When I lay my burden Library of Congress. Recorded between and and mastered on August 26, in NYC. Decca matrix Music From The South, Vol. Released the year William Carradine Cat-Iron actually laid his burden down.
Their version was dedicated to Fred McDowell, who had passed away in John as "Lay My Burden Down". As we can hear in William McEwan's version of "Will The Circle Be Unbroken", in the link above, that version uses a slightly different melody-line. Gepost door Joop op One of the finest releases by one of the best blues guitar These are some of the greatest The delta guitar legend's recordings originally on Regal.
This is mid-period McTell, finding the bluesman at his best with a pronounced guitar playing that conveys a sense of masterful urgency. His slide guitar style has been likened to the great Mississippi Fred McDowell. This is a soft, fragile and beautiful offering that provides Deze website gebruikt cookies.
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