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Blind Willie McTell - Kill It, Kid The Eseential Collection mp3 album

Blind Willie McTell - Kill It, Kid The Eseential Collection

Musician: Blind Willie McTell
Album title: Kill It, Kid The Eseential Collection
Style: Delta Blues
Released: 2013
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1488 mb
Size APE version: 1936 mb
Size WMA version: 1544 mb
Rating ✫: 4.1
Votes: 325
Format: AHX MPC WAV VOX APE MP4 MMF
Genre: Blues

Blind Willie McTell - Kill It, Kid The Eseential Collection mp3 album

Blind Willie McTell - Kill It, Kid The Eseential Collection mp3 album

Tracklist

A1 Kill It, Kid
A2 Dying Crapshooter Blues
A3 Savannah Mama
A4 Lord, Send Me An Angel
A5 Dying Gambler
A6 Boll Weevil
B1 Statesboro Blues
B2 Lay Down blues
B3 Rollin' Mama Blues
B4 Broke Down Engine Blues
B5 Death Cell Blues
B6 Lay Some Flowers On My grave

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Goldenlane Records
  • Copyright (c) – Goldenlane Records

Notes

Sticker on shrink wrap: 180 GRAM VINYL PRESSING Limited Edition

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 41157 02721 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): CLP-0272-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): CLP-0272-1B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CLP 0272 Blind Willie McTell Kill It, Kid: The Essential Collection ‎(LP, Comp, 140) Goldenlane Records CLP 0272 US 2013

Kerahuginn
Considering how old this music is I'm surprised at how good the fidelity is, except for Low Down Blues. I don't know what the original sources for this pressing were but for the most part the way Goldenlane handled them produced a record that shines. It was interesting hearing Statesboro Blues as it was originally recorded. All in all, if you like old delta blues this is a good addition to your collection. The fidelity is better than what I thought was possible and the music shows once again just how good Willie McTell was as a songwriter and performer. Lay Some Flowers On My Grave could well have been an early bluegrass tune by some white guy from Tennessee showing just how close those two types of music were at the early days of their development. It was a revelation for me to hear it.