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9 thoughts on “ Broke Down Engine - Blind Willie McTell - The Definitive Blind Willie McTell 1927-1935 (CD)

  • Faekree
    26.12.2019 at 14:01
    Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, – August 19, ) was a Piedmont blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues. Unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept slide guitarist, . Reply
  • Akinot
    25.12.2019 at 09:36
    Definitive Blind Willie McTell. Blind Willie McTell May 10, Acoustic Blues ℗ SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. 3. Broke Down Engine Blues: Blind Willie McTell: Broke Down Engine Blues: Blind Willie McTell:5/5(3). Reply
  • Mooguzilkree
    20.12.2019 at 02:29
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Last Session - Blind Willie McTell on AllMusic - - This recording has a less-than-stellar. Reply
  • Fetilar
    27.12.2019 at 03:37
    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. Reply
  • Shakazil
    21.12.2019 at 00:28
    Blind Willie Mctell song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and Blind Willie Mctell albums. The Definitive Blind Willie McTell: The Ultimate Jazz Archive (set Blues) Broke Down Engine Blues. Cotton Pickin' Blues. When the Sun Goes Down, Volume 9: Statesboro Blues. Reply
  • Braran
    28.12.2019 at 05:02
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Blind Willie McTell - The Definitive Blind Willie McTell at Discogs. Complete your Blind Willie McTell collection/5(16). Reply
  • Mobei
    25.12.2019 at 14:48
    Willie Samuel McTell was one of the blues' greatest guitarists, and also one of the finest singers ever to work in blues. A major figure with a local following in Atlanta from the s onward, he recorded dozens of sides throughout the '30s under a multitude of names -- all the better to juggle "exclusive" relationships with many different record labels at once -- including Blind Willie. Reply
  • Tesar
    23.12.2019 at 00:30
    ‎Album · · 74 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Reply
  • Migami
    27.12.2019 at 02:11
    In , a brief flurry of interest in old-timey country blues resulted in this song session by Blind Willie McTell for the newly formed Atlantic Records. Only two songs, "Kill It Kid" and "Broke Down Engine Blues," were ever issued on a failed single, and the session was forgotten until almost 20 years later. Reply

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