Steve Winwood Discography

The history of Steve Winwood reads like the history of English rock and roll: teenage years spent in an R&B band in the 60s (the Spencer Davis Group), fronting a psychedelic rock band in the late 60s and a progressive rock band in the early 70s (Traffic both times), playing alongside titans (Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix) and finally fixed in the firmament as an established star with platinum-selling pop albums in the 1980s.

Winwood was seventeen when he had his first #1 single with the Spencer Davis Group, “Keep On Running” and just eighteen when he belted out the immortal R&B classic “Gimme Some Lovin’.” The next year, he moved to Chris Blackwell’s fledgling Island label and formed the psychedelic rock group Traffic with Jim Capaldi, Dave Mason and Chris Wood. After two groundbreaking albums, Winwood joined Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Rick Grech in the one-off supergroup Blind Faith before eventually reconvening Traffic with Capaldi and Wood. Traffic in its second phase featured extended and complex songs, notably on the classic albums John Barleycorn Must Die! (1970) and The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys (1971), which endeared them to progressive rock fans like the guy who is writing this introduction right now.

Traffic came to a stop in the mid 70s, and Winwood released his first solo album in 1977, which picked up largely where Traffic left off. Not so the platinum-selling Arc of a Diver (1980),  which introduced a streamlined R&B/pop sound and earned him his first hit single as a solo artist, “While You See A Chance.” “Valerie” from his next album repeated the feat, but it was Back In The High Life (1986) that became his biggest seller, taking the radio hostage with hits like “Higher Love,” “The Finer Things,” “Back In The High Life Again” and “Freedom Overspill.” Roll With It (1988) continued his commercially winning ways, but interest in his music quickly cooled; Refugees of the Heart (1990) merely went gold, Junction Seven (1997) didn’t even get that far. In the 21st century, the man who bought his first Hammond B-3 organ with the money from his first hit single returned to the instrument on About Time (2003) and Nine Lives (2008), to the delight of cantankerous graybeards like the guy who is finishing up this introduction right now.

The Discography

WINWOOD (1971)
Keep On Running / Somebody Help Me / Goodbye Stevie / Crossroads / Gimme Some Lovin’ / I’m A Man / Can’t Get Enough of It / Stevie’s Blues / Paper Sun / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Coloured Rain / Dear Mr. Fantasy / Simling Phases / Dealer / Medicated Goo / Forty Thousand Headmen / Vagabond Virgin / Sea of Joy / Empty Pages / Stranger To Himself / Freedom Rider. Compilation released on 2LP on June 1971 in the US (United Artists, UAS-9950) with booklet; reached #93 on the US charts.

WINWOOD & FRIENDS (1972)
Dimples / Night Time Is The Right Time / Mojo Working // Jeff’s Blues / Too Much Monkey Business / Highway 69 / Early In The Morning / The 219. Released on elpee and 8-track in 1972 in the US (Springboard, SPB/8T-SPB-4040).

Time Is Running Out (1977)
b/w Penultimate Zone. Released on 12-inch on June 1977 in the UK (Island, WIP-6394). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1977 in the US (Island, IS-091) featuring the A side on both sides.

STEVE WINWOOD (1977)
Hold On / Time Is Running Out / Midland Maniac // Vacant Chair / Luck’s In / Let Me Make Something In Your Life. Originally released on elpee on June 1977 in the UK and the US (Island, ILPS-9494), Brazil (Island, 9127006), Germany and the Netherlands (Island, 28.972XOT), Japan (Island, ILS-80894) and Mexico (Island, LA-062); reached #12 on the UK charts and #22 on the US charts. Original elpee featured a picture innersleeve. Also released as a promotional elpee in 1977 in Japan (Island, 20S-66). Re-released on elpee in Japan (Island, ILS-50110). Re-released on CD in 1990 in the US and Australia (Island, 842 774), on digitally remastered CD in 1997 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-691) and on Super High Material CD in 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-93689).

