Deal alert / Steve Winwood: Greatest Hits Live / two-CD set

A great deal – primarily directed at SDE friends in America – which gets you the forthcoming Steve Winwood Greatest Hits Live two-CD set for an incredibly low price!

The career-spanning package, which has been curated by Winwood himself (with tracks sourced from his own archive) is just $7.99 in the US. That equates to just over £6 and is less than half the UK price –  an absolute bargain! Hard not to buy it at that price.

It’s out on 1 September 2017!

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Winwood: Greatest Hits Live - 4LP Vinyl Edition



  • 1. I’m A Man
  • 2. Them Changes
  • 3. Fly
  • 4. Can’t Find My Way Home
  • 5. Had To Cry Today
  • 6. Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
  • 7. Empty Pages
  • 8. Back In The High Life Again
  • 9. Higher Love
  • 10. Dear Mr Fantasy
  • 11. Gimme Some Lovin


  • 1. Rainmaker
  • 2. Pearly Queen
  • 3. Glad
  • 4. Why Can’t We Live Together
  • 5. 40,000 Headmen
  • 6. Walking In The Wind
  • 7. Medicated Goo
  • 8. John Barleycorn
  • 9. While You See A Chance
  • 10 Arc Of A Diver
  • 11 Freedom Overspill
  • 12 Roll With It

25 responses to Deal alert / Steve Winwood: Greatest Hits Live / two-CD set

  1. Bill says:

    Amazon’s sales strategy is very strange. I preordered the cd and auto rip copy only to find out today that it is free as part of the Amazon Prime category. This will dissuade me from preordering in the future. Can I have your thoughts?

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Not sure I understand what you mean? Could you clarify?

      • Robert Paglia says:

        It’s free to stream for Prime members. Listening to the online version while waiting for the CD to arrive, sounds great! Nice arrangements of the songs, definitely not just mere recreations of the studio versions. Sound like recent recordings, but can’t tell for sure.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      You are ordering a CD, primarily, yes? No one gets the CD ‘free’, do they? So what, if Amazon Prime members (who pay £70+ a year) get a ‘free’ stream of the album? How can that possibly dissuade you from pre-ordering? Also I think ‘autorip’ is better than Prime Music, because you can download the files and keep them forever, whereas if Prime Music is like Spotify, you can ‘download’ but the file is always linked to your software/player and you can’t actually do whatever you want with the file (like put it in iTunes and sync to an iPhone).

  2. Mike Zlotnicki says:

    + 5% back for we that pay with an Amazon Visa card ! I had cancelled the vinyl at Music Direct a few days ago, in an effort to cut costs anyway. Thanks Paul !

  3. Gisabun says:

    Not impressed really. Unsure if he extends some of his tracks live but I’m guessing they are around 65 minutes each. The cover reminds me of Clapton’s I Still Do cover.

  4. Bun says:

    Where’s the Eric Prydz cover version? I liked that :/

  5. Francis says:

    What awful artwork! Surely a different design could have been thought up rather than what looks like a rush job with a shabby paintbrush and left over paint.

  6. Mij says:

    I’m surprised we haven’t yet had a comment asking “Paul, please can you find out why Valerie and Keep On Running are missing”

  7. Carl says:

    Just ordered – fantastic deal !!

  8. BritinDetroit says:

    Very nice Paul – combined it with the Deluxe Edition of the new Waterboys for rather lovely free shipping for the day of release for both albums.

    Much appreciated, even with the goofy cover, its worth a roll at $7.99

  9. Francis says:

    I would prefer a greatest hits as they were released as singles and heard on the radio and NOT boring live versions of them. I certainly have no interest in this collection.

  10. Tom M Hans says:

    Done. Finally US has a good deal. Ta!

  11. Moniker says:

    It`ll go cheaper over hear.

    Amazon Marketplace dealers will have it for £8.99 + £1.26 P&P within two weeks of release or I`m an imposter!

  12. Kauwgompie says:

    Wow, got it. Thx Paul!!

  13. Gareth says:

    Surely the £5.60 delivery to the UK negates any saving. Unless I’m missing something? Great find otherwise.

  14. Andy says:

    Just looked at the US CD version. Total cost is £12 to ship to the UK (cheapest shipping option), so you only save 99p.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Indeed, which is why I expect this to be more of interest to SDE readers in the USA. That said, it IS still cheaper and there is definitely NO import VAT due, so guaranteed no import fees!

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