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Stickin It Out - Edgar Winters White Trash - Recycled (CD, Album)

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  1. Vokinos says:
    White Trash Edgar Winter’s White Trash. Released White Trash Tracklist. 1. Give It Everything You Got Lyrics. 2. The greatest album no one’s heard of. “White Trash” Q&A.
  2. Makasa says:
    Perhaps one of his best-loved albums, Edgar Winter's White Trash combined funk, blues, R&B, and rock & roll to create one of the freshest sounds of the early '70s. Touching on gospel with "Fly Away" and "Save the Planet," Winter and his band cover all the bases, climbing into the lower end of the Top 40 with "Keep Playin' That Rock and Roll." Winter's hauntingly beautiful "Dying to Live Price: $
  3. Kazigar says:
    Recycled, an Album by Edgar Winter's White Trash. Released in on Blue Sky (catalog no. PZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk Rock, Jazz-Rock.
  4. Faejora says:
    Release Details. Artist: Edgar Winter's White Trash Album: Recycled Year: Length: 45 min 37 sec. Subgenres. Blues Rock. Rock. Record Quality. Bitrate: kbps.
  5. Gular says:
    Stickin' It Out / Puttin' It Back, a Single by Edgar Winter's White Trash. Released in on Blue Sky (catalog no. ZS8 ; Vinyl 7").
  6. Tauzahn says:
    Edgar followed Entrance with two hit albums backed by his group White Trash, a group originally composed of musicians from Texas and Louisiana. White Trash, with Winter and Jerry Lacroix both on lead vocals and sax, enjoyed huge success, with the release of the studio album Edgar Winter's White Trash, and with 's follow-up live gold.
  7. Kajilkis says:
    Mar 02,  · The companion set I’ve Got News for You chronicles the same period, but with Winter’s ensembles. The first album in the 6-CD set, Edgar Winter’s White Trash, followed up Entrance in As its cover proudly boasted, the album introduced lead singer-saxophonist Jerry LaCroix, who also co-wrote six of the ten tracks with Winter.
  8. Yozshulabar says:
    Edgar Winter's "White Trash" band emerged from that era, and this debut recording stands up very nicely, 35 years later. Some of it is rockin' soul music, some of it is soulful rock music; all of it features a fat horn section and the vocal stylings of Jerry LaCroix and the ultra-white Edgar Winter/5(56).

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