While You See A Chance (1980)
b/w Vacant Chair. Released as 7-inch in December 1980 in the UK (Island, WIP-6655), Australia and New Zealand (Island, K-8159), Germany and the Netherlands (Island, 102 729-100), Itlay (Island, WIP 26655), Japan (Island, ILS-17138) and in January 1981 in the US and Canada (Island, IS 49656); reached #45 on the UK charts and #7 on the US charts (charted February 7, 1981 for 18 weeks). Regional 7-inch releases feature picture sleeve. Re-released on 7-inch Back to Back Hits in the US (Island, GIS0411) with “Arc of A Diver” on the flip side.

ARC OF A DIVER (1980)
While You See A Chance / Arc of a Diver / Second-Hand Woman / Slowdown Sundown // Spanish Dancer / Night Train / Dust. Originally released on elpee and cassette on December 31, 1980 in the UK (Island, ILPS/ICT-9576), the US (Island, ILPS/M5-9576), Australia and New Zealand (Island, L-37468), Brazil, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain (Island, 203.207.320), Canada (Island, XILP-9576), France (Island, 6313 124), Japan (Island/Toshiba EMI, ILS-81403), Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSI-73214) and Zimbabwe (Island, ILPS-29576); reached #13 on the UK charts and #3 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record on June 26, 1981). Original elpee featured a lyrics innersleeve. Re-issued on CD in the US (Island, CID 9576), in the US (Island, 842 365) and on digitally remastered CD in 1993 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-579) and in 1997 in Japan (Island, PHCR-4842).

Spanish Dancer (1981)
b/w Hold On. Released on 7-inch on March 1981 in the UK (Island, WIP-6680) with picture sleeve.

Arc of a Diver (1981)
b/w Dust. Released on 7-inch on April 1981 in the US and Canada (Island, IS-49726) with picture sleeve; reached #48 on the US charts (charted May 9, 1981 for 9 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1981 in the US (Island, IS-49726) with the mono version of “Arc of a Diver” on the flip side.

Night Train (1981)
b/w Night Train (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch and 12-inch on September 1981 in the UK (Island, WIP/12WIP-6710). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1981 in the US (Island, IS-49773) with the mono version of “Night Train (Remix Edit)” on the flip side. Released on 7-inch in 1981 in the Netherlands (Island, 102 904) with “Hold On” as the B side. Regional 7-inch releases feature picture sleeve.

There’s A River (1981)
b/w Two Way Stretch. Released on 7-inch on November 1981 in the UK (Island, WIP-6747) with picture sleeve.

Still In The Game (1982)
b/w Dust. Released on 7-inch on July 1982 in the US (Island, 7-29940); reached #47 on the US charts (charted August 7, 1982 for 10 weeks). Also released as a promotional 12-inch in 1982 in the US (Island, 1054) featuring the A side on both sides.

TALKING BACK TO THE NIGHT (1982)
Valerie / Big Girls Walk Away / And I Go / While There’s A Candle Burning / Still In The Game // It Was Happiness / Help Me Angel / Talking Back To The Night / There’s A River. Originally released on elpee and cassette on August 1982 in the UK and Israel (Island, ILPS/ICT-9777), the US (Island, ILPS/M5-9777), Australia (Island, RML/RMC-53018), Canada (Island, XILP/XM5-9777), Germany and the Netherlands (Island, 204.771.320), Italy (Island, ILPS1-9777), Japan (Island, 25S-129), Venezuela (Island/Rodven Discs, 7507) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSI-11023); reached #6 on the UK charts and #28 on the US charts. Original elpee featured lyrics innersleeve. Re-released on CD and cassette in 190 in the US (Island, 842 366) and on digitally remastered CD in 1996 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-674).

Valerie (1982)
b/w Slowdown Sundown. Released on 7-inch on October 1982 in the UK (Island, WIP-6818), the US (Island, 7-29878) and Canada (Island, 92 98787); reached #51 on the UK charts and #70 on the US charts (charted November 13, 1982 for 4 weeks). Also released as 7-inch in 1982 in Japan (Island, 7S-73) with “Dust” as the B side. Regional versions of the 7-inch feature a picture sleeve.

