT! Where else can you get Edgar Winters White Trash featuring, Jerry LaCroix, with Super-EX-McCoy, Rick Derringer fresh from his stint w/Johnny Winter And, Ricks fellow McCoy, Randy Jo Hobbs, and a guest appearance by Edgars big.
  9. The live follow-up to 's Edgar Winter's White Trash finds the group running through a handful of the tunes from their debut album, as well as rocking things up a bit with "Still Alive and Well" (a track later recorded by Edgar's brother Johnny) and "Back in the U.S.A."One of the most immortal lines for any live rock album has to be "People keep askin' me -- where's your brother?".

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