04 juin 2007

Sleepy John Estes

John Adam Estes dit Sleepy John Estes (vocal/g) Ripley, Tennessee, prob. 25 janvier 1899 ou 1904 - Brownsville, Tennessee, 5 juin 1977.






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Sleepy John Estes - The complete recorded works - Volume 1
24 septembre 1929 au 2 août 1937
Document records DOCD-5015

01 - Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair
02 - Broken Hearted, Ragged and Dirty Too
03 - Divin' Duck Blues
04 - Little Sarah
05 - Black Mattie Blues
06 - T-Bone Steak Blues
07 - Milk Cow Blues
08 - Street Car Blues
09 - Expressman Blues
10 - Watcha Doin'?
11 - Poor John Blues
12 - Stack o' Dollars
13 - My Black Gal Blues
14 - Sweet Mama
15 - Down South Blues
16 - Stop That Thing
17 - Someday Baby Blues
18 - Who's Been Telling You Buddy Brown Blues
19 - Married Woman Blues
20 - Drop Down Mama
21 - Government Money
22 - I Wanta Tear It All the Time
23 - Vernita Blues
24 - I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More


Sleepy John Estes - The complete recorded works - Volume 2
2 août 1937 au 24 septembre 1941
Document records DOCD-5016

01 - Floating Bridge
02 - Need More Blues
03 - Jack and Jill Blues
04 - Poor Man's Friend (T Model)
05 - Hobo Jungle Blues
06 - Airplane Blues
07 - Everybody Oughta Make a Change
08 - Liquor Store Blues
09 - Easin' Back to Tennessee
10 - Fire Department Blues (Martha Hardin)
11 - Clean up at Home
12 - New Someday Baby
13 - Brownsville Blues
14 - Special Agent (Railroad Police Blues)
15 - Mailman Blues
16 - Time Is Drawing Near
17 - Mary Come on Home
18 - Jailhouse Blues
19 - Tell Me How About It (Mr - Tom's Blues)
20 - Drop Down (I Don't Feel Welcome Here)
21 - Don't You Want to Know
22 - You Shouldn't Do That
23 - When the Saints Go Marching In
24 - Lawyer Clark Blues
25 - Little Laura Blues
26 - Working Man Blues

17 commentaires:

Rock and Roll Another One a dit…

Volume 1 : http://lix.in/8376f3

Volume 2 : http://lix.in/f020ab

pw : bluesandrhythm.blogspot.com

Nagiants40 a dit…

ANAZING as usual..

BIG THANKS man..

Anonyme a dit…

Thank you for Sleepy John's music especially the 20's and 30's stuff. He was a great singer and an okay-guitar-player and created fantastic songs. I only got few songs from his beginning in the 20's but I think the songs with the piano a superb. His recordings from the 60's were good too but sometimes a little too chaotic. He did even a record (I think on DELMARK) with people like Jimmy Dawkins, the harp-player Carey Bell who pasted some weeks ago and Sunny Slim in the amplified Chicago-style.
When he was found in the 60's by blues enthusiasts there was doubt if he was identical with the same musician from this recordings because B B Broonzy told some researchers in the mid-fifties Estes had already died some years ago.
By the way - if you have problems open the .rar files you should start with part 2(password) instead of part 1.

Ansina a dit…

Merci beaucoup.

Gustavo a dit…

Great Blog!!.

Check mine and leave a comment, please.

Thanks!


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Anonyme a dit…

Thank you very much. Estes is my very favorite country bluesman.

CATWOMAN a dit…

Great Blog!!!

brad a dit…

wow thanks so much man this kind of stuff is hard to find great great blog.

The ROCK & BLUES Guitar Blog a dit…

AWESOME Blog site !!
I loved it.You sure did your home work....well if you love this music, you must know it by heart already.
Keep going and keep blogging.
Great site !!
Thanks GW Williams
Come by and say hi at my blog if you have time...thanks
The Rock & Blues Guitar Blog

Werner a dit…

great bluesman

Anonyme a dit…

great bluesman

Hard Luck Child a dit…

Thank you very much for posting this! I love John Estes. Please leave comments/criticisms on my Blues blog. It'd be much appreciated! Thank you so much!

Anonyme a dit…

Thank you very much for this material, cool-as-always. About Sleepy Estes ...
I can almost imagine it playing with Robert Johnson or Robert Jr. Lockwood. beyond that have different styles ...
very good material, it really is a "document".
Greetings form the south
EdCoWorf

EdCoWorf a dit…

Great blog. Thank you very much for this material, cool-as-always. About Sleepy Estes ... i really like it
I can almost imagine it playing with Robert Johnson or Robert Jr. Lockwood. beyond that have different styles ...They were "the absolute owners and masters" of a great time blues.
very good material, it really is a "document".
Greetings from the South
EdCoWorf

Nivas Podridão a dit…

The links are dead! Can U repost please?

Anonyme a dit…

there isnt a link working... :(

Anonyme a dit…

ALL LINKS AREA DEAD!