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Bob Dylan

Blind Willie McTell (5:52)

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Seen the arrow on the door post
Saying, \"This land is condemned
All the way from New Orleans to Jerusalem\"
I traveled through East Texas where many martyrs fell

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  • Whoa, makes me wet. Now let's go ahead and discover Blind WillieMcTell himself and find out the 'roots'.
  • wading through some Hot Five tunes I discovered "St James Infirmary" - that's where the studio version's melody is derived from.
  • This studio version always left me speechless.
  • There's a lot to love about the electric version, but the acoustic one sounds to me like it was hewn from the very rocks of the earth. Two brilliant musicians, one voice and darkness, darkness, darkness.
  • Voodoo.
  • The electric version sends shivers down my spine, it's so mystifying and unsettling and just awesome, especially the chain gang on the highway part.
  • Well, I heard that hoot owl singing as they were taking down the tents. The stars above the barren trees were his only audience. Them charcoal gypsy maidens can strut their feathers well, but nobody can sing the blues like Blind Willie McTell.
  • If people ever doubt that Bob Dylan has lost his edge, play them this song. It speaks of things on so many levels. I got to stay at the St James Hotel in New Orleans; Bob has a house there Uptown.
  • truth
  • The Allman Brothers Band have been doing this song lately, debuted it at last year's Beacon run I believe. Doing it justice, of course.

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