Album Description: This album "Edgar Winter Group - With Rick Derringer" includes the original custom inner sleeve with photo of Edgar Winter, Chuck Ruff, Rick Derringer and Dan Hartman, and contains lyrics of all songs


large album front cover photo of: EDGAR WINTER GROUP WITH RICK DERRINGER 12" LP VINYL Album

Album Description & Collectors information: 

Music Genre:

Rock, Pop 

Album Production Information:


The album: "Edgar Winter Group - With Rick Derringer" was produced by: Rick Derringer, Steve Paul

Sound/Recording Engineer(s): Dave Still

This album was recorded at: LEISURE

Mastered by Tom Rbastenek at the Master Cutting Room, NYC


Album cover photography: Hrio

Portrait photo of Edgar Winter Steinbicker/Houghton

Record Label Information:

Blue Sky Sky 80970

Media Format:

12" LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram  

Year & Country:

1975 Made in Netherlands
Personnel/Band Members and Musicians on: Edgar Winter Group - With Rick Derringer
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Edgar Winter - Keyboard, vocals, sax, percussion
  • Chuck Ruff- drums
  • Rick Derringer - guitar, vocals Rick Derringer

      Rick Derringer (born Ricky Zehringer on 5 August 1947) an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and producer. He first gained fame as a member of The McCoys, a rock group that had a hit with the song "Hang On Sloopy" in 1965. He later became a solo artist and has worked as a producer and collaborator with many well-known musicians.

    Derringer was born in Fort Recovery, Ohio and grew up in Union City, Indiana. His family was musical, and he began playing guitar at an early age. In the mid-1960s, he formed The McCoys with his brother Randy and three other musicians. They had several hits, including "Hang On Sloopy," which was a number one hit in the United States in 1965.

    After The McCoys disbanded, Derringer formed the band "Johnny Winter And" with blues guitarist Johnny Winter. He also played on several of Winter's albums, including "Johnny Winter And Live" and "Still Alive and Well." In 1973, Derringer released his first solo album, "All American Boy," which featured the hit song "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo."

    Derringer continued to release solo albums throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including "Spring Fever," "Guitars and Women," and "Face to Face." He also worked as a producer, producing albums for artists such as Cheap Trick, Meat Loaf, and Mason Ruffner.

    In the 1990s and 2000s, Derringer continued to perform and record. He also worked as a collaborator with many musicians, including Edgar Winter, Steely Dan, and Kiss. He has been inducted into the Guitar Player Hall of Fame and the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.

    Throughout his career, Derringer has been known for his guitar skills and his ability to write catchy rock songs. He has influenced many musicians and continues to be a respected figure in the rock music world.

  • Dan Hartman - bass, vocals
Complete Track-listing of the album "Edgar Winter Group - With Rick Derringer"

The detailed tracklist of this record "Edgar Winter Group - With Rick Derringer" is:

    Track-listing Side One:
  1. Cool Dance
  2. People Music
  3. Good Shot
  4. Nothing Good Comes Easy
  5. Infinite Peace in Rhythm
  6. Paradise/Sides
    Track-listing Side Two:
  1. Diamond Eyes
  2. Modern Love
  3. Let's do it together again
  4. Can't tell one from the other
  5. J.A.P (Just Noather Punk)
  6. Chainsaw

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Band Description:

 Edgar Winter was born in 1946 in Texas, and grew up in a musical family. His father, John Winter, was a famous bandleader, and his brother Johnny was a renowned blues guitarist. Edgar began playing music at a young age, and by his teenage years, he was already an accomplished musician.

 In the 1970s, Edgar Winter was one of the biggest names in rock music. He had burst onto the scene in the late 1960s with his band White Trash, but it was his solo work in the '70s that really established him as a true superstar.

 In the early '70s, Edgar released a string of hit albums that showcased his unique blend of rock, jazz, and blues. His most successful album, "They Only Come Out at Night," was released in 1972 and contained the classic rock anthems "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride."

 Edgar was known for his high-energy live performances, and his concerts were legendary. He was a flamboyant showman, known for his wild stage antics and his iconic white fur coat. He often played multiple instruments during his shows, including saxophone, keyboards, and guitar.

 Despite his success, Edgar struggled with drug addiction during the '70s. He was open about his struggles, and even wrote a song about it called "Dying to Live." The song was a powerful statement about the dangers of drug abuse, and it struck a chord with many of his fans.

 By the end of the '70s, Edgar's star began to fade. The music industry was changing, and his brand of rock was no longer in vogue. He continued to release albums and tour, but he never reached the same heights of success as he had in the past.

 Today, Edgar Winter is remembered as one of the great rock musicians of the 1970s. His music continues to inspire new generations of fans, and his legacy lives on. Despite the ups and downs of his career, Edgar's passion for music never waned, and his commitment to his craft is an inspiration to us all.