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  1. Kill It Kid 2:33EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  2. The Razor Ball 2:53EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  3. Little Delia 3:02EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  4. Broke Down Engine 2:46EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  5. Dying Crapshooters Blues 3:06EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  6. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie 2:49EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  7. Blues Around Midnight 2:46EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  8. Last Dime Blues 2:49EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  9. On The Cooling Board 3:08EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
10. Motherless Children Have A Hard Time 2:56EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
11. I Got The Cross The River Jordan 4:00EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
12. You Got To Die 3:12EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
13. Ain't It Grand To Live A Christian Life 2:38EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
14. Pearly Gates 3:22EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
15. Soon This Morning 2:40EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 

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(1949 'Atlantic') (44:50/15) Blues & Ragtime Guitar in great sound quality.


Excellente introduction à l'oeuvre de l'un des grands novateurs de l'histoire du blues, ce disque de Blind Willie McTell est fondamental en ce qui concerne son contenu. Ainsi, on retrouve certaines de ses chansons les plus connues et les plus représentatives de son oeuvre, comme "The Razor Ball", le célèbre "Blues Around Midnight", et aussi l'emblématique "Last Drive Blues", au titre éloquent, "You Got To Die" et "Soon This Morning", parmi les quinze titres que compte cette anthologie. Guitariste remarquable à la charnière des années 1920-1930, pionnier de la douze cordes, Blind Willie McTell est à redécouvrir. --Florent Mazzoleni

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His best "album" 17 janvier 2000
Par Philip Welsh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I hesitate to call this an "album" because McTell never recorded albums, he recorded sides; but this work stands out so sharply against the two other major periods of his recordings -- the original 20s and 30s sides, and then the "last session" -- what's so amazing about these sessions here is that McTell hadn't been "rediscovered" like so many of the other old bluesman who only a scant few years later would be being taken into the false (though hopefully renumerative) milieu of folk/blues revivalists -- I don't know why this seems to mark these recordings as "purer" than so many others in the 60s, but they are like nothing else. Modern (for the 50s) recording techniques mean a sonic depth which his 20s/30s recordings couldn't have hoped to compete with -- yet unlike the "Last Session," Blind Willie is at the height of his powers. A man, his voice, and a his 12-string. The version fo "Dying Crapshooter's Blues" is peerless, and the version of "Delia" just gut-wrenching -- World-Gone-Wrong-era Bobby Dylan's constant acknowledgement of McTell as a constant wellspring of inspiration (for some of Dylan's darkest material) makes much more sense after this album. Truly one of my own favorites of all time.
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Sad, brilliant and without peer. 9 février 2000
Par Jay Kiiha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Between the Regal Sessions and these Atlantic Recordings, Blind Willie McTell was at the height of his powers. Although some might disagree, McTell was, I think, the best blues interpretivist of his era. McTell could take an old chestnut like "Last Dime Blues" and rework it into his own signature material. With just a simple break in his voice McTell can bring you to tears.
If you are a fan of American Roots music, you owe it to yourself to purchase these Atlantic Sessions. This recording is an essential in any blues lover's collection and may possibly be the best country blues recording of all time.
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An old bluesman at the top of his game 19 juin 2001
Par hypnovision - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's hard in a way to believe that this disc was recorded in the late 1940's. It sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday and Willie McTell is sitting right there in the room with you. Thank goodness there were some music lovers at Atlantic who captured these great performances.
For anyone who has never owned a Blind Willie McTell record, this is the one I would recommend starting with. The sound is great compared to his 30's era recordings, yet his unmistakeable voice and 12-string playing style are every bit as engaging as any he ever recorded.
I agree with another reviewer that "Dying Crapshooter's Blues" alone is worth the price of admission. In my humble opinion, it is one of the five greatest blues songs ever recorded. Not only does the song contain many of the great blues themes (death, hard-living, lost love), it also captures the milieu of the bluesman's lifestyle (cathouses, deadly policemen, loaded dice); and it's all pulled off with a mixture of humor and pathos that draws you into the song's world.
"Dying Craphsooter's Blues" and other great performances on this disc make it an essential album in any blues/folk collection and a wonderful entree into the repertoire of this one-of-a-kind performer.
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A Hidden Gem 11 mars 2001
Par Andrew T. Olson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In 1948, the year the tracks included on "Atlanta Telve String" were recorded, lone wolf bluesmen weren't exactly the hippest thing in music. Most of the blues records being released and sold during that time featured blues shouters and crooners backed up by horn or piano driven proto R&B combos. Thus, it is a minor miracle that the fledgeling Atlantic label chose to cut a session's worth of material by Blind Willie McTell. Astute businessmen who surely must have realized the limited marketbility of these tracks, the brothers Ehrtegun were clearly either fans of McTell's clasic 20's & 30's sides or were blown away by his audition and just couldn't pass up the opportunity to record him. At any rate, the performances cut during McTell's Atlantic session constitute some of the finest solo blues ever laid to wax. These tracks reflect McTell's highly individualistic style, which was neither entirely urban nor country, nor a product of any particular geographical region. Although folkie academic types like to place him in the artificially concocted "Piedmont Blues" school, McTell was widely traveled and was influenced by all kinds of music. Revelations from this session include his peformances of "Motherless Children," "You Got To Die," and several other gospel blues that betray McTell's musical debt to the equally idiosyncratic (and equally visually impaired)Texan Blind Willie Johnson. More representative of McTell's earlier work are the boisterous ragtime numbers "Kill It Kid" and "Razor Ball"-the only two performances form the session released as singles. The two best performances form the session, however are "Little Delia" and "Dying Crapshooter's Blues." The former is McTell's passionate reworking of an ancient murder ballad, while the former is a Blind Willie McTell original. "Dying Crapshooter," is especially interesting, as it represents something of a deconstruction of the traditional death bed lament song("St. James Infirmary," Streets of Laredo," etc). A darkly comedic masterpiece, this track may very well be the finest McTell performance extant on record. While the inclusion of this track alone would qualify "Atlanta Twelve String" as essential listening for anyone who enjoys blues music(or good music, period), every performance on this disc features powerful, yet nuanced, singing and virtuoso guitar work. (Note:many of the songs on "Atlanta Twelve String" were recorded earlier by McTell for Alan Lomax in 1940, but the performances cut by Atlantic are superior-and feature better sound, to boot)
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Listen to the roots of rock 23 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I started llike everyone...Led Zep, Clapton, Rolling Stones,etc. Then i started to get complicated with jazz and prog rock. 20 years passed. When i got to free jazz and avant garde music i felt like i had reached a peak in musical investigation. Now i have come full circle to the beginning...and what a joy it is! Charlie Patton, Skip james, Muddy Waters, Blind Jefferson, Beefheart, Howilin Wolf, Robert Johnson, John Hurt, Leroy Carr, Son House and others are all worth checking out. But Blind Willie Mctell can really hit the soft spot in your soul if you are a real music lover. This and his early stuff are guranteed to send shivers up your spine. Music that seems simple in appearance...but, if you are willing to open up, you will be amazed at the richness of emotions this music can transmit. And this is a joy specially because of the good sound and choice of songs. Highly recommended to all those who love music and blues influenced music.
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