George Winston

Here’s some piano music from George Winston that you can listen to on Spotify.

I have been lucky to see him perform several times in Dallas, his music is great, and watching him play is amazing. I need to see him again when he comes to the One World Theatre in Austin for concerts on February 18-19. He plays over 100 solo concerts a year featuring a variety of styles, including melodic folk piano, New Orleans R&B piano, and stride piano. Check out his US concert schedule, which includes 12 states from October through February.

Here are some of his most popular songs.

“Variations on the Kanon” by George Winston on “December” (1982)

 

“Autumn: Colors/Dance” by George Winston on “Autumn” (2001)

 

“Cloudburst” by George Winston on “Plains” (1999)

 

Here are his studio albums.

“December” by George Winston (1982) – 12 songs, 39 min

 

“Autumn” by George Winston (2001) – 8 songs, 52 min

 

“Summer” by George Winston (1991) – 16 songs, 59 min

 

“Plains” by George Winston (1999) – 16 songs, 1 hr 7 min

 

“Montana” by George Winston (2004) – 17 songs, 54 min

 

“Forest” by George Winston (1994) – 16 songs, 45 min

 

“Night Divides the Day-The Music of the Doors” by George Winston (2002) – 13 songs, 1 hr 6 min

 

“Linus & Lucy – The Music of Vince Garaldi” by George Winston (1996) – 16 songs, 57 min

 

“Love Will Come – The Music of Vince Garaldi, Volume 2 Deluxe Version” by George Winston (2010) – 16 songs, 1 hr i min

 

“Gulf Coast Blues & Impressions – A Hurricane Relief Benefit” by George Winston (2006) – 10 songs, 46 min

 

“Gulf Coast Blues & Impressions 2 – A Louisiana Wetlands Benefit” by George Winston (2012) – 11 songs, 56 min

 

I hope you enjoy music as much as I do!  Comments are encouraged.  Let me know if you like it.

What are your favorites: genre, artist, album, song?  Is there anything I can do to improve the site?  Any suggestions?  Thanks for listening.

4 thoughts on “George Winston

  1. Thanks for this post, Doug: I love George Winston–a friend loaned me one of his cassettes, back in my college days. I haven’t installed Spotify on my laptop yet: does it take up a lot of room or slow down one’s computer?

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