Blind Willie McTell ‎– Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 4

Label:
Third Man Records ‎– TMR190
Series:
Document Reissues – Volume 4
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation, 180 Gram
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A1 Bell Street Lightnin'
Arranged By – McTell*Written By – Henry
2:50
A2 Southern Can Mama
Written-By – McTell*
2:52
A3 Runnin' Me Crazy
Written-By – McTell*
3:03
A4 East St. Louis Blues (Fare You Well)
Arranged By – McTell*Written-By – Trad*
2:50
A5 Ain't It Grand To Be A Christian
Written-By – McTell*
3:08
A6 We Got To Meet Death One Day (Take 1)
Arranged By – McTell*Written-By – Trad*
2:56
A7 We Got To Meet Death One Day (Take 2)
Arranged By – McTell*Written-By – Trad*
2:49
A8 Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around
Arranged By – McTell*Written-By – Trad*
2:41
A9 I Got Religion, I'm So Glad
Written-By – McTell*
3:09
A10 Dying Gambler
Written-By – McTell*
2:45
B1 God Don't Like It
Arranged By – McTell*Written-By – Trad*
2:42
B2 Bell Street Blues
Arranged By – McTell*Written By – Henry
2:47
B3 Let Me Play With Yo' Yo-Yo
Written-By – McTell*
3:03
B4 Lay Some Flowers On My Grave
Written-By – McTell*
3:22
B5 Ticket Agent Blues
Written-By – McTell*
3:17
B6 Cold Winter Day
Written-By – McTell*
3:05
B7 Your Time To Worry
Written-By – McTell*
2:38
B8 Cooling Board Blues
Written-By – McTell*
3:15
B9 Hillbilly Willie's Blues
Written-By – McTell*
2:40

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Notes

Recorded April 21, 1933 to April 25, 1935
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand etched): TMR-190-A FROM RAMBLIN MAN TO INFIDEL... Ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand etched): TMR-190-B- NO ONE CAN SING THE BLUES LIKE BLIND WILLIE MCTELL Ⓤ WG/NRP

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sup3rman02

sup3rman02

January 5, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
This series is an incredible snapshot in time and really paints an amazing picture of the trials and tribulations that a blues artist in that era endured. Interestingly, the first side of my Volume 4 LP has the Volume 4 label for Charley Patton. Oops! This whole series is a must listen for those who remotely dig blues and will appeal to the music historian in all of us.