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Someday Baby Blues - Sleepy John Estes - From Memphis to Chicago 1929-1941

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  1. Certainement une des figures les plus influentes de toute l'histoire du blues, compositeur visionnaire de nombreux classiques («Someday Baby», «Diving Duck Blues», Milk Cow Blues), Sleepy John Estes enregistre dès à Memphis un style de blues où sa voix mourante et expressive est soulignée par un jeu d'harmonica dominant (Hammie Nixon, Noah Lewi, Robert Nighthawk). Chroniqueur.
  2. - Sauvegarde raisonnée de notre patrimoine sonore. Catalogue gratuit., Sleepy John Estes, compositeur de nombreux “classiques” (Someday baby, Milk cow blues) a enregistré avant la guerre une des œuvres les plus brillantes de l’histoire du blues, largement rééditée dans ce coffret. Avec Hammie Nixon, un des grands créateurs de l’harmonica-blues.
  3. Jul 16,  · John Adam Estes (25 January — 5 June ) commonly known as Sleepy John Estes or Sleepy John, was a U.S. blues guitarist songwriter and vocalist, born in Ripley, Tennessee.
  4. Song information for Divin' Duck Blues - Sleepy John Estes on AllMusic. Song information for Divin' Duck Blues - Sleepy John Estes on AllMusic The Blues: From Memphis to Chicago - Frémeaux & Associés: Someday Baby Blues. Snapper:
  5. The Blues: From Memphis to Chicago - Sleepy John Estes John Adam Estes (January 25, – June 5, ), best known as Sleepy John Estes or Sleepy John, was an American blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist, born in Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee.
  6. In Estes signed a recording contract with Victor Records. In he and Nixon moved to Chicago, where Estes also recorded for Decca Records, and in the s he made some recordings for Bluebird Records, where his biggest hit, "Someday, Baby", became known as a blues classic and featured Estes' signature crying vocals and well-crafted lyrics.
  7. Sep 29,  · Among the unissued material on the label were sides by Sleepy John Estes and Hammie Nixon as well as some unknown tracks. At a very informal session in the early 60’s Sleepy John and Hammie Nixon cut fourteen sides for Cadillac Baby, none of which were issued at the time.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Blues: From Memphis to Chicago - - Sleepy John Estes on AllMusic - - Sleepy John Estes 7/
  9. Apr 14,  · from my original rpm disk, not from a CD. " Someday Baby Blues " () SLEEPY JOHN ESTES & HAMMIE NIXON (Harmonica).

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