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CDs with: McTell, Blind Willie

At Fillmore East
Statesboro blues / Will McTell (4:17) -- Done somebody wrong / Clarence L. Lewis, Elmore James, Morris Levy (4:33) -- Stormy Monday / T. Bone Walker (8:47) -- You don't love me / Willie Cobbs (19:16) -- Hot 'Lanta / Allman Brothers Band (5:19) -- In memory of Elizabeth Reed / Dickey Betts (13:04) -- Whipping Post / Gregg Allman (23:03).
CD 2695
Blind Willie McTell : [the classic years, 1927-1940].
Disc A. Atlanta, 1927-1931. Writin' paper blues -- Stole rider blues -- Mama, 'tain't long fo' day -- Mr. McTell got the blues -- Mr. McTell got the blues -- Three women blues -- Dark night blues -- Statesboro blues -- Love talking blues -- Atlanta strut -- Travelin' blues -- Come on around to my house mama -- Kind mama -- Teasing Brown -- Drive away blues -- This is not the stove to brown your bread -- Love changing blues -- Talkin' to myself -- Razor ball -- Southern can is mine -- Broke down engine blues -- Stomp down rider -- Scarey day blues. Disc B. Atlanta, New York, 1931-33. Rough alley blues -- Experience blues -- Painful blues -- Low rider's blues -- Georgia rag -- Low down blues -- Rollin' mama blues -- Lonesome day blues -- Mama, let me scoop for you -- Searching the desert for the blues -- Warm it up to me -- It's your time to worry -- It's a good little thing -- You was born to die -- Lord have mercy if you please -- Don't you see how this world mad a change -- Savannah mama -- Broke down engine -- Broke down engine no. 2 -- My baby's gone -- Love-makin' mama -- Death room blues -- Death cell blues -- Lord, send me an angel. Disc C. New York, Chicago, 1933-35. B and O blues no. 2 -- B and O blues no. 2 -- Weary hearted blues -- Bell Street lightnin' -- Southern can mama -- Runnin' me crazy -- East St. Louis blues (fare you well) -- Ain't it grand to be a Christian -- We got to meet death one day -- We got to meet death one day -- Don't let nobody turn you around -- I got religion, I'm so glad -- Dying gambler -- God don't like it -- Bell Street blues -- Let me play with yo' yo-yo -- Lay some flowers on my grave -- Ticket agent blues -- Cold winter day -- Your time to worry -- Cooling board blues -- Hillbilly Willie's blues. Disc D. Atlanta, 1940. Just as well get ready, you got to die ; Climbing high mountains ; Tryin' to get home -- Monologue on accidents -- Boll Weevil -- Delia -- Dying crapshooter's blues -- Will Fox -- I got to cross the River Jordan -- Monologues on: Old songs ; Old time religion ; Amen -- Amazing grace -- Monologues on: The history of the blues ; On life as maker of records ; On himself -- King Edward blues -- Murderer's home blues -- Kill-it-kid rag -- Chainey -- I got to cross the River of Jordan.
CD 3192
The Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East.
Statesboro blues / Will McTell (4:17) -- Done somebody wrong / Clarence L. Lewis, Elmore James, Morris Levy (4:33) -- Stormy Monday / T. Bone Walker (8:47) -- You don't love me / Willie Cobbs (19:16) -- Hot 'Lanta / Allman Brothers Band (5:19) -- In memory of Elizabeth Reed / Dickey Betts (13:04) -- Whipping Post / Gregg Allman (23:03).
CD 2695