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Runnin Me Crazy - Blind Willie McTell - The Definitive Blind Willie McTell 1927-1935 (CD)

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  1. The Definitive Blind Willie McTell CD1 Blind Willie Mctell Statesboro Blues: The Early Years CD2 Blind Willie Mctell Don't Forget It: The Post War Years (With Curley Weaver) Blind Willie Mctell.
  2. No one less than Bob Dylan penned the lyric that stated, "nobody can sing the blues, like Blind Willie McTell." McTell's '20s and '30s work reminds one slightly of Robert Johnson's work in the '30s, with notable differences. While McTell has the same dexterity as a guitarist, combining single-note runs with rhythmic aplomb, his singing is never as shrill or as tortured as Johnson.
  3. May 10,  · Willie McTell's "best of" compilation, every song rolls with the flow, the Yahoo audio is excellent, Biograph's "Pig 'n Whistle Red" and the OBC "Last Session" sound even better, "Atlanta Twelve String" may be the best McTell compilation of all, mesmerizing. All four combined create the ultimate Blind Willie McTell collection/5(31).
  4. Blind Willie McTell ‎– The Definitive Blind Willie McTell Label: Music On CD ‎– MOCCD, Sony Music ‎– , Columbia ‎– , Legacy ‎–
  5. Filename L:\Our Music\BLUES\JSP Records\Blind Willie McTell - The Classic Years \Disc C\Blind Willie McTell - The Classic Years New York - Chicago () [disc C].wav Peak level % Range quality %.
  6. This is an excellent collection of Blind Willie McTell recordings containing all of McTell's surviving recordings from to the John Lomax recordings in Atlanta for the Library of Congress. The remastered sound is very good. Blind Willie McTell was one of the great early 20th century blues players/5(26).
  7. Runnin' Me Crazy 9 East St. Louis Blues (Fare You Well) The Best of Blind Willie McTell Atlanta Twelve String Mctell (Original Recordings Remastered) The Greatest Blues Licks Ever Made Multi-interprètes The Definitive Blind Willie McTell Blind Willie McTell Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Vol. 3 () [Disc 3.
  8. Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, – August 19, ) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues, although, unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept .

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