July 2011
Mix;Jul2011, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p18
The article focuses on multi-instrumentalist Edgar Winter of the Edgar Winter Group. It says that Winter played an instrumental in his brother Johnny Winter's performances, which later became the signature of "Frankenstein," which they called "The Double-Drum Song." Winter states that "Frankenstein" remains his favorite and still loves playing it as much as he did the first time they played it live.


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