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Another boy-genius, Winwood co-wrote the Hammond-laden Spencer Davis Group hit Gimme Some Lovin’ while still in his teens. He then jumped ship and joined Traffic, who produced a number of now-classic rock albums.
Winwood was 20 when he played organ on Hendrix’s Voodoo Chile. As if that wasn’t enough, he formed the supergroup Blind Faith, reformed Traffic and then had his first solo success with Arc of a Diver in 1980, an album that featured the hit single When You See a Chance, which came with an instantly hummable Multimoog lead line.
1986 saw the release of Back in the High Life, and its single Higher Love saw him back in the charts.