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Blind Willie McTellA To Z Blues ... CD
Universe (Italy), 1950. Used ... $4.99

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Blind Willie McTellBlind Willie McTell Vol 1 – 1927 to 1931 – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order ... CD
Document (Austria), Late 20s/Early 30s. Used ... $9.99
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Blind Willie McTellComplete Recorded Works In Chronological Order – Volume 4 (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Document/Third Man, 1933. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Just a few day's worth of music, but a crucial set of tracks from Blind Willie McTell – all material that was done in New York on a few days in September of 1933 – some of it released on important Vocalion label 78s, presented here with some other previously unissued alternate takes! Willie's vocals and guitar work are wonderful, and get only a bit of spare backing on additional guitar, mostly from Curley Weaver – in ways that really just support McTell's lead with a bit of rhythm. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Blind Willie McTellAtlanta Twelve String ... CD
Atlantic, 1949. Used ... Out Of Stock
A 70s album, but one that features very early sides from Atlantic Records – raw acoustic blues from Willie McTell, recorded on a 12 string guitar down in Atlanta! The album's not just a great example of McTell at his best – witty vocals, and really sharp lines on the acoustic guitar – but also a key illustration of the Atlantic approach right at the start – an ability to find the best setting for the best talents – and really let them open up in a spontaneous, soul-drenched style! Titles include "You Got To Die", "Kill It Kid", "The Razor Ball", "Broke Down Engine Blues", "Dying Crapshooter's Blues", "Blues Around Midnight", "Pearly Gates", and "Soon This Morning". CD
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✨✧ VariousAcoustic Blues – The Roots Of It All – The Definitive Collection Vol 1 – 1920s/1930s ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), 1920s/1930s. New Copy 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A stunning selection of acoustic blues – a series of well-done, deep-detailed CDs put together by the folks at Bear Family – who always give way more than 100% when it comes to this sort of project! The package comes with 2CDs and a super-heavy booklet that's filled with notes on the music, and song-by-song details – and this first volume covers the crucial first two decades of acoustic blues, the 20s and 30s – with a batch of 58 titles that include "Downtown Blues" by Frank Stokes, "Shake That Thing" by Papa Charlie Jackson, "Guitar Blues" by Sylvester Weaver, "Statesboro Blues" by Blind Willie McTell, "Ice & Snow Blues" by Clifford Gibson, "Pony Blues" by Charley Patton, "Little Hat Blues" by Little Hat Jones, "Cross & Evil Woman Blues" by Blind Gary, "Crow Jane" by Carl Martin, "Lone Wolf Blues" by Oscar Woods, "This Train" by Sister Rosetta Tharpe, and "Bottle It Up & Go" by Tommy McClennan. CD

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