Although known mostly as a Blues musician, saxophonist, keyboardist and composer Edgar Winter is one musician who's never been afraid to venture into multiple musical arenas, often times within the space of one album, as in his debut, Entrance. Edgar was signed to Epic Records in 1970 after performing on his brother's Second Winter album. He recorded Entrance, which featured himself on most of the instruments. After radio success accompanying his brother on Johnny Winter And, he formed a large horn ensemble called White Trash. Although it was a short-lived group which broke up in mid-'72, Winter assembled another group to record two more albums for Epic Records, White Trash and Roadwork. Here we have the first two records on one CD. Re-astered, slip-cased and with new notes. BGO. 2005.