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9 thoughts on “ Wolf In Sheeps Clothing - Johnny Winter - Raisin Cain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The cover is Mint minus, the inner sleeve Mint Minus, and the record is Mint Minus. A great album to add to your collection. Like A Rolling Stone. Don't Hide Your Love. Sittin' In The Jailhouse. Talk Is Cheap.
  2. Johnny and company are in great form with this album. It's not as much straight blues like some of his earlier work, but there is a good mix of blues rock and blues on /5(11).
  3. A1. The Crawl A2. Sitting In The Jail House A3. Like A Rolling Stone A4. New York, New York A5. Bon Ton Roulet B1. Rollin’ And Tumblin’ B2. Talk Is Cheap B3. Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing B4. Don’t Hide Your Love B5. Mother-In-Law Blues B6. Walkin’ Slowly Used / Second-Hand This album .
  4. Johnny Winter lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Long Tall Sally", "Look Up", "Jumping Jack Flash".
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Raisin' Cain on Discogs. Label: Blue Sky - JZ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock4/5(2).
  6. Raisin' Cain is a album by Johnny Winter. Track listing "The Crawl" (Raymond Victorica, Wayne Shuler) "Sittin' in the Jail House" (Robert Ross) "Like a Rolling Stone" "New York, New York" (Rob Stoner)- "Bon Ton Roulet" (Clarence Garlow)- "Rollin' and Tumblin'" (McKinley Morganfield) -
  7. I'm a wolf in sheep's clothing And I'm looking for a foxy love Well might look like a little lost lamb AZLyrics. J. Johnny Winter Lyrics. album: "Raisin' Cain" () The Crawl. Sitting In The Jail House. Like A Rolling Stone. New York. Bon Ton Roulet.
  8. Oct 22,  · Raisin' Cain, an Album by Johnny Winter. Released in on Blue Sky (catalog no. JZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock. Featured peformers: Johnny Winter (producer), Dave Still (engineer, assistant producer)/5(4).
  9. Johnny Winter begins Raisin’ Cain, his ninth studio album since signing to CBS Records in (his records are now issued on the Blue Sky subsidiary), with “The Crawl,” a rock & roll dance tune, and he ends it with “Walkin’ Slowly,” which employs a Fats Domino-style New Orleans rhythm and the saxophone work of Tom Strohman.

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