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  1. Nagul
    Blind Willie McTell: Statesboro Blues ‎ (CD, Comp, RM) Orbis: BLU GNC Europe: Sell This Version: BLUES N Blind Willie McTell: Statesboro Blues 4/5(6).
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  2. Shakalkree
    Blind Willie McTell: Statesboro Blues ‎ (CD, Comp, RE) Music On CD: MOCCD Europe: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection.
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  3. Mezigore
    Sep 09,  · "Statesboro Blues" is the ninth item in the "Secret History Of Rock n' Roll" series, and it presents 17 classic performances by singer/guitarist Blind Willie McTell/5(6).
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  4. Mezragore
    Statesboro Blues focuses on 17 classic performances by Blind Willie McTell. These tracks were recorded between late through February for RCA Victor. This is revelatory material recommended to anyone not familiar with the prewar blues master of the string guitar.8/
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  5. Zulujind
    Find album release information for Statesboro Blues - Blind Willie McTell on AllMusic.
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  6. Dak
    Album Description. Blind Willie McTell is unique among country bluesmen in having a year recording career while remaining essentially an itinerant musician, and during his lifetime he was a familiar sight on the streets of Atlanta and other Southern cities as he performed his varied repertoire of blues, rags, and vaudeville pieces on his string guitar.
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  7. Mauzragore
    Mar 24,  · Willliam Samuel “Blind Willie” McTell (May 5, – August 19, ) Willie McTell was a singer, songwriter, and guitarist that predominantly played Piedmont blues and ragtime. He wrote the song “Statesboro Blues.”. McTell was born at the turn of the 20th century in Thomson, Georgia. His mother brought him to Statesboro where he learned to play the six-string guitar.
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  8. Sazilkree
    "Statesboro Blues" is a Piedmont blues song written by Blind Willie McTell, who recorded it in The title refers to the town of Statesboro, Georgia. In , Taj Mahal recorded a popular blues rock adaptation of the song with a prominent slide guitar part by Jesse Ed Davis. His rendition inspired a recording by the Allman Brothers Band, which is ranked number nine on Rolling Stone magazine's .
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