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Sleepy John Estes

John Adam Estes

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Дискография Sleepy John Estes:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes 12 audio iTunes 1962 Delmark Records
2 Jailhouse Blues 50 audio iTunes History
3 Portraits In Blues Volume 10 11 audio iTunes 1965 Storyville
4 Drop Down Mama 16 audio iTunes 1995 Orbis
5 I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More 24 audio iTunes 2010 Monk (4)
6 The Harmonica Blues Of 10 audio iTunes 1975 Storyville
7 Old Original Tennessee Blues 12 audio iTunes 1971
8 Electric Sleep 10 audio iTunes 1968 Delmark Records
9 Tennessee Blues Vol. 4 16 audio iTunes 1976 Albatros (2)
10 1929-1940 12 audio iTunes 1964 RBF Records
11 Sleepy John Estes With Yank Rachel: 1929-30 Sessions 14 audio iTunes 1973 Roots (2)
12 The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 2: 2 August 1937 - 24 September 1941 26 audio iTunes 1990 Document Records (2)
13 (1929-30 & 1941) 18 audio iTunes 1989 Document Records (2)
14 Down South Blues (1935-1940) 15 audio iTunes 1982 MCA Records
15 Brownsville Blues 18 audio iTunes 1992 Delmark Records
16 Brownsville Blues 12 audio iTunes 1965 Delmark Records
17 The Blues Of Sleepy John Estes Vol One 16 audio iTunes 1966 Swaggie Records
18 Married Woman Blues / Drop Down Mama 2 audio iTunes Decca
19 Broke And Hungry 10 audio iTunes 1992 Delmark Records
20 Sleepy John Estes 16 audio iTunes Collector's Classics
21 Someday Baby 23 audio iTunes 1996 Indigo Recordings
22 Broke And Hungry 12 audio iTunes 1995 Delmark Records
23 I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More 1929 - 1941 23 audio iTunes 1992 Yazoo
24 Sleepy John Estes Volume One 6 audio iTunes Swaggie Records
25 Sleepy John Estes Volume Two 6 audio iTunes Swaggie Records
26 The Delta Boys (1934-1941) Complete Recordings In Chronological Order 20 audio iTunes 1988 Wolf Records (2)
27 Married Woman Blues 2 audio iTunes Brunswick
28 Broke And Hungry 10 audio iTunes 1964 Delmark Records
29 Broken Hearted 15 audio iTunes 1975 RCA
30 Super Black Blues Vol.3 10 audio iTunes Goody
31 On 80 Highway 17 audio iTunes 2008 Delmark Records
32 The Blues Of Sleepy John Estes - Volume Two 1938-1940 14 audio iTunes Swaggie Records
33 Someday Baby Blues 25 audio iTunes 2004 Complete Blues
34 Brownsville Blues 12 audio iTunes Delmark Records
35 The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes 12 audio iTunes Delmark Records
36 Sleepy John Estes In Europe 11 audio iTunes
37 Electric Sleep 13 audio iTunes 1991 Delmark Records
38 Goin` To Brownsville 22 audio iTunes 1998 Testament Records
39 Portraits In Blues Volume 10 11 audio iTunes 1968 Storyville
40 The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 2: 2 August 1937 - 24 September 1941 26 audio iTunes 2008 Document Records (2)
41 The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 24 September To 2 August 1937 24 audio iTunes 2008 Document Records (2)
42 The Harmonica Blues 10 audio iTunes 1983 PGP RTB
43 Treasury Of Jazz No. 30 4 audio iTunes 1963 RCA Victor
44 Southern Blues 17 audio iTunes Wolf Records (2)
45 Drop Down Mama (I Don't Feel Welcome Here) / Tell Me How About It (Mr. Tom's Blues) 4 audio iTunes 1940 Decca
46 Broken Hearted, Ragged And Dirty, Too / Black Mattie Blues 2 audio iTunes 1929 Victor
47 Recorded Live 1966 / 1974 14 audio iTunes Wolf Records (2)
48 Blues Live! 12 audio iTunes 1981 Storyville
49 Jailhouse Blues 26 audio iTunes 2002 Past Perfect Silver Line

Born: January 25, 1899 in Ripley, Tennessee. Died: June 05, 1977 in Brownsville, Tennessee. American blues singer & guitarist. Estes made his debut as a recording artist in Memphis in 1929, at a session organized by [a900371] for Victor Records. He later recorded for the Decca and Bluebird labels, with his last pre-war recording session taking place in 1941. He made a brief return to recording at Sun Studio in Memphis in 1952, recording "Runnin' Around" and "Rats in My Kitchen," but otherwise was largely out of the public eye for two decades. Though only modestly skilled as a guitarist (he was frequently teamed with more capable musicians, like [a307162], [a307450], and the piano player [a516933]), Estes was a fine singer, with a distinctive "crying" vocal style. He sounded so much like an old man, even on his early records, that blues revivalists reportedly delayed looking for him because they assumed he would have to be long dead, and because fellow musician [a307270] had written that Estes had died. By the time he was tracked down, by [a319451] and [a666121] in 1962, he had become completely blind and was living in abject poverty. He resumed touring and recording, though his later records are generally considered less interesting than his pre-war output.


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