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Mississippi John Hurt / Robert Pete Williams / John Jackson / Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachel - Country Blues Live! FLAC album

Sleepy John Estes- guitar, vocals Hammie Nixon- Harmonica (blues harp) Sleepy John got his nickname from a condition called Narcolepsy or. .He was later found ( "re-discovered") in the 1960s and he toured and played festivals along with Mississippi John Hurt and Bukka White and other bluesmen who seemed long forgotten

to Tennessee - Sleepy John Estes 47:18 - Shake' Em On Down - Bukka White 50:21 - Got the blues - Mississippi John Hurt 53:13 - Come on in my kitchen - Robert Johnson 56.

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Worked with Sleepy John Estes, "Three J's Jug Band", Sonny Boy Williamson, Peetie Wheatstraw and others. Nei gruppi: Yank Rachell And His Tennessee Jug-Busters. Sleepy John Estes, Yank Rachell, Hammie Nixon - Newport Blues (Album). Delmark Records, Delmark Records.

John Adams Estes (January 25, 1899 or 1900 – June 5, 1977), known as Sleepy John Estes, was an American blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist. Estes was born in Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee, either in 1899 (the date on his gravestone) or 1900 (the date on his World War I draft card).

Jailhouse Blues, Roots Of The Blues - Sleepy John Estes. 26. Time is drawing near, Sleepy John Estes, King of Blues. 27. New Someday Baby, Expressman Blues. 28. Fire Department Blues, Expressman Blues. Robert Pete Williams. Альбомы 19. Lowell Fulson.

Robert Pete Williams. John Lee 'Sonny Boy' Williamson. The Country Blues Blind Lemon Jefferson - Matchbox Blues Lonnie Johnson - Careless Love Cannon's Jug Stompers - Walk Right In Peg Leg Howell - Low Down Rounder's Blues Blind Willie McTell - Statesboro Blues Memphis Jug Band - Stealin' Stealin' Blind Willie Johnson - You Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond Leroy Carr - Alabama Woman Sleepy John Estes - Special Agent Big Bill Broonzy - Key To The Highway.

Sleepy John Estes, Charley Patton, Bukka White, Blind Willie McTell, Peg Leg Howell-these were merely bizarre names from a distant past. The blues was an archivist’s study. So far as we were told there was no blues today. Since 1960, Estes, Bukka White, Son House, and Skip James have all been rediscovered and have appeared extensively. Race music has been reversed, and old, frequently infirm Negroes-who would once have never ventured outside their black world, dependent on their music for a place within it-now perform for young, white, middle-class audiences exclusively. Robert Pete Williams is alive today. What he is creating lives now, and will continue to live. But what this blues audience had chosen was the illusion of contemporaneity, a singer who only is young today and has the lace of their generation. Robert Pete Williams sat in the crowd. He had an electric guitar.

12. Stack O' Dollars. 13. My Black Gal Blues. 15. Down South Blues. Robert Lockwood, Jr. Ice Man. Big Joe Turner.

Biography by Barry Lee Pearson. Tennessee country blues king who popularized Drop Down Mama and Milk Cow Blues. The Legend of Sleepy J. leepy John Estes. Brownsville Blues [Del. I Ain't Gonna Be Worri. ee Full Discography.

Tracklist

A1 Mississippi John Hurt I Shall Not Be Moved
A2 Mississippi John Hurt Avalon Blues
A3 Mississippi John Hurt I Hate To See That Evening Sun Go Down
A4 Mississippi John Hurt Payday
A5 Mississippi John Hurt Casey Jones
A6 Mississippi John Hurt Spanish Flang Dang
A7 Mississippi John Hurt Welcome
B1 Robert Pete Williams I'm So Worried
B2 John Jackson John Henry
B3 John Jackson Poor Boy
B4 John Jackson Buck Dancer's Choice
B5 John Jackson Tell Me Pretty Mama
B6 Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachel* I'm A Tearing Little Daddy
B7 Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachel* 80 Highway
B8 Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachel* Mailman Blues

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  • Remastered At – Studio Klement
  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Recorded At – The Washington Folk Festival

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth

Notes

"Never before on LP!"

Mississippi John Hurt recorded live at Joel Jacobson's, Washington, D.C., 1960s.
Robert Pete Williams recorded live at Johnny's, Hinterbrühl, Austria, October 1966.
John Jackson recorded live at the Washington Folk Festival.
Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachel recorded live in Vienna, Austria, October 1966 for a TV show.

Remastered at Studio Klement, Vienna.

Copyright 1988: Document Records, Austria.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-Out, Stamped): DLP 525-A 1 BE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-Out, Stamped): DLP 525-B 1 HP
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana
Mississippi John Hurt / Robert Pete Williams / John Jackson  / Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachel - Country Blues Live! FLAC album
Title:
Country Blues Live!
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FLAC size:
1900 mb
MP3 size:
1248 mb
WMA size:
1683 mb
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Style:
Country Blues
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