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Blind Willie McTell - Scarey Day Blues (2015)

27-02-2016, 11:56
Blues | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Scarey Day Blues
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Pubblico dominio
Genre: Blues, Folk
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 77:24
Total Size: 252 MB


01. Writing Paper Blues (3:11)
02. Stole Rider Blues (3:08)
03. Mamma, Tain't Long Fo' Day (3:01)
04. Mr. McTell Got the Blues (Take 1) (2:21)
05. Mr. McTell Got the Blues (Take 2) (2:22)
06. Three Women Blues (2:43)
07. Dark Night Blues (2:51)
08. Statesboro Blues (2:32)
09. Loving Talking Blues (2:43)
10. Atlanta Strut (3:10)
11. Travelin' Blues (3:14)
12. Come On Around to My House Mama (3:03)
13. Kind Mama (2:57)
14. Teasing Brown (2:43)
15. Drive Away Blues (3:13)
16. This Is Not the Stove to Brown Your Bread (2:33)
17. Love Changing Blues (3:08)
18. Talkin' to Myself (3:12)
19. Razor Ball (3:20)
20. Southern Can Is Mine (3:15)
21. Broke Down Engine Blues (3:09)
22. Stomp Down Rider (3:08)
23. Scarey Day Blues (3:02)
24. Rough Alley Blues (3:18)
25. Experience Blues (3:13)
26. Painful Blues (2:53)

We got another amazing batch of vintage blues reissues from the wonderful Monk label. Look elsewhere on the list for reviews of two more volumes of Charley Patton recordings and an lp by Blind Willie Johnson (not to be confused with this Blind Willie)!
Born blind at the turn of the century, Blind Willie McTell was not only an astute guitar player, but even a more avid businessman, often using a myriad of pseudonyms (Hot Shot Willie, Georgia Bill) to juggle multiple record deals. Having developed a unique subgenre of the blues called Piedmont Blues, combining a hard roots Delta style with the more sophisticated East-Coast style, his guitar playing often sounded like there were multiple instruments playing. McTell was less gospel-influenced than Blind Willie Johnson, favoring songs about hard-living and hard-loving. He had a long recording career with a few labels, but with not as much success as he hoped for due to the Great Depression. This compilation spans 26 recordings between 1927 and 1931 recorded in his home town of Atlanta for the Victor Records label.

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