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Top Blind Willie Mctell Albums
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Ragtime Blues
Ragtime Blues
[2015]
Kill It Kid, The Essential Collection
Kill It Kid, The Essential Collection
[2013]
Blind Willie McTell, Vol. 1
Blind Willie McTell, Vol. 1
[2013]
Let Me Scoop For You
Let Me Scoop For You
[2012]
Final Blues Recordings 1956
Final Blues Recordings 1956
[2012]
McTell Alley (The Blues District)
McTell Alley (The Blues District)
[2011]
The Legendary Library of Congress Session
The Legendary Library of Congress Session
[2011]
Experience Blues
Experience Blues
[2010]
Lonesome Day Blues
Lonesome Day Blues
[2010]
Musikladen (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Musikladen (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2010]
The Ultimate Collection
The Ultimate Collection
[2009]
Blind Willie McTell
Blind Willie McTell
[2009]
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 11: Blind Willie Mctell, Vol. 3
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 11: Blind Willie Mctell, Vol. 3
[2007]
The Devil Can't Hide from Me
The Devil Can't Hide from Me
[2006]
Blind Willie McTell -Statesboro Blues - the Early Years 1927-1935
Blind Willie McTell -Statesboro Blues - the Early Years 1927-1935
[2005]
The Early Years (1927-1933)
The Early Years (1927-1933)
[2005]
Atlanta Twelve String
Atlanta Twelve String
[2004]
Pig 'n Whistle Red
Pig 'n Whistle Red
[2003]
Broke Down Engine Blues
Broke Down Engine Blues
[2001]
Blind Willie McTell 1940
Blind Willie McTell 1940
[2000]
The definitive blind Willie McTell
The definitive blind Willie McTell
[1994]
Blind Willie McTell (1927-1935)
Blind Willie McTell (1927-1935)
[1991]
Blind Willie McTell Vol. 2 (1931 - 1933)
Blind Willie McTell Vol. 2 (1931 - 1933)
[1990]
Last Session
Last Session
[1962]
Related Information for Blind Willie Mctell Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues, although, unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept slide guitarist, unusual among ragtime bluesmen. His vocal style, a smooth and often laid-back tenor, differed greatly from many of the har.. read more