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55 USD. John went from this album to the Newport Folk Festival, Europe and eventually was a member of the first blues group to tour Japan where he even made the charts.
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Nothing on this set rivals his best '60s-era recordings for the Delmark label (those can be found on The Legend of Sleepy John Estes), but this album is still worthwhile. Estes is joined by the most sympathetic accompanists he would ever know: Hammie Nixon on harmonica and Yank Rachell on mandolin and second guitar. Michael Bloomfield, then a fiery young guitarist just appearing on the Chicago scene, joins in on a few tunes, too. But not even his presence can rouse the somnolent Estes.
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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).
Sleepy John Estes, Hammie Nixon, Yank Rachell 02-11-1995. Toplam süre:45 min. 01. Broke and Hungry. 03. 3:00 Morning Blues. 04. Beale Street Sugar. 05. Everybody Oughta Change. 07. So Glad I'm Livin'.
In 1964, 77 Records released Sleepy John Estes' album "Broke & Hungry, Ragged & Dirty too". The song "Ragged & Dirty" appears in the album. Sleepy John Estes' version is a little different than Willie Brown's version and Blind Lemon's version. However, the song might have been recorded back in September 1929 in Memphis, Tennessee with the Three J's Jug Band. This version was recorded in March 3, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. Sleepy John Estes on vocals and guitar