STEVE WINWOOD (1982)
Valerie / Still In The Game / It Was Happiness / Talking Back To The Night / While You See A Chance / Arc of a Diver / Hold On / Time Is Running Out. Compilation released on promotional elpee in 1982 in Japan (Island, HIT-14).

Your Silence Is Your Song (1982)
b/w Your Silence Is Your Song (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch in 1982 in Germany (Island, 105.162-100) with picture sleeve.

THEY CALL THAT AN ACCIDENT: ORIGINAL FILM SOUNDTRACK (1983)
Your Silence Is Your Song* / October / Guilt / Night Train* / Some Vision / Main Theme (Ils Appellent Ca Un Accident)* // Demolition Man / October / The First Flower (La Premier Fleur) / Future Soon / Gabriel’s Dream (Le Rêve de Gabriel) / Your Silence Is Your Song*. Soundtrack featuring tracks (*) by Steve Winwood released on elpee in 1983 in the UK (Island, ISTA 2) and the US (Island, ILPS 9757). Regional elpee versions feature different covers.

Higher Love (1986)
b/w And I Go + Higher Love (Extended Remix), Higher Love (Instrumental), Valerie, While You See A Chance, Talking Back To The Night. Released on 7-inch, 12-inch and cassette single on June 1986 in the UK and Australia (Island, IS/12IS/CIS-288), US (Island, 7-28710), Canada (Island, 92 87107), Germany (Island, 108.317) and Japan (Island, D07D-2015); reached #13 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (charted June 14, 1986 for 22 weeks). Regional release feature a picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 12-inch in 1986 in the US (Island, PRO-A-2507) with “Higher Love (LP Version)” on the B side.

BACK IN THE HIGH LIFE (1986)
Higher Love / Take It As It Comes / Freedom Overspill / Back In The High Life Again // The Finer Things / Wake Me Up On Judgment Day / Split Decision / My Love’s Leavin’. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on June 1986 in the UK (Island, ILPS/CID/ICT-9844), the US (Island, 25448-2), Brazil (Island, 6107 083), Canada (Island, 92 54481), Germany (Island, 207 769), Japan (Island, R28D-2036/P35D-20022) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSI-73178); reached #8 on the UK charts and #3 on the US charts (RIAA certified 4X platinum record on November 22, 1996) and won Grammy for Record of the Year (1986). Re-issued on CD and cassette (Island, 830 148), on CD in 1989 in Japan (Island, P25D-25109), on digitally remastered CD in 1994 in the US (Mobile Fidelity, UDCD-611), and on SHMCD in Japan (Island, UICY-93692).

Freedom Overspill (1986)
b/w Spanish Dancer (“Help Me Angel” in US/Canada) + Freedom Overspill (Liberty Mix), Freedom Overspill (Dub Mix), Higher Love (Extended Remix). Released on 7-inch and three- or four-track 12-inch in September 1986 in the UK (Island, IS/12IS-294), the US (Island, 7-28595/20537), Canada (Island, 92 85957), Germany (Island, 108/608.454) and Japan (Island, D07D-2017/R15D-2055); reached #69 on the UK charts and #20 on the US charts (charted September 27, 1986 for 15 weeks). Regional 7-inch releases feature picture sleeve. Also released as promotional 12-inch in 1986 in the US (Island, 2562) featuring the edit and elpee versions of “Freedom Overspill.”

A CONVERSATION WITH… (1986)
Promotional interview elpee released in 1986 in the UK (Island, SWCLP-1).

Back In The High Life Again (1987)
b/w Help Me Angel + Night Train (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch and 12-inch on January 1987 in the UK (Island, IS 303) and on 7-inch on May 1987 in the US (Island, 7-28472) and Canada (Island, 92 84727) with “Night Train (Instrumental)” as the B side; reached #53 on the UK charts and #13 on the US charts (charted May 30, 1987 for 21 weeks). Regional versions of 7-inch feature picture sleeve.

