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Steve Winwood DVD

Post by Don » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:55 am

Another gem for any Traffic, Cream, or Blind Faith fans. Terri and I watched this one last night. (encore this morning) Steve Winwood at his best. Guy has not lost a beat over the years. Very fine DVD concert. Excellent audio and video quality.

This guy has had so many hits over the years that many were not here. Would have played for hours, if that was the case. However, still a very good concert. My only regret were only 11 songs were played. One of my favorites not included was "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys".
Having said that, still well worth buying, if a fan. =D>

I know I am dating myself. Most on forum will wonder: Who the heck is Steve Winwood? :rolleyes: I know Kingman, Zoot Horn, Chauss, Frankie D., OO and a few others will know who I am talking about. :lol: 8)
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Re: Steve Winwood DVD

Post by Zoot Horn » Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:06 pm

Oh hell yeah---mandatory listening!!! =D>

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Re: Steve Winwood DVD

Post by TNRabbit » Sat Oct 13, 2012 1:27 pm

I actually flew from London to Nashville (he had a farm near Nashville) with Steve Winwood back in the mid 80s. I was stationed in the UK at the time.

Some of the younger folks might remember him more from his album in the 80s "Back in the High Life Again".

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