Blind Willie McTell Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1
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Clear All. My Wish List. Last Added Items. Add to Cart Add to Cart. Remove This Item. Go to Wish List. Vinyl Records Vancouver. And at the risk of assuming the persnickety, exacting voice of a 78 collector-- that high, lonesome sound! Patton's name is spelled both Charley and Charlie, depending on where you look for whatever it's worth, it appears on the original Paramount 78s as "Charley," although many believe Patton himself preferred "Charlie"and the accompanying essay, by the British critic Mick Middles, is not without grammatical blunders Middles also quantifies Patton's influence by noting that he's been name-checked in song titles by Bob Dylan and the "British indie band Gomez ," which seems like a deeply preposterous way to compute his legacy.
In White's curated universe-- where the idiosyncratic and the analog are prized, aesthetics are multi-dimensional, and the presentation of art is as essential as the art itself-- it seems like a more exacting approach should have been applied.
The other two records in the bundle fare better. Blind Willie McTell, a Piedmont-style fingerpicker from Georgia, came up as a street performer before he was recruited to record for Victor inand he enjoyed a relatively prolific career before his death in The tremble in his voice is echoed, often, in White's own vocals-- it's a stunning little wobble, an undulating Steve OSullivan Bluetrain Retrospective of total vulnerability.
Although McTell's work has been reissued before, his records aren't as rare as Patton's, and were rendered in better studios ergo: they sound betterso the question of what gets obscured or highlighted in the re-mastering is less pressing. And Blind Willie McTell Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 Middles could stand to stop using Bob Dylan as justification for liking blues music he invokes Dylan's track, "Blind Willie McTell", in his opening linethe reissue feels more benign than egregious.
Track Listing. Writing The Bid On Sorry Puppet Blues. Blind Willie McTell. Stole Rider Blues. Mama, 'Tain't Blind Willie McTell Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 Fo' Day. McTell Got the Blues. Three Women Blues. Public Domain. Dark Night Blues. Statesboro Blues. Loving Talking Blues. Atlanta Strut.
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