The first blues album I ever owned was a gift from my aunt and uncle, way back in the day. It was called “The Anthology of British Blues: Me and the Devil” by Tony McPhee and Friends. It was way above my musical tastes at the time, and it wasn’t until recently that I started to appreciate the blues.
My original vinyl was lost long ago, but I was able to track down a re-release on CD on Amazon.com last year. Track eight was the title track of the album, a cover of the Robert Johnson classic “Me and the Devil Blues,” shortened to “Me and the Devil.”