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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. The other sections are fairly consistent — G section, back to D, then the turnaround of 5th fret D voicing and a descending on the beat bass run in G. The intro gets straight into the alternating bass with melodic riffs over the top that is a constant all throughout the song.
May take me a fair brown, may take me one or two more Big Eighty left Savannah, Mctdll, and did not stop You ought to saw that coloured fireman when he got that boiler hot You can mcteol over in the corner mama and hand me my travellin’ shoes You know by that, I’ve got them Statesboro blues Mama, sister got ’em, auntie got ’em Brother got ’em, friend got ’em, I got mctelk Woke up this morning, we had them Statesboro blues I looked over in the corner, grandpa and grandma had ’em too.
Minnie took the McTier name for her blind son and for herself, and moved to the tiny village of Stapleton, a few miles to the south. Mary Willis and Alfoncy and Bethenea Harris. The entire time the melody lines are played with an almost restrained feel to them.
Between schoolings he stayed on the road twb for minstrel and medicine shows, and playing on the street in the towns he visited.
Blind Willie Mctell chords & tabs
Blind Willie was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame as a foundation member in It has become one of the most influential blues songs ever recorded, nearly every line has been popularised by other artists either singularly, or as the inspiration for entire songs: Statesboro Blues is a masterpiece in every aspect. The bo weevil is a major pest of cotton crops and in the early 20s it had hit the primary industry of rural Georgia hard. The alternating bass line played n the beat by the thumb makes this song, so concentrate on absolutely nailing it.
Willie was a master of Piedmont playing, so the song requires a strong right hand technique. No worries, and thanks for having a look at the site! Finger picked acoustic blues tabs.
He would return to Statesboro often, but the town was in decline. What tuning is this tab in? Most headed to Atlanta and Augusta and Willie followed them in Willje sometimes strums chords with his thumb on the 2nd and 4th beats. In John Lomax recorded him in a hotel room for the Library of Congress. William was born blind in one eye, and soon lost his sight in the other.
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His mother remarried and had another son, but she died in bringing William back to Statesboro. He left behind a massive influence on Piedmont players, folk musicians and the blues as a whole.
Here are the first two verses: Taj Mahall covered Statesboro Blues inas did the Allman Brothers in — a version which is generally regarded as one of the best slide blues songs of all time.
It features an alternating bass line all throughout, with melodies improvised over the top. I believe it is supposed to be in Open D?
Your email address will not be published. Due to the generosity of neighbours and local businesses, William attended schools for the blind in Macon, Georgia, Michigan and New York where he learnt to read and write braille.
His unwed mother was 14 year old Minnie Watkins and his father, Eddie McTier was a moonshiner and gambler and left the family after a few months. The song starts of nice and gentle and is hammering along by the end. The records were all successful, and were the start of wilie 30 year recording career. Minnie was a competent guitar player, and started to teach William on a six string in Statesboro.
The progression is a 12 bar, but Willie adds bars here wille there and improvises around similar themes. Blind Willie McTell is an absolute legend of the blues.