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Mailman Blues - Sleepy John Estes Featuring James Yank Rachel* And Hammie Nixon - Recorded Live 1966 / 1974 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. 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.
  2. Sleepy John Estes Featuring James 'Yank' Rachel* And Hammie Nixon: Sleepy John Estes Featuring James 'Yank' Rachel* And Hammie Nixon - Recorded Live / ‎ (LP) Wolf Records (2) Austria: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  3. Mar 12,  · Estes began playing again and appeared at the Newport Folk Festival in with long-time collaborators Hammie Nixon and Yank Rachell, the profile says. Above is “Mailman Blues,” which is the only video I could find of Estes playing. It was shot in Rachell is on the left. Below is”Down South Blues,” which includes some great photos.
  4. out of 5 stars In The Times Of Sleepy John Estes Reviewed in the United States on December 4, I have spent considerable time in this space detailing the musical careers of a number of old time, mainly black, country blues musicians, especially, like the artist under review Sleepy John Estes, those who were "discovered" during the folk /5(5).
  5. Mailman Blues Sleepy John Estes. Top Sleepy John Estes Lyrics Diving Duck Blues Floating Bridge I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More Milk Cow Blues Married Woman Blues Street Car Blues Drop Down Mama Special Agent Stop That Thing The Girl I Love She Got Long Curly Hair.
  6. Sleepy John Estes was born in Tennesse and his style got the name “Brownsville Blues”. His harp friend Hammie Nixon and mandolin-player Yank Rachell are on most of his songs. On this CD you can listen to his famous pre-war recordings, like Someday Baby Blues or Duck Blues.
  7. Label: Wolf Records (2) - • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Austria • Genre: Blues • Sleepy John Estes Featuring James 'Yank' Rachel* And Hammie Nixon - Recorded Live / (Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  8. Sleepy John Estes recorded live featuring James 'Yank' Rachel [sic] and Hammie Nixon / - Blues For Johnny * - Mailman Blues * - Three Little Flowers * § - You Shouldn't Say That * - You Don't Mean Me No Good * § - I've Been Well-Warned * - Divin' Duck Blues * - Clean Up At Home * - I'll Be Glad When You're Dead # - Rats In My Kitchen # [].

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