Have you heard of the good love
Do it and you better not tell, no no
I'd take a thousand trips for the givin' the good love
Woman says she love me
And that she don't understand
Gotta give all you got
To a good loving man
Let me feel you baby
Try to touch my soul, yeah
Got to give me the good love
Give my life and let it be, yeah
You're gonna lose yourself
Out the help of the good love
Baby, say you're groovin'
Come on and groove some with me
Understand your life
That's the way things must be
I don't want to wreck nobody's soul
I just want to rock and roll, yeah, yeah, yeah
Rock and roll, man
It's alright, man
Oh, oh, oh
Tommy Shannon - Bass
"Uncle" John Turner - Percussion
Edgar Winter - Piano, Organ, Harpsichord & Alto Sax
Johnny Winter - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin
Johnny Winter: "We went to Nashville to cut our new album. The original plan was to cut as much material as possible and pick the best of what was cut to make up a regular one-record album. After we finished, we found out that if all the songs were used we might lose some volume if only one record were used. Since it was very important to us that our album be as loud as is technically possible, we had a problem. We had cut everything that we wanted to and everything we had planned on doing and we didn't have anything else that we really wanted to do. We also really liked everything we'd done and didn't want to leave any of the songs out. We should i't honestly give you more, and we didn't want to give you less, so here is exactly what we did in Nashville--no more and no less." (Liner Note)
I do not own the copyright to the music, the recording and the photos. (Image post and video art appropriated from the original album.) This video is posted for educational use under Section 17 U.S. Code § 107. Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use.
All posts in this channel are rendered in old school using restored vinyl LPs. Unless noted, this channel does not use recordings from CDs. As much as possible, I attempted to remove most of the pops and crackles from the original vinyl album. Some remastering was applied to make the performance cut through within the confines of the loudness wars.
Hope you enjoy.