Saturday, October 6, 2007

The Winters Brothers Band - s/t

The Winters Brothers Band"s/t"Us Orig1976 LP MINT!!

1. I can't Help it
2. Shotgun Rider
3. Sang Her Love Songs
4. Devil After My Soul
5. Misty Mountain Morning
6. Old Stories
7. Smokey Mountain Log Cabin Jones
8.
Sweet Dream Lady
9. Dream Ride
10. Laredo
11. Rich Kids (Bonus)
12. Sang Her Love Songs (Bonus)

About the Artist
Veteran Southern Rockers, Donnie and Dennis Winters, were both born in southern Florida and moved to the hills of Tennessee at a very young age. They are the third generation of musicians in their family. Their grandfather "Pop" Winters began the "picking" tradition. His band "The Southern Strollers," were performing and recording in the late 40's. Their father Don Winters, Sr., had a successful career on his own with recordings on RCA and DECA Records. He was also a part of The Marty Robbins Show. During his 23 years with Marty, he was part of the band, the trio, and a featured solo artist.
The Winters Brothers first album was appropriately called "The Winters Brothers Band." It was released on ATCO/Atlantic Records and earned the brothers acceptance around the world. It features the songs, "I Can't Help It," "Smoky Mountain Log Cabin Jones" and "Shotgun Rider." "Sang Her Love Songs" was later recorded live at the Volunteer Jam (which was an event hosted by the Charlie Daniels Band), and is featured on the Volunteer Jams III and IV album, an EPIC Records release.
Their second album on ATCO/Atlantic Records was "Coast to Coast" and was held back due to legal complications, but has recently been independently released and is available now as “The Lost Album, a.k.a. Coast to Coast”. On EPIC Records, Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer Jam VI, the brothers recorded their song "Rich Kids." StarTrack Records based in Nashville, TN released their third album "Keep On Runnin." Their brand new CD "Southern Rockers" is released on SouthStarRecords. This new CD features 8 new southern rock songs and 4 originals from the first album that were recorded live in Nashville on November 27, 1999. All songs were written and produced by Donnie and Dennis Winters for SouthStarRecords and may be purchased through www.wintersbrothersband.com.



winter brothers band - album credits

Dennis Winters Guitar, Vocals
Donnie Winters, Jr. Guitar, Vocals
Don Murray Conductor
The Winters Brothers Band Main Performer
David Davis Keyboards
Charlie Daniels Violin
Joel "Taz" DiGregorio Piano
Kent Harris Drums
Gene Watson Bass



The Winters Brothers Kindly Asked That I Remove the Link

3 comments:

Luc said...

A great LP.

Luc said...

Dennis Winter's interview from 2005 at http://radioslb.c-webhosting.org/Interviews/WBBUS.php

allenbynz said...

thank you very much