Sleepy John Estes With Yank Rachel, Noah Lewis - First Recordings album flac
Album · 1994 · 21 Songs. See All. Chickasaw Special - Single.
I have included photos of Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachel. There are no photos of Ham Lewis. Recorded in Memphis, TN. November 26, 1930. Noah Lewis:Harmonica & Vocals. Sleepy John Estes:Guitar. Yank Rachel:Mandolin.
Street Car Blues - Sleepy John Estes. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией
First Recordings with Yank Rachell & Noah Lewis. 2. The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair. 5. Black Mattie Blues.
Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Sleepy John Estes: First Recordings With Lewis & Rachel. Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee, United States (1899 – 1977). This is the best i could find. John Adam Estes (January 25, 1899 – June 5, 1977), best known as Sleepy John Estes or Sleepy John, was an American blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist, born in Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee.
John Estes - James Rachel - T-Bone Steak Blues (56336-2) - Little Sarah (55597-2) rec. September 26, 1929 in Memphis, TN; James Rachell, voc, mand; John Estes, g; 'Tee', Jab Jones, p (Three J's Jug Band) rec. October 2, 1929 in Memphis, TN; James Rachell, voc, mand; John Estes, g; "Tee", hc. The Original Sleepy John Estes with His "Jug Buddy" Hammie Nix & "Father Jazz" Booker T. Washington - Some Day Baby (A) - Sleepy John's Blues (B) rec. c. 1964 in Chicago, IL; (John Estes, voc, g); Hammie Nixon, hca; Booker T. Washington, dr (The above are actually pre-war masters of a 1938 Decca coupling of "New Someday Baby", "Brownsville Blues" with.
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Noah Lewis (September 3, 1890 or 1895 – February 7, 1961) was an American jug band and country blues musician, generally known for playing the harmonica. In Groups: Cannon's Jug Stompers, Noah Lewis's Jug Band. Variations: Viewing All Noah Lewis. Lewis, N. Lewis, Naah Lewis, Traditional. Sleepy John Estes With Noah Lewis & Yank Rachel, Gus Cannon And His Jug Stompers - First Recordings With Lewis & Rachel, The Legendary 1928-1930 Recordings (2xCD, Comp, RM). JSP Records.
My Black Gal Blues Lyrics: My Black Gal Blues Trk 15 2:53, Sleepy John Estes, (John Adam Estes), Sleepy John Estes - guitar & vocal, With: Noah Lewis - harmonica, Jab Jones - piano & Yank Rachell. My Black Gal Blues Trk 15 2:53 Sleepy John Estes (John Adam Estes) Sleepy John Estes - guitar & vocal With: Noah Lewis - harmonica Jab Jones - piano & Yank Rachell - mandolin Recorded: Memphis May 30st 1930 62548-2 Album: The Legendary 1928-1930 Recordings Gus Cannon And His Jug Stompers JSPCD3406. Black gal, she took a knife Scared my brown to death If I hadn't a-had my pistol Think I would-a run, myself Hadn't a had my pistol 'Spect I would-a run, myself. When you see me comin' Heist yo' win-dow high When you see me leavin' Hang your head an cry. When.
|1||–Sleepy John Estes||Broken Hearted, Ragged And Dirty Too|
|2||–Sleepy John Estes||The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair|
|3||–Sleepy John Estes||Divin' Duck Blues|
|4||–Yank Rachell||Little Sarah|
|5||–Sleepy John Estes||Black Mattie Blues|
|6||–Yank Rachell||T-Bone Steak Blues|
|7||–Noah Lewis||Chickasaw Special|
|8||–Noah Lewis||Devil In The Woodpile|
|9||–Sleepy John Estes||Milk Cow Blues|
|10||–Sleepy John Estes||Street Car Blues|
|11||–Sleepy John Estes||Expressman Blues|
|12||–Sleepy John Estes||Watcha Doin'?|
|13||–Sleepy John Estes||Poor John Blues|
|14||–Sleepy John Estes||Stack O'Dollars|
|15||–Sleepy John Estes||My Black Gal Blues|
|16||–Sleepy John Estes||Sweet Mama|
|17||–Noah Lewis||Like I Want To Be|
|18||–Noah Lewis's Jug Band||Ticket Agent Blues|
|19||–Noah Lewis's Jug Band||New Minglewood Blues|
|20||–Noah Lewis's Jug Band||Selling The Jelly|
|21||–Noah Lewis's Jug Band||Back Luck's My Buddy|
- Design – Unreal Image
- Guitar – Sleepy John Estes (tracks: 1 to 6, 9 to 16, 18 to 21)
- Harmonica – 'Tee' (tracks: 5, 6), Noah Lewis (tracks: 7, 8, 17 to 21)
- Jug – Ham Lewis (tracks: 18 to 21)
- Liner Notes – Keith Briggs
- Mandolin – Unknown Artist (tracks: 20), James Rachel* (tracks: 1 to 6, 9 to 16, 18, 19)
- Photography By – Brian Smith
- Piano – Jab Jones (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 9 to 16)
- Piano [Poss.] – Johnny Hardge (tracks: 2)
- Remastered By – John R. T. Davies
- Speech – Noah Lewis (tracks: 7, 8)
- Vocals – Noah Lewis (tracks: 18 to 21), Sleepy John Estes (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 9, 10, 12 to 15), Mrs. Van Zula Carter Hunt* (tracks: 20), James Rachel* (tracks: 4, 6, 11, 16)
NotesRecorded in Memphis, Tenn., 17 or 26 September 1929 (track 1), 24 September 1929 (track 2), 26 September 1929 (tracks 3, 4), 2 October 1929 (tracks 5 to 8), 13 May 1930 (tracks 9, 10), 17 May 1930 (track 11), 21 May 1930 (tracks 12, 13), 30 May 1930 (tracks 14 to 16), 26 November 1930 (tracks 17 to 19), and 28 November 1930 (tracks 20, 21).
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