The Finer Things (1987)
b/w Night Train (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch on January 1987 in the US (Island, 7-28498), Australia (island, K-256), Canada (Island, 92 84987) and Japan (Island, D07D-2024); reached #8 on the US charts (charted February 7, 1987 for 23 weeks). Regional versions of 7-inch feature picture sleeve. Also released as promotional 12-inch in 1987 in the US (Island, PRO-A-2651) featuring edit and elpee versions of “The Finer Things.”

Valerie (Remix) (1987)
b/w Talking Back To The Night (Instrumental) + The Finer Things (remix). Released on 7-inch and three-track 12-inch, CD single and cassette single on September 1987 in the UK (Island, IS/12IS/CID/CIS-336), the US (Island, 7-28231), Australia (Island, K-440), Canada (Island, 92 82317) and Japan (Island, D07D-2030/R15D-2098); reached #19 on the UK charts and #9 on the US charts (charted October 10, 1987 for 20 weeks). Regional versions of 7-inch feature picture sleeve. Also released as promotional 7-inch in the US (Island, 7-28231) featuring A side only.

CHRONICLES (1987)
Wake Me Up On Judgement Day / While You See A Chance / Vacant Chair / Help Me Angel (Remix) / My Love’s Leavin’ // Valerie (Remix) / Arc of a Diver / Higher Love / Spanish Dancer / Talking Back To The Night (Remix). Compilation released as elpee, CD and cassette on October 1987 in the UK (Island, SSW/SSWC/SSWCD-1), US (Island, 25660-1/2/4), Canada (Island, 92 55601/4), Germany (Island, 208/258.595), Italy (Island, SSWK 71), Japan (Island, R28D-2097), New Zealand (Island, RML-53247), Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSI-73233) and worldwide (Island, 842 364); reached #12 on the UK charts and #26 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record on May 19, 1988). Original elpee features picture innersleeve. Re-issued on SHMCD on May 28, 2008 in Japan (Universal, UICY-90849).

Talking Back To The Night (1988)
b/w There’s A River. Released on 7-inch on February 1988 in the US (Island, 7-28122) and Canada (Island, 92 81227) with picture sleeve; reached #57 on the US charts (charted February 13, 1988 for 10 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch and 12-inch in 1988 in the US (Island, 7-28122/PRO-A-2908) with the A side on both sides.

Roll With It (1988)
b/w The Morning Side + Roll With It (12” Mix), Roll With It (Steve Testifies Dub). Released on 7-inch and three-track 12-inch and CD single on May 1988 in the UK (Virgin, VS/VST/VSTG/VSCD-1085), the US (Virgin, 7-99326/96648/DMD 1193), Canada (Virgin, VS-1436), Germany (Virgin, 111 534.100/611 534 213), Italy (Virgin, VIN-45276) and Japan (Virgin, VJD-12011); reached #53 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (charted June 11, 1988 for 18 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve. Also released as promotional CD single in 1988 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-9326) featuring edit and LP versions of A side.

ROLL WITH IT (1988)
Roll With It / Holding On / The Morning Side / Put On Your Dancing Shoes // Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? / Hearts On Fire / One More Morning / Shining Song. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on June 1988 in the UK and Hong Kong (Virgin, V/CDV/TCV-2532), the US (Virgin, V2-90946/-4), Canada (Virgin, VL/VL4-2532), Germany (Virgin, 209.165.630), Greece (Virgin, VG 50373) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSVIRG73254); reached #4 on the UK charts and #1 on the US charts (RIAA certified double platinum record on November 28, 1988). Original elpee features lyrics innersleeve. Re-issued on CD in 1993 in Japan (Virgin, VJCP-23156).

Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? (1988)
b/w Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? (Instrumental). Released on 7-inch on August 1988 in the UK (Virgin, VS 1107), the US (Virgin, 7-99290), Canada (Virgin, VS 1447) and Germany (Virgin, 111 685 100) with picture sleeve; reached #6 on the US charts (charted August 20, 1988 for 17 weeks). Also released as a promotional one-track CD single in 1988 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-2427A).

