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Dont Forget It - Blind Willie McTell - Last Session

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  1. Jul 17,  · Blind Willie McTell was in his prime best on this last session recording from and could'nt have been more laid back telling stories to these classic songs as your right there in the tavern with him, listening to his fine singing and extraordinary twelve string guitar playing while you're slugging down gin, and as you're listening maybe Willie does stumble a word or two, who cares, after all Willie McTell /5(7).
  2. Last Session by Blind Willie McTell Label: Prestige/Bluesville Records (Original Blues Classics). No apologies are needed for "The Dyin' Crapshooter's Blues," "Don't Forget It," or "Salty Dog," however. McTell lived a few more years but never recorded again, which is a pity because based on this tape he still had a lot to show people. Author: Blind Dog Radio.
  3. Last Session by Blind Willie McTell - CD () for $ from bluesrock.gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo Blues - Order by Phone /5(4).
  4. Jul 17,  · There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Blind Willie McTell was in his prime best on this last session recording from and could'nt have been more laid back telling stories to these classic songs as your right there in /5(7).
  5. Buy Last Session (CD) by Blind Willie McTell (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. In Bob Dylan wrote the song named “Blind Willie McTell” about him, before he recorded his cover version of “Broke Down Engine” in “Last Session” is Willie McTell’s album from which reminds us of his creative art.
  7. Sep 08,  · Last Session, an Album by Blind Willie McTell. Released in on Bluesville (catalog no. BV ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Piedmont Blues. Featured peformers: Blind Willie McTell /5(4).
  8. Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, – August 19, ) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues, although, unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively.
  9. Features Blind Willie McTell’s Miraculous ‘Last Session’ In , a record store owner convinced Blind Willie McTell to record his playing, what he got was more than just music.

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