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9 thoughts on “ Love Changing Blues - Blind Willie McTell - The Definitive Blind Willie McTell 1927-1935 (CD)

  • Nikok
    21.10.2019 at 22:08
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    The Legendary Library of Congress Session () Chainey, Murderer's Home Blues, Kill It Kid, I Got to Cross the River Jordan, Monologue on History of the Blues, Monologue on Life as Maker of Records, Monologue on Himself, Monologue on Old Songs, Old Time Religion, Will Fox, Dying Crapshooter's Blues, Amazing Grace, Monologue on Accidents, Just as Well Get Ready, You . Reply
  • Dijind
    19.10.2019 at 04:25
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    A three-disc, track box set of Blind Willie McTell's prewar 78s, this collection from Britain's Catfish Records clearly replaces the Sony/Legacy double disc (also called The Definitive Blind Willie McTell) that was released in The Catfish set offers better sound, and where the Sony anthology collects sides from the Vocalion, Okeh, and Columbia labels, Catfish offers all of . Reply
  • Jukazahn
    27.10.2019 at 15:00
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    This two-disc collection assembles some 40 of Georgia bluesman Blind Willie McTell's early 78s recorded for the Victor, Columbia, Okeh, Vocalion, and Decca labels between 19into a two-disc set, including the magnificent "Statesboro Blues." These recordings feature the early McTell, when his voice was still a high and expressive tenor.. Toward the end of his life, McTell. Reply
  • Kajimi
    18.10.2019 at 14:12
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    "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". Reply
  • Nijar
    26.10.2019 at 02:45
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    Travelin’ Blues Lyrics: I had a dream last night / I thought my good gal had gone / Well, I woke up this mornin' / She really hadn't done me wrong / I know it's not fair / But my good gal has done. Reply
  • Taujar
    21.10.2019 at 12:41
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    Blind Willie McTell Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 24 Mama, Let Me Scoop For You Mr Mctell Got The Blues The Dyin' Crapshooter's Blues Razor Ball Love Changing Blues Kill-It-Kid Rag Cold Winter Day (With Curley Weaver) I have long been an admirer of Blind Willie McTell - since I looked into the name /5(24). Reply
  • Fegor
    20.10.2019 at 13:40
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    Born: May 05, in Thomson, GA, United States Died: August 19, in Milledgeville, GA, United States McTell was a prolific string blues guitarist and vocalist who recorded a great deal of 78s for the Victor, Columbia, ARC, OKeh, and Decca labels during the s and '30s, often performing under pseudonyms. Reply
  • Arashilkis
    21.10.2019 at 14:40
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    Blind Willie Mctell - Love Changing Blues (Remastered) Lyrics. My love don't change There's going to be some stealing My love don't change There's going to be some stealing done And if I backbite you I d. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot . Reply
  • Kezahn
    26.10.2019 at 06:50
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    Blind Willie McTell. The citizens of Thomson, Georgia, maintain an unusually acute awareness of Blues music and its legacy. As home to influential Bluesman Blind Willie McTell, Thomson celebrates its association with one of America’s most influential musicians annually at the Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival, promoted by the Activities Council of Thomson (ACT). Reply

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