Here is an unusual one for all the vinyl aficionados. I found this at an estate sale today. I am a Johnny Winter fan, but had never heard of this album. The album opens up because there are two records in it. On the inside there is a list of the songs, but it only shows three sides. Intrigued, I pulled out the records and found one side of one record completely smooth, no grooves, no label. At only a dollar, I had to have it. At home I found this liner note - "We went to Nashville to cut our new album. The original plan was to cut as much material as possible and pick the best of what was cut to make up a regular one-record album. After we finished, we found out that if all the songs were used we might lose some volume if only one record were used. Since it is very important to us that our album be as loud as is technically possible, we had a problem. We had cut everything we wanted to and everything we had planned on doing and we didn't have anything else that we really wanted to do. We also really liked everything we'd done and didn't want to leave any of the songs out. We couldn't honestly give you more, and we didn't want to give you less, so here is exactly what we did in Nashville - no more and no less." Johnny Winter Anybody ever seen anything like this?