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You Cant Get Stuff No More - Blind Willie McTell - Statesboro Blues (CD)

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  1. More popular Blind Willie McTell mp3 songs include: Broke Down Engine Blues Lyrics, Scarey Day Blues, Broke Down Engine Lyrics, Atlanta Strut, Lay Some Flowers on My Grave Lyrics, Georgia Rag Lyrics, Low Rider's Blues, Dying Crapshooter's Blues Lyrics, Death Cell Blues Lyrics, East St. Louis Blues (Fare You Well), Dying Gambler, Statesboro Blues Lyrics, Southern Can Is Mine Lyrics, .
  2. Statesboro Blues Lyrics: Wake up mama, turn your lamp down low / Wake up mama, turn your lamp down low / Have you got the nerve to drive Papa McTell from your door? / My mother died and left me.
  3. Feb 06,  · On paper, Snapper's "King of the Georgia Blues" looks like the perfect Blind Willie McTell compilation. A handsome-looking box, a page booklet/discography and of his songs all for under $ In reality, though, this set is to be avoided at all costs.4/5(7).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Blind Willie McTell - Blind Willie McTell , Trying To Get Home at Discogs. Complete your Blind Willie McTell collection/5(21).
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Blind Willie McTell - A To Z Blues at Discogs. Complete your Blind Willie McTell collection.5/5(4).
  6. Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver: You Can't Get Stuff No More: Postwar Recordings Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver: Don't Forget It: Postwar Recordings David Evans: Last Sessions: Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weave: Savannah Mama: The Classic Years David Evans: 12 String Guitar: Blind Willie McTell: Stole.
  7. 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.
  8. The sessions of Blind Willie McTell rank as one of the most important if sadly neglected recording sessions in the history of acoustic blues. Born in Thompson Georgia sometime around the turn of the century, Blind Willie McTell recorded numerous sides for various labels until , when he dropped out of 5/5(8).
  9. 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, unusual among ragtime bluesmen.

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