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  1. Album. Brownsville Blues Sleepy John Estes. Released Brownsville Blues Tracklist. 2. Girl I Love Lyrics. About “Brownsville Blues” Goin’ to Brownsville.
  2. ESTES, SLEEPY JOHN - Brownsville Blues - baterbatedarmi.taiharmingmissresourmimorrfiddsecdalo.infoinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Mailman Blues 9. Mary Come On Home I'd Been Well Warned Pat Mann Drop Down Mamma # in Traditional Blues (CDs & Vinyl) # in Memphis Blues # in Delta Blues 5/5(1).
  3. Brownsville Blues, an album by Sleepy John Estes on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. John Adams (“Sleepy John”) Estes was born in Ripley, Tennessee on January 25th of or The earlier date was on his tombstone and the latter on his World War I draft card. Estes is an important blues guitarist, songwriter and singer who influenced many subsequent musicians, including John baterbatedarmi.taiharmingmissresourmimorrfiddsecdalo.infoinfo Wikipedia profile says that his career spanned more than fifty years.
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  6. During improvised sessions, "Sleepy" John Estes is recorded at the end of his life by Italian Gianni Marcucci (the latter had already captured him in for "Blues oggi" LP). The atmosphere is warm and relax but the old bluesman no longer has his old resources.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Brownsville Blues [Delmark] - Sleepy John Estes on AllMusic - /
  8. 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. Genre Early Country Blues Songs Fire Department Blues Married Woman Blues Drop Down Mama You Shouldn't Do That Government Money I Wanta Tear It All The Time Vernita Blues Who's Been Tellin.
  9. Mar 19,  · "Expressman Blues", recorded in Memphis, TN, on may 17, with Sleepy John Estes on guitar, Yank Rachell on vocal and mandolin and Jab Jones on piano. I said expressman, expressman, lord, You have parked your wagon wrong. Lord, you have parked your wagon wrong. You took and moved my good gal, When I was.

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