With their accustomed power and originality, the Winters start off with the melodic, minor key Harlem Shuffle, which is a far cry from a showy, razzle-dazzle performance thanks to its musicality. This is followed by a kneading, hectic groove with shimmering sound colouring (Soul Man) that gets right under your skin, and then comes the longed-for, ardent duet You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling, sung from the heart.
And precisely because the duo never needed to acquiesce to the mainstream, the Winters serve up tasty musical offerings in-between. The brothers perform with true fervour: hearty, pumping 12-bar blues (Baby, Watcha Want Me To Do); short, dry rock rhythms (Mercy, Mercy); and a cheeky, free and cheerful rock ’n’ roll Jailhouse-TuttiFrutti medley. Whoever gives such a performance has really pulled it off. The duo virtually embraces the audience and makes them feel a real part of the event – together and live!
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’
Rock & Roll Medley: Slippin’ and Slidin’ / Jailhouse Rock / Tutti Frutti / Sick &
Tired / I’m Ready / Reelin’ & Rockin’ / Blue Suede Shoes / Jenny Take A
Ride / Good Golly Miss Molly
Let the Good Times Roll
Baby, What’Cha Want Me To Do