July 12, 2021

Episode 138

Show 138Recorded 7-10-21
This podcast features Major 12-String Acoustic Blues Legend Blind Willie McTell from a field recording session in Atlanta on November 5, 1940. This recording was by John A Lomax for the Folk Archives of the Library of Congress. Included are Ballads, Blues and Gospel selections performed impromptu by Mr McTell and his 12-string. Our Narrator-in-Charge is our friend and noted ethnomusicologist, Dr David Evans. This podcast runs a bit long but, well worth your time. Enjoy!

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