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ZZZ Recording Johnny Winter's First Album, CBS Studios, Nashville, 1969

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Grammy-winning producer/engineer Eddie Kramer brought you Woodstock and hundreds of albums by Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Johnny Winter, Traffic, Bad Company, David Bowie, and Joe C... Click To Read More About This Product

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Grammy-winning producer/engineer Eddie Kramer brought you Woodstock and hundreds of albums by Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Johnny Winter, Traffic, Bad Company, David Bowie, and Joe Cocker to name just a few. He's also a gifted photographer who's had access to rock's greatest musicians in their most contemplative and creative moments.

"I never thought once when I was taking these casual pictures, that they would be anything more than personal remembrances," says Kramer. But in time he came to realize the importance of these classic images to millions of fans around the world.

Now you can own a limited-edition custom print of your most-beloved musical icon on acid-free, archival-quality photo paper. A sound artistic investment, each print is signed by Kramer, numbered, and embossed with an authentication seal. No more than 200 of each image will be issued.

Eddie Kramer reminisces about this photo: "I was asked by Steve Paul who owned and ran The Scene Club on 46th street, where Jimi and many others used to jam, to produce Johnny's first album for CBS. Somehow the decision was made to record in Nashville. Maybe the CBS brass thinking Johnny was southern (from Texas), why not record in Nashville, the home of country music?! Bringing in Willie Dixon, one of the kings of Chicago blues and Walter "Shakey" Horton”either Johnny's or Steve's idea”was a master stroke. Tommy Shannon on bass (later of Double Trouble) and Uncle John Turner on drums made for a solid first album. Johnny was an upcoming star! During the session we had to stop for the lunar landing on the moon, quite an historic occasion."

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Unique classic image
Limited edition of no more than 200
Gallery quality
Custom printed on acid-free photo paper
Signed by Kramer
Seal of authenticity
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