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…

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[Review] Blind Faith (1969)

A supergroup for the ages, featuring the principal members of Cream and Traffic. Plus the bass player from Family.

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[Review] Lou Reed: Berlin (1973)

Reed recycles some old bits into a brilliant concept album about domestic abuse, produced by the king of the concept album, Bob Ezrin.

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Steve Winwood (1977)

Kronomyth 1.0: NO HITS, NO NAME, NO WONDER. Often lost and forgotten, Steve Winwood’s first official album was the second ill omen of…

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Steve Winwood: Arc of a Diver (1980)

Kronomyth 2.0: WORK OF A DIY’ER. 1980 was a watershed in modern rock as artists anticipated the dark, science fiction future forecast by…

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Jim Capaldi: Fierce Heart (1983)

Kronomyth 8.0: ARC OF A DIVERSE ARTIST. Co-produced with Steve Winwood, Fierce Heart is a conscious attempt to channel Winwood’s success with synthesizers…

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Steve Winwood: “Valerie” (1987)

Kronomyth 5.01: VALERIEMIX. So, in the pitiable pantomime that constitutes my life, I find that the left channel of my phono input has…

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Steve Winwood: “Roll With It” (1988)

Kronomyth 6.01: (I’M A) ROLLED WRITER. “Roll With It” was probably the most anticipated single of Steve Winwood’s career and he didn’t disappoint….

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