Holding On (1988)
b/w Holding On (Instrumental) + Holding On (Dance Mix), Gojuan (Aaghh Mix), Holding On (Steveapella Mix). Released on 7-inch, 12-inch and CD single in November 1988 in the UK (Virgin, VS/VST-1135), the US (Virgin, 7-99261/96595/296595) and Canada (Virgin, VS 1457) with picture sleeve; reached #11 on the US charts (charted November 26, 1988 for 17 weeks). Also released as promotional CD single in 1988 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-2516) featuring edit and LP versions of the A side and in 1989 in Japan (Virgin, VJD-12035) featuring three tracks.

Hearts On Fire (Remix) (1989)
b/w ?. Released on 7-inch on March 1989 in the US (Virgin, 7-99234) with picture sleeve; reached #53 on the US charts (charted March 18, 1989 for 9 weeks). Also released as promotional CD single in 1989 in the US (Virgin, 2637) and on 3-inch CD single in 1989 in Japan (Virgin, VJD-10210) both featuring the remix and 12-inch versions of the A side.

One And Only Man (1990)
b/w Always + One And Only Man (12-inch Version). Released on 7-inch and three-track 12-inch on October 24, 1990 in the UK (Virgin, VS/VST/VSCDT-1299) and the US (Virgin, 7-98892); reached #18 on the US charts (charted November 3, 1990 for 15 weeks). Regional versions of the 7-inch feature a picture sleeve. Also released as promotional CD single in 1990 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-3517) and Japan (Virgin, VJCP-1412).

REFUGEES OF THE HEART (1990)
You’ll Keep On Searching / Every Day (Oh Lord) / One And Only Man / I Will Be Here / Another Deal Goes Down / Running On / Come Out And Dance / In The Light of Day. Released on elpee and CD in November 1990 in the UK and Canada (Virgin, V/CDV-2650), the US (Virgin, V2-91405), Brazil (Virgin, 684271141), Colombia (EMI, 11001346), Germany (Virgin, 86189), Japan (Virgin, VJCP-2803) and Mexico (EMI/Virgin, 4271181); reached #26 on the UK charts and #27 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold album). Regional versions of elpee feature a lyrics innersleeve.

Another Deal Goes Down (1990)
+ Another Deal Goes Down (LP Version). Released as a promotional CD single in 1990 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-3686).

In The Light of Day (1990)
b/w In The Light of Day (Edit). Released as a promotional CD single in 1990 in the US (Virgin, PRCD-3868).

I Will Be Here (1991)
b/w Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? Released as CD single on April 1991 in Japan Virgin, VJCP-14020).

KEEP ON RUNNING (1991)
Keep On Running / Gimme Some Lovin’ / Somebody Help Me / I’m A Man / Every Little Bit Hurts / Paper Sun / Smiling Phases / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush / No Face, No Name, No Number / Well All Right / Empty Pages / John Barleycorn (Must Die) / Happy Vibes / Something New / Time is Running Out / Hold On. Compilation released on CD on September 23, 1991 in the UK (Island, 848 745-2).

THE FINER THINGS (1995)
Dimples / I Can’t Stand It / Every Little Bit Hurts / Strong Love / Keep On Running / Somebody Help Me / When I Come Home / I Want To Know / Crossroads / Gimme Some Lovin’ / I’m A Man / Paper Sun /  Dealer / Coloured Rain / No Face, No Name, No Number / Heaven Is In Your Mind / Smiling Phases / Dear Mr. Fantasy / Pearly Queen / (Roamin’ Thro’ The Gloamin’ With) 40,000 Headmen / No Time To Live / Shanghai Noodle Factory / Medicated Goo / Withering Tree // Had To Cry Today / Can’t Find My Way Home / Sea of Joy / Sleeping In The Ground / Under My Thumb / Stranger To Himself / John Barleycorn (Must Die) / Glad / Freedom Rider / Empty Pages / The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys / Rain maker // Shout Out At The Fantasy Factory / (Sometimes I Feel So) Uninspired / Happy Vibes / Something New / Dream Gerrard / Walking In The Wind / When The Eagle Flies / Winner-Loser / Crossing The Lines / Crossing The Line / Hold On / Time Is Running Out / Vacant Chair // While You See A Chance / Arc of a Diver / Spanish Dancer / Night Train / Dust./ Valerie / Talking Back To The Night / Your Silence Is Your Song / Higher Love / Freedom Overspill / Back In The High Life Again / The Finer Things / Roll With It / Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? / One And Only Man. Compilation released as 4CD box set on March 21, 1995 in the US (Island, 516 860).

