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Fred McDowell I Do Not Play No Rock N' Roll
Playing electric guitar on this 1969 recording for Just Sunshine, including some fiery bottleneck. FM originals like You Got To Move — covered by the Rolling Stones on Sticky Fingers — and a Joe Williams.





Blind Willie McTell Trying To Get Home
Superb late gospel and blues from 1949 Regals, as presented by Biograph in the 1970s.
180g vinyl.



Blind Willie McTell Searching The Desert For The Blues
Okehs (as Georgia Bill), Victors (Hot Shot Willie) and Vocalions (Blind Willie) — with another amazing Georgia blues guitarist, Curley Weaver, and two fine Atlanta singers, Ruth Willis and Ruby Glaze.



Blind Willie McTell Amazing Grace
John Lomax was on a Library of Congress field trip in 1940 when he saw McTell busking in the car-park of the Atlanta Pig ‘n Whistle BBQ. The great man got a buck for this session. (Check the monologues).



Blind Willie McTell East St.Louis
Rare cuts for Regal Records in Atlanta in 1950, also featuring guitarist Curley Williams. This is the first time that many of these tracks have ever been issued on vinyl.



Blind Willie McTell Fare You Well
Recorded for Vocalion (in New York City) and Decca (in Chicago) these tracks from the mid-thirties mark the height of McTell’s recording career. That's his wife Kate singing on Ain’t It Grand To Be A Christian.






Muddy Waters Down On Stovall's Plantation
His first recordings, from 1941. Alan Lomax came across him running a juke joint in Mississippi. With Henry Sims on violin, Louis Ford on mandolin, and Percy Thomas on guitar.