Blind Willie McTell - The Devil Can't Hide From Me - The Library Of Congress Recordings album FLAC
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Statesboro Blues" is a Piedmont blues song written by Blind Willie McTell, who recorded it in 1928. The title refers to the town of Statesboro, Georgia. Taj Mahal recorded a popular blues rock adaptation of the song in 1968. His version inspired a recording by the Allman Brothers Band, which is ranked number nine on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time"
Atmospheric Intimate Passionate Gritty Plaintive Poignant Austere Earthy Earnest. Feeling Blue Imagination Autumn Freedom. John A. Lomax was on one of his field trips for the Library of Congress Folk Music Archives when he encountered Blind Willie McTell on the streets of Atlanta in 1940. He took the itinerant musician back to his hotel room and recorded the material that is found on this disc. From the opening track, it is obvious that McTell was in peak form, his 12-string sounding bright and full and his once soft, high tenor having grown deeper and more expressive than it had been on his classic 78s from the 1920s and 1930s.
Other albums by Blind Willie McTell.
More By Blind Willie McTell. See All. The Ultimate Collection. The Best of Blind Willie McTell. When the Sun Goes Down: Statesboro Blues. Atlanta Twelve String. Greetings from the Past.
Features Song Lyrics for Blind Willie McTell's Complete Library of Congress Recordings 1940 album. Blind Willie McTell - Complete Library Of Congress Recordings 1940 Album. Artist: Blind Willie McTell. Send "Blind Willie McTell" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Complete Library Of Congress Recordings 1940.
McTell recording for John Lomax in an Atlanta hotel room, November 1940 (photograph by Ruby Lomax). 56 in 2011, for this two-hour session. The material from this 1940 session was issued in 1960 as an LP and later as a CD, under the somewhat misleading title The Complete Library of Congress Recordings, notwithstanding the fact that it was truncated, in that it omitted some of John . In the liner notes for that album, Dylan wrote, "'Broke Down Engine' is a Blind Willie McTell masterpiece. it's about Ambiguity, the fortunes of the privileged elite, flood control-watching the red dawn not bothering to dress. "Kill It Kid", Last Session, Bluesville BV 1040, released 1962.
Blind Willie McTell - The Complete 1940 Library Of Congress Recordings, 2017. Monologue On Old Songs, Old Time Religion, Amen 03:08. Monologue On The History Of The Blues, Monologue On Life As Maker Of Records, Monologue On Himself 05:44. All songs from The Complete 1940 Library Of Congress Recordings.
The Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival was introduced. The event is a celebration of roots music and the blues.
|1||Just As Well Get Ready, You Got To Die; Climbing High Mountains; Trying To Get Home|
|5||Dying Crapshooter's Blues|
|7||I Got To Cross The River Jordan|
|11||Kind Edward Blues|
|12||Murderer's Home Blues|
|15||I Got To Cross The River Of Jordan|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 620638037423
|MLP 7323||Blind Willie McTell||Blind Willie McTell: 1940 The Legendary Library Of Congress Session (LP, Album, Mono)||Melodeon||MLP 7323||US||1965|
|302 061 441 2||Blind Willie McTell||The Devil Can't Hide From Me (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Fuel 2000, Varèse Sarabande||302 061 441 2||US||2004|
|BDCD-6001||Blind Willie McTell||1940 (Complete Library Of Congress Recordings In Chronological Order) (CD, Album, RE, RM)||RST Records||BDCD-6001||Austria||1990|
|670 186, SLP 186||Blind Willie McTell||Blind Willie McTell 1940: The Legendary Library Of Congress Session (LP, RE)||Storyville, Storyville||670 186, SLP 186||Germany||Unknown|
|670 186||Blind Willie McTell||Blind Willie McTell: 1940 The Legendary Library Of Congress Session (LP, Album)||Storyville||670 186||UK||1967|