Sleepy John Estes - Sleepy John Estes In Europe mp3 album
Like most contemporary country-blues musicians from the South, Estes did ramble, playing country suppers and plantation parties as a solo act or with a minstrel show, but his exposure to the urban and transatlantic world was still minimal to nonexistent. As evidenced by both reportage and this document of his 1964 trip to Denmark, France, Sweden, Germany, and England, though, Estes mostly enjoyed his first trip abroad, having fun with his international hosts while still living up to his nickname by mysteriously nodding off on several occasions.
Vocals, Guitar – Sleepy John Estes. Written-By – Sleepy John Estes. Recorded at Metronome Records, Copenhagen, Oct 9, 1964 (1, 3, 5, 11, 13) and Olympic Sound Studios, London, Oct 24, 1964 (2, 4, 6-10, 12).
Artist: Sleepy John Estes. You Shouldn't Do That. Who's Been Tellin' You Buddy Brown Blues? Sleepy John Estes. When the Saints Go Marching In. Sleepy John Estes. Whatcha' Doin'? Sleepy John Estes. Time Is Drawing Near. The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair.
Sleepy John Estes – guitar, vocals Hammie Nixon – harmonica, jug. Having only sporadically left his rural hamlet of Brownsville, TN, for recording trips in Chicago and Memphis, blues guitarist and singer Sleepy John Estes must have found it a bit of a shock to make the 1964 American Folk-Blues Festival tour of Europe. Like most contemporary country-blues musicians from the South, Estes did ramble, playing country suppers and plantation parties as a solo act or with a minstrel show, but his exposure to the urban and transatlantic world was still minimal to nonexistent
Sleepy John Estes was an important and influential re-discovery of the Folk/Blues revival of the early 60s. His guitar work was never more than rudimentary, but his clear piercing voice conveyed his authentic and personal country Blues to a new generation of fans and performers, and his songs live on in the work of many modern bands. He appeared in a couple of documentary films, and cut the ‘Legend of Sleepy John Estes’ album with his old friend Hammie on harp, for the Delmark label. He recorded several albums in Europe, both live sets and studio sessions and he often included references to his travels. Sleepy John Estes Discography.
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ain't goin' to worry Poor John's mind anymore" In Memory John Adam Estes Jan. 25, 1899 June 5, 1977 Blues Pioneer Guitarist – Songwriter – Poet. ain't goin' to worry Poor John's mind anymore" is derived from his song "Someday Baby Blues. I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More" was recorded in 1935, and in his song "Drop Down Mama", also recorded in 1935, Estes referred to himself as "Poor John" . Sleepy John Estes in Europe (Delmark). Leaving Trunk", a cover version of Estes's song "Milk Cow Blues", was included on Taj Mahal's self-titled 1968 album. It was also covered by the Derek Trucks Band on the album Live at Georgia Theatre. The Keef Hartley Band covered the song on their debut album, Halfbreed.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
|A2||Who's Been Tellin' You||4:55|
|A6||I'm A Tearing Little Daddy||2:25|
|B1||I Stayed Away Too Long||2:45|
|B2||Drop Down Mama||4:19|
|B3||The Woman I Love||3:50|
|B4||You Oughtn't Do That||2:45|
|B5||Easin' Back To Tennessee||4:40|
- Recorded At – Metronome Records
- Recorded At – Olympic Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Ardent Studios
- Pressed By – Midwest Custom Record Pressing
- Cover – Peter J. Welding*
- Harmonica, Jug – Hammie Nixon
- Producer, Supervised By [Album Supervision], Liner Notes – Robert G. Koester
- Vocals, Guitar, Written-By – Sleepy John Estes
NotesA1, A3, A5, and B5 recorded at Metronome Records, Copenhagen. All other tracks recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London.
Produced in cooperation with Dansk Grammophonpladerforlag.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): MCRP DS-611 A AS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): MCRP DS-611 B AS
|DD-611, 611||Sleepy John Estes||In Europe (CD, Album, RE, Bon)||Delmark Records, Delmark Records||DD-611, 611||US||1999|
|DS-611, DS-9611||Sleepy John Estes||Sleepy John Estes In Europe (LP, Album)||Delmark Records, Delmark Records||DS-611, DS-9611||US||Unknown|