Roots n' Blues: The Definite Blind Willie McTell, Vol. 1. BLUE LABEL 843429.
Of the blues performers who made a name for themselves performing in venues like the Pig N’ Whistle and the Blue Lantern, few were more distinctive than Blind Willie McTell. On his Stella 12-string, McTell played nimble ragtime patterns that were appreciably more sophisticated than anything else being played in the region. Furthermore, he was a gifted songwriter and storyteller, and the sides he cut for labels like Victor, Vocalion, Columbia, and Okeh are among the very finest country blues ever recorded
Blind Willie & Partner. It's Your Time To Worry. Blind Willie & Partner. It's A Good Little Thing. Death Room Blues 2:49. 475701 2. Blind Willie McTell. The Definitive Blind Willie McTell (2xCD, Comp).
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"
By Blind Willie McTell. Writing Paper Blues. 2. Stole Rider Blues. Mr Mctell Got the Blues (Take 1). 2:180:30. 5. Mr Mctell Got the Blues (Take 2). 2:210:30. 6. Three Women Blues.
Blind Willie McTell" is a song written and performed by Bob Dylan, titled after the blues singer Blind Willie McTell. It was recorded in the spring of 1983, during the sessions for Dylan's album Infidels, but was left off the album and officially released only in 1991 on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991. The melody is loosely based on "St. James Infirmary Blues"
Blues Roots: 20 Songs by the Kings of Country Blues. Legends Gold Collection. album: We're Listening To Ernest Léardée, Vol. 3. The Real Old Mountain Dew. album: Folk Classics: The Spinning Wheel.