Reach For The Light (Theme From Balto) (1995)
Released as CD and cassette single on October 31, 1995 in the US (MCA Soundtracks, 55147).

Spy In The House of Love (Narada Michael Walden Single Version) (1997)
b/w Spy In The House of Love (Tom Lord-Alge Rock Single Version) + Spy In The House of Love (LP Version), Come Out And Dance, Spy In The House of Love (Somerset Johnson Remix). Released as promotional CD single on June 3, 1997 in the UK (Virgin, VCSDJ-1642), US (Virgin, DPRO-12255) and Japan (Virgin, VJCP-12059).

JUNCTION SEVEN (1997)
Spy In The House of Love / Angel of Mercy / Just Wanna Have Some Fun / Let Your Love Come Down / Real Love / Fill Me Up / Gotta Get Back To My Baby / Someone Like You / Family Affair / Plenty Lovin’ / Lord of the Street. Released on CD on June 3, 1997 in the UK (Virgin, CDV 2832) and the US (Virgin, 44059); reached #123 on the US charts. Also released as CD featuring bonus track “Come Out And Dance” in 1997 in Japan (Virgin, VJCP-25306).

JUNCTION SEVEN EDITS (1997)
Gotta Get Back To My Baby / Plenty Lovin’ (Edit 1) / Plenty Lovin’ (Edit 2) / Family Affair (Edit). Released as promotional extended play CD in 1997 in the US (Virgin, 12740).

Angel of Mercy (1997)
+ Angel of Mercy (LP version). Released as promotional CD single in 1997 in the US (Virgin, 12776).

Gotta Get Back To My Baby (1997)
+ Gotta Get Back To My Baby (Jazz Version), Roll With It (Live in Munich), Put On Your Dancing Shoes. Released as CD single in 1997 in the Netherlands (Virgin, VSCDT-1651).

Plenty Lovin’ (1997)
+ Plenty Lovin’ (FO Version) + Plenty Lovin’ (COE Version). Released as promotional CD single in 1997 in Japan (Virgin, PCD-0861). Also released as promotional one-track CD single in 1997 in Japan (Virgin, PCD-0837).

THE BEST OF STEVE WINWOOD: 20TH CENTURY MASTERS THE MILLENIUM COLLECTION (1999)
Gimme Some Lovin’ / I’m A Man / Paper Sun / Dear Mr. Fantasy / Pearly Queen / Forty Thousand Headmen / Had To Cry Today / Can’t Find My Way Home / John Barleycorn / Empty Pages / Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys. Compilation released on CD on October 19, 1999 in the US (Island, 564 791-2).

ABOUT TIME (2003)
Different Light / Cigano (For The Gypsies) / Final Hour / Why Can’t We Live Together / Domingo Morning / Now That You’re Alive / Bully / Phoenix Rising / Horizon / Walking On / Silvia (Who is She?). Released on CD on June 17, 2003 in the UK (Sanctuary, SANCD-130) and the US (Wincraft, WM-0001); reached #126 on the US charts. Also released as promotional CD in 2003 in the UK (Sanctuary, SANPR-130) and the US (Wincraft, MVRTOS-03). Also released as CD with one bonus track (“Different Light (Radio Edit)”) in 1993 in Japan (Sony, SICP-414). Re-released as 2CD in 2004 with three-track bonus disc featuring “Dear Mr. Fantasy (live),” “Why Can’t We Live Together (live)” and “Voodoo Chile.” Re-released as CD with two bonus DVDs in 2005 in Japan (Sony, SICP-1859). Re-released as expanded CD with live bonus tracks in 2005 in the UK (BMG, 74695).

