Edgar Winter Group w/Ronnie Montrose "Keep Playin' That Rock & Roll" LIVE 1972





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Published on Mar 4, 2012

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Mike Pachelli
This the best example of singer scattin' answering back and forth with the guitarist I've ever seen!
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"Save your money up for when you get old." Wow, who would have dreamed it would happen so fast? Love the Winters brothers.
Steven Reiss
Let's also give credit to Dan Hartman on bass……another great musician who we lost wayyyy too soon! He put the "multi" in multi-talented…..
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David Holliday
Both great in their own way. I personally know Rick and I played guitar with Edgar in the early 60's  also Johnny.
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Dave Callahan
Damn, Ronnie, how we miss you.
Chuck Ruff...one of THE most underrated drummers of the 1970's...what a monster......got to chat with him many times before he died and did some work to some of his guitars.......great guy and such a pleasure to talk with......he is missed!
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Wayne World
Back in the good old days when the really played music on stage.
garry ford
They Only Come Out at Night!  The original lineup from that classic Edgar Winter album.  Fantastic performance, how sad is it that 3 of these 4 guys are no longer with us.   Dan Hartman, Ronnie Montrose, and Chuck Ruff  RIP!!   However, Edgar is still playing that Rock & Roll!!
Frank DiGanci
You can certainly understand why that's all you ever wanna do once you've had a taste...RIP Ronnie
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Rich Johnson
a LP Jr with a super reverb? Awesome
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