Comme Blind Willie Mc Tell (Blind Willie Mc Tell)

Reviewed in the United States on January 6, Verified Purchase. Blind Willie McTell was one of the important blues artists of the twenties and thirties. While his work has been valued all along by blues collectors, he became known to a broader public as a result of Bob Dylan's late and laudatory ballad/5(39).

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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.

 · Facts. Wikipedia “Blind Willie McTell” is a song by Bob Dylan, titled after the blues singer Blind Willie was recorded in but left off Dylan’s album Infidels and officially released in on the The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) –The melody is loosely based on “St. James Infirmary Blues”. For the song, Dylan, seated at the piano and.


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  1. COMME BLIND WILLIE MC TELL CHORDS by Francis Cabrel @ I added name of each sections (&#; [verse x] &#;) and put chords name .

  2. Blues Musician, Composer. Born Willie Samuel McTell, blind at birth. His mother taught him how to play the guitar when he was a teenager. He played both the string and the 6-string guitar. He wrote the song that the Allman Brothers made popular in , "Statesboro Blues." Recorded with many labels from to Place Of Birth: Thomson, McDuffie County, Georgia, USA.

  3. Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, – Aug) 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 ted Reading Time: 8 mins.

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