September 25 street date. Non-returnable CD. Originally recorded in the 70s with the legendary Johnny Winter, this record is testament to the blues magic these two great bluesmen could produce when they put their mind to it. Uncle John Turner was born and raised in Port Arthur, Texas. He first played drums with Jerry LaCroix. Uncle Turner met the Winter brothers and performed with them a few times as a substitute. In 1968, he convinced Johnny to try a full blown blues band and sent for his friend Tommy Shannon to play bass. This group quickly got national recognition and began making records and shortly after that played Woodstock, with Edgar Winter as the fourth member. By late 1970, they had split up and Uncle John and Tommy moved to Austin and formed a band called Krackerjack, which had Stevie Ray Vaughan as one of the major guitarists, along with Jesse Taylor, John Stahely, and Robin Syler.