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The Postwar Recordings Of Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver (1949-1950)

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My Baby's Gone
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Ticket Agent
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Don't Forget (It)
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A To Z Blues
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Good Little Thing
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You Can't Get Stuff No More
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Love Changin' Blues
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Savannah Mama
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Talkin' To You Mama
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East St. Louis
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Wee Midnight Hours
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She Don't Treat Me Good No More
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Brownskin Woman
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I Keep On Drinking
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Pal Of Mine (Take 1)
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Pal Of Mine (Take 2)
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Honey It Must Be Love
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Sending Up My Timber (Take 1)
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Sending Up My Timber (Take 2)
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Lord Have Mercy If You Please
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Trying To Get Home (Climbing High Montains)
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It's My Desire
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Hide Me In Thy Bosom
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Some Rainy Day
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Trixie
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 67:00

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mr. mark

McTell's accoustic strumming lost none of it's power from the earlier recordings, as he reprises some of his earlier classics,with different titles. Weaver's singing leaves a bit to be desired, compared to Willie's tunes. Material ranges from Holy blues to love songs to the violent "A to Z Blues". Sound quality is fair.

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