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  1. Vujar Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Definitive Blind Willie McTell on Discogs.
  2. Zulular Reply
    Recorded , Atlanta, Georgia Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 8
  3. Ket Reply
    Blind Willie McTell is a first-rate collection of sides the guitarist recorded in the early '30s. These songs are impassioned and positively haunting, ranking among the best music he ever made.
  4. Grozuru Reply
    Apr 04,  · from my original rpm disk, not from a CD. " We Got To Meet Death One Day " BLIND WILLIE McTELL.
  5. Taukus Reply
    Mr. McTell Got the Blues (take 1) Vi unissued Mr. McTell Got the Blues (take 2) Vi 17 October , Atlanta, Georgia; as "Blind Willie McTell": Three Women Blues Vi V Dark Night Blues Vi V Statesboro Blues Vi V Loving Talking Blues Vi V
  6. Kajijind Reply
    God, oh God is in Heaven and we all want what is His But the power and greed, the corruptible seed seems to be all that there is. Hey, hey, I'm a-gazing out the window of the St. James Hotel And I know one thing, nobody can sing them blues like Blind Willie McTell. Hey, hey, I know one thing, nobody can sing them blues like Blind Willie McTell.
  7. Tojanris Reply
    Blind Willie McTell is unique among country bluesmen in that he had a year recording career while remaining essentially an itinerant musician, and during his lifetime he was a familiar sight on the streets of Atlanta and other Southern cities as he performed his varied repertoire of blues, rags, and vaudeville pieces on his string guitar. This set collects several of McTell's songs.
  8. Arazilkree Reply
    "Blind Willie McTell" is a song written and performed by Bob Dylan, titled after the blues singer Blind Willie McTell. It was recorded in the spring of , during the sessions for Dylan's album Infidels, but was left off the album and officially released only in on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) –The melody is loosely based on "St. James Infirmary Blues".