Title: Steve Winwood Interview (May 1988)
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Steve Winwood is the debut solo studio album by blue-eyed soulster Steve Winwood. It was released in 1977, three years after the break-up of his former band, Traffic. Though the album sold moderately well in the US, it was a commercial disappointment compared to Traffic's recent albums, peaking at number 22 on the Billboard 200 album chart. In the UK, however, while Traffic's recent albums had only been moderately successful, Steve Winwood reached number 12 on The Official Charts.
Revolutions - The Very Best of Steve Winwood. Steve Winwood Jun 7, 2010 Island Records. Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Live From Madison Square Garden. Steve Winwood May 19, 2009 Reprise/Duck. Steve Winwood: Nine Lives. Steve Winwood Apr 29, 2008 Columbia, Wincraft. Traffic: The Last Great Traffic Jam. Traffic Sep 20, 2005 DualDisc (US: Epic 53498). Steve Winwood: About Time. Steve Winwood Jun 17, 2003 Wincraft, SCI Fidelity.
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WATCH: A short but sweet interview with Winwood following today’s play-off semi-final win pi. witter. Winwood has committed to Church for next season. A major part of our success over the past 3 seasons and absolutely key in the middle of the park.
Biography by Steve Huey. A soulful teenage wonder initially, he pursued more adventurous territory in Traffic and Blind Faith then settled into a solo career. Roll with It. Virgin.
Steve Winwood, Soundtrack: Masters of the Universe. Steve Winwood was born on May 12, 1948 in Great Barr, Birmingham, West Midlands, England as Stephen Lawrence Winwood. He has been married to Eugenia Crafton since January 18, 1987. They have four children. He was previously married to Nicole Tacot Weir.
Album: Talking Back To The Night (1982). This song has 2 remixes: one from Tom Lord Alge with revised drum and vocal tracks on the 1987 Steve Winwood compilation album Chronicles and the other from Swedish DJ Eric Prydz in 2004. More songs from Steve Winwood. More songs with girls' names in the title. More songs written by Will Jennings.
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