|Compilation album by Steve Winwood|
|Genre||Rock, Blue-eyed soul|
|Producer||(original recordings) Chris Blackwell, Jimmy Miller, Steve Winwood, Guy Stevens, Jac Holzman|
|Steve Winwood chronology|
Winwood is the first compilation album of music featuring Steve Winwood. This two-record set was issued in 1971 by United Artists Records and features music which Winwood performed with The Spencer Davis Group, Powerhouse, Traffic and Blind Faith. UA Records issued this album after Winwood's band Traffic left UA when their home label Island Records set up their own American operation. Issued without Winwood's authorization as catalogue number UAS-9950, it was taken off the market after legal action by Winwood and Island Records. It was then reissued with minor changes as catalogue number UAS-9964. Currently out of print, it was issued on CD by Universal Music of Japan for the Japanese market.
(all songs performed by The Spencer Davis Group unless otherwise indicated)
- "Keep On Running"
- "Somebody Help Me"
- "Goodbye Stevie"
- "Cross Roads" (performed by Powerhouse)
- "Gimme Some Lovin'"
(Tracks 1, 2 and 3 performed by The Spencer Davis Group, tracks 4, 5 and 6 performed by Traffic)
- "I'm A Man"
- "Can't Get Enough of It"
- "Stevie's Blues"
- "Paper Sun"
- "Heaven is in Your Mind"
- "Coloured Rain"
(All songs performed by Traffic)
- "Dear Mr. Fantasy"
- "Smiling Phases"
- "Medicated Goo"
- "Forty Thousand Headmen"
- "Vagabond Virgin"
(all songs performed by Traffic unless otherwise indicated)
- "Sea of Joy" (performed by Blind Faith)
- "Empty Pages"
- "Stranger to Himself"
- "Freedom Rider"
- Ruhlmann, William (2011 [last update]). "Winwood - Steve Winwood | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 7 August 2011.