"Mean Old World" is a blues song recorded by American blues electric guitar musician T-Bone Walker in  It has been described (along with the single's B-side) as "the first important blues recordings on the electric guitar".  Over the years it has been interpreted and recorded by numerous blues, jazz and rock and roll artists. Contents.
Bill Gaither (born April 21, , Belmont, Kentucky, USA — died October 30, , Indianapolis, Indiana, USA) sometimes known as "Little Bill" Gaither or, was an American blues guitarist and singer. For the gospel singer with the popular ANV of Bill Gaither, please use William Gaither.
Written-By – Gaither* B2: Jiving Men Blues Written-By – Gaither* B3: I'm Behind The 8 Ball Now Written-By – Gaither* B4: Champ Joe (King Of The Gloves) Written-By – Gaither* B5: Jungle Man Blues Written-By – Hill* B6: Blake Street Blues Written-By – Gaither* B7: Changing Blues Written-By – Hill* B8: Mean Old World To Live Written.
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In , 18 recordings by Bill Gaither dating from were reissued on the Story of the Blues label, marking this overlooked blues guitarist's very first appearance on compact disc. Whereas Document would take on Gaither's every known recording within a few years of this release, the initial sampler on Story of the Blues provides a good Author: Blind Dog Radio.
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