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In the spring of 1959 McTell suffered a stroke. He moved back to Thomson, Georgia to live with relatives but by the summer of that year he suffered a further stroke and a week later, on August 19, 1959, he died in hospital. B The quality of Blind Willie McTell’s recorded legacy is immeasurable. His most celebrated song, ‘Statesboro Blues’, has been covered by many artists, including Taj Mahal and The Allman Brothers Band. A familiar, if considerably abridged version of the song was recorded at the Fillmore East in March 1971 by The Allman Brothers Band.

Newman and published as part of a collection of poems entitled “It Could Be Verse”. The poem was recorded by Richard “Lord” Buckley – who is often erroneously credited with writing the piece – live at the Ivar Theatre, Los Angeles in 1959. It was originally released on his album “Way Out Humor” (World Pacific, 1959), which was re-released as “Lord Buckley In Concert” (Demon Verbals, 1985). Bob Dylan was influenced greatly by the Lord and a copy of “The Best Of Lord Buckley” can be seen on the mantelpiece on the front cover of Dylan’s “Bringing It All Back Home” album.

A familiar, if considerably abridged version of the song was recorded at the Fillmore East in March 1971 by The Allman Brothers Band. The song, which was realised on the band’s album “At Fillmore East”, features Statesboro resident and band member Duane Allman on slide guitar. Bob Dylan probably first heard McTell and ‘Statesboro Blues’ on the Sam Charters compilation album “The Country Blues”. Along with the Harry Smith Anthology, Sam Charters’ 1959 album was the most important folk / country blues record of the 1950s.

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