Different Light (2003)
+ Phoenix Rising, Dear Mr. Fantasy (live), Gimme Some Lovin’. Released as promotional CD single in 2003 in the US (Wincraft, DIDX-091008). Also released as promotional two-track CD single in 2003 in the US (Wincraft, DIDX-089309) featuring radio edit and elpee versions of “Different Light.”

INTERVIEW DISC (2003)
Released as promotional CD in 2003 in the US (SCI Fedelity, DIDX-090936).

THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION (2005)
Keep On Running / Midnight Special / Gimme Some Lovin / I’m A Man / Paper Sun / Hole In My Shoe / Feelin’ Alright? / Time Is Running Out / Hold On / Vacant Chair / Arc of a Diver / Spanish Dancer / While You See A Chance / Night Train / Dust / There’s A River / Still In The Game / Valerie / While There’s A Candle Burning / Talking Back To The Night / Your Silence Is Your Song / My Love’s Leavin’ / Higher Love / Freedom Overspill / Back In The High Life Again / The Finer Things / Roll With It / Don’t You Know What The Night Can Do? / One And Only Man / Reach For The Light (Theme From Balto) / Medicated Goo (live) / Happy Vibes / Winner-Loser / Crossing The Line (live) / Higher Love (Remix) / Valerie (Remix) / Help Me Angel (Remix) / Talking Back To The Night (Remix) / Call On Me. Compilation released on 3CD on September 13, 2005 (Universal).

COLOUR COLLECTION (2006)
Gimme Some Lovin’ / Keep On Running / I’m A Man / Paper Sun / Dear Mr. Fantasy / Pearly Queen / (Roamin’ Through The Gloamin’ With) Forty Thousand Headmen / Had To Cry Today / Can’t Find My Way Home / John Barleycorn (Must Die) / Empty Pages / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Medicated Goo (live) / Sea of Joy. Compilation released on CD on November 20, 2006 (Universal, 983949).

NINE LIVES (2008)
I’m Not Drowning / Fly / Raging Sea / Dirty City / We’re All Looking / Hungry Man / Secrets / At Times We Do Forget / Other Shore. Released on CD on April 29, 2008 in the US (Columbia, 22250); reached #12 on the US charts. Also released as CD with bonus DVD in 2008 in Japan (Sony, SICP-1856/7).

LIVE FROM MADISON SQUARE GARDEN (2009)
Live tracks: Had To Cry Today / Low Down / Them Changes / Forever Man / Sleeping In The Ground / Presence of The Lord / Glad / Well All Right / Double Trouble / Pearly Queen / Tell The Truth / No Face, No Name, No Number // After Midnight / Split Decision / Rambling On My Mind / Georgia On My Mind / Little Wing / Voodoo Chile / Can’t Find My Way Home / Dear Mr. Fantasy / Cocaine. Released as 2CD on May 19, 2009 in the US (Reprise, 093624979883); reached #14 on the US charts.

REVOLUTIONS: THE VERY BEST OF STEVE WINWOOD (2010)
Gimme Some Lovin’ / I’m A Man / Forty Thousand Headmen / No Face, No Name, No Number / Dear Mr. Fantasy / The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys / Glad / Can’t Find My Way Home / While You See A Chance / Valerie / Spanish Dancer / The Finer Things / Higher Love / Back In The High Life Again / Roll With It / Dirty City / Don’t You Know What the Night Can Do? Compilation released on CD on June 8, 2010 in the US (Island).

ICON (2011)
Higher Love / While You See A Chance / Valerie / My Love’s Leavin’ / Help Me Angel / Back In The High Life Again / The Finer Things / Arc of a Diver / Talking Back To The Night / Freedom Overspill / Wake Me Up On Judgment Day. Compilation released on CD on June 21, 2011 in the US (Island).

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