Having recently fixed up one of my older turntables to fine running condition, I've been burning LPs in my collection onto cdr, everything from Tull, Steeleye, Sandy Denny, Malicorne, Planxty, High Level Ranters to Nick Lowe, Brinsley Schwarz, Groundhogs, Family, Goose Creek to Buck Owens, Commander Cody, George Jones to Ornette Coleman, Wes, Oregon, Dolphy etc.
Got to Johnny Winter yesterday. Once in a while, he'll do a track on mandolin, such as <span style='color:red'>"Too Much Seconal" on Still Alive and Well.</span>
I hadn't listen to <span style='color:red'>Second Winter</span> in a long time, and there was a five minute track (<span style='color:red'>"I'm Not Sure"</span>) with Johnny on amped up mandolin,with Edgar on harpsichord plus elec. bass & drums. #At first I didn't notice it was (mando cause it was amped up and he's string bending(, which demonstrates that he pulled it off, integrating the instrument into the situation.
I know he used mando on occasion on some of those early sessions, but I don't have Progressive Blues Experiment anymore or much of the non-Columbia label stuff.
Add what you can to the Winter mando-discography list....