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Sleepy John Estes - Blues At Home 11 (2013)

13-08-2014, 17:28
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Sleepy John Estes - Blues At Home 11 (2013)

Artist: Sleepy John Estes
Title Of Album: Blues At Home 11
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Country Blues
Label: Mbirafon
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 65:21
Total Size: 153 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Why Women Don't Worry (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (2:30)
02. Easing Back To Tennessee (Take 3) (3:02)
03. Clean Up At Home (Take 1) (1:06)
04. President Kennedy (Take 1) (2:53)
05. President Kennedy (Take 2) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (3:13)
06. When You Lose Your Eyesight (2:43)
07. Tearing Little Daddy (Take 2) (1:59)
08. T-Model Ford (3:36)
09. I'm Twisting (Take 3) (1:40)
10. Broke And Hungry (3:03)
11. Little Laura Was A Dreamer (2:04)
12. I Can't Afford To Do It (Take 3) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (2:26)
13. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead (Take 5) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (2:04)
14. Who's Been Telling You (Take 3) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (3:51)
15. Diving Duck Blues (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (4:43)
16. Untitled Blues (Fragment) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (0:48)
17. Brownsville Blues (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (5:05)
18. Kansas City Blues (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (1:36)
19. Need More Blues (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (1:46)
20. Corrina, Corrina (Take 2) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (1:41)
21. Corrina, Corrina (Take 3) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (2:42)
22. Mailman Blues (Take 1) (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (4:41)
23. Someday Baby Blues (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (2:23)
24. Going Back To Brownsville (Feat. Hammie Nixon) (3:35)

The eleventh volume of the “Blues At Home” Collection, this CD presents not only a chief blues school, but also a remarkable figure of 19th century modern art. Sleepy John Adam Estes was born in 1904 in Ripley, Tennessee, but spent most of his life in Brownsville, Tennessee, which he properly considered his home. Between 1929 and 1939, he recorded over 30 sides for Vocalion, Decca, and Bluebird, including incomparable masterpieces such as “Everybody Oughta Make a Change,” “Need More Blues,” and “Vernita Blues,” to name a few. Living in poverty for the whole of his life and being completely blind by the late '40s, Estes was rediscovered in the early '60s through the referral of Big Joe Williams. He entered the blues revival circuit, making numerous recordings and performing in the United States and all over the world until his death in 1977. Recorded informally at Estes' home in Brownsville in December 1972, this Mbirafon CD features Sleepy John alone and with the accompaniment of his old-time partner, the master harmonica player Hammie Nixon (born in Haywood County, Tennessee, between 1907 and 1913). All tracks have been fully digitally remastered from the original tapes in 2013. —Giambattista Marcucci

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