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In the late '50s Sleepy John Estes wasn't nearly as visible as he had been before and during World War II - in fact, he had become so obscure that some historians wondered if he had died. But the blues veteran was still very much alive, and in 1962 a 63-year-old Estes (some claimed he was 58 or 57) made an impressive comeback with The Legend of Sleepy John Estes
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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. He appeared in a couple of documentary films, and cut the ‘Legend of Sleepy John Estes’ album with his old friend Hammie on harp, for the Delmark label. An appearance at the Newport Folk Festival in 1964 led to a European Blues Festival tour, and Sleepy John was a regular visitor down the years.
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|A1||Rats In My Kitchen|
|A3||Stop That Thing|
|A4||Diving Duck Blues|
|A5||Death Valley Blues|
|A6||Married Woman Blues|
|B1||Down South Blues|
|B2||Who's Been Telling You, Buddy Brown|
|B3||Drop Down Mama|
|B4||You Got To Go|
|B5||Milk Cow Blues|
|B6||I'd Been Well Warned|
- Licensed From – Delmark Records
- Manufactured By – Blues Interactions, Inc.
- Bass – Ed Wilkinson
- Harmonica – Hammie Nixon
- Piano – John "Knocky" Parker*
- Producer – Robert G. Koester
- Vocals, Guitar – Sleepy John Estes
NotesComes with a lyrics insert and a green and white obi
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: A Side: PLP 377A
- Matrix / Runout: B Side: PLP 377B
|DL-603||Sleepy John Estes||The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes (LP, Album, Mono)||Delmar Records||DL-603||US||Unknown|
|DS-603||Sleepy John Estes||The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes (LP, Album, Promo)||Delmark Records||DS-603||US||1962|
|32-195||Sleepy John Estes||The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes (LP, Album, Mono)||Esquire||32-195||UK||1964|
|DS-603||Sleepy John Estes||The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes (LP, Album)||Delmark Records||DS-603||US||Unknown|
|DD-603||Sleepy John Estes||The Legend Of Sleepy John Estes (CD, Album, RE)||Delmark Records||DD-603||Canada||1990|