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Floating Bridge - Sleepy John Estes - From Memphis to Chicago 1929-1941

19.10.2019

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  1. Mar 18,  · Sleepy John Estes Complete Recorded Works () Vol 1 - Sleepy John Estes Sleepy John Estes Floating bridge Need more blues Jack and Jill blues Poor man`s friend (T model) (Chicago). Like Big Joe, Sleepy John was as comfortable playing with a band as he was playing solo. The recordings on Volume Author: Zen Archer.
  2. Sleepy John Estes - The Blues: from Memphis to Chicago , Disc NM, Case NM, Format: Music CD, Varese Sarabande Records. Jazz music CD release from Sleepy John Estes with the album The Blues: from Memphis to Chicago Released on the label Varese Sarabande Records. Hard to find Jazz music CD.
  3. ‎Big Bill Broonzy called John Estes' style of singing "crying" the blues because of its overt emotional quality. Actually, his vocal style harks back to his tenure as a work-gang leader for a railroad maintenance crew, where his vocal improvisations and keen, cutting voice set the pace for work activ. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  4. Sleepy John Estes From Memphis to Chicago, an album by Sleepy John Estes on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfoed on:
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Blues: From Memphis to Chicago - - Sleepy John Estes on AllMusic - - 7/
  6. Sleepy John Estes song lyrics collection. Browse 27 lyrics and Sleepy John Estes albums. Floating Bridge: Poor John Blues: The Girl I Love, She Got Long, Curly Hair - Remastered Sleepy John Estes From Memphis to Chicago. The Ultimate Jazz Archive 13 - .
  7. - 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.

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