Top Sleepy John Estes Albums
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At His Best
At His Best
[2018]
Working Man - EP
Working Man - EP
[2018]
Drop Down
Drop Down
[2018]
Crying the Blues
Crying the Blues
[2015]
Live in Japan with Hammie Nixon
Live in Japan with Hammie Nixon
[2014]
Blues At Home 11
Blues At Home 11
[2013]
The Legend of Sleepy John Estes
The Legend of Sleepy John Estes
[2013]
Sweet Mama
Sweet Mama
[2012]
Street Car Blues
Street Car Blues
[2010]
On Highway 80 (feat. Hammie Nixon)
On Highway 80 (feat. Hammie Nixon)
[2008]
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 13: Blues - Sleepy John Estes (3 of 4)
The Ultimate Jazz Archive 13: Blues - Sleepy John Estes (3 of 4)
[2007]
The Man Who Cried the Blues
The Man Who Cried the Blues
[2006]
I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More 1929-1941
I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More 1929-1941
[2006]
Newport Blues
Newport Blues
[2002]
Sleepy John Estes in Europe
Sleepy John Estes in Europe
[1999]
Expressman Blues
Expressman Blues
[1999]
Goin' to Brownsville
Goin' to Brownsville
[1998]
Broke and Hungry
Broke and Hungry
[1995]
Brownsville Blues
Brownsville Blues
[1992]
On the Chicago Blues Scene (feat. Carey Bell, Sunnyland Slim & Jimmy Dawkins)
On the Chicago Blues Scene (feat. Carey Bell, Sunnyland Slim & Jimmy Dawkins)
[1991]
Sleepy John Estes Vol. 2 (1937 - 1941)
Sleepy John Estes Vol. 2 (1937 - 1941)
[1990]
Related Information for Sleepy John Estes
John Adam Estes (born in Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee, January 25, 1899 — Brownsville, Haywood County, Tennessee, June 5, 1977) best known as Sleepy John Estes or Sleepy John, was a blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist.In 1915, Estes' father, a sharecropper who also played some guitar, moved the family to Brownsville, Tennessee. Not long after, Estes lost the sight of his right eye when a friend threw a rock at him during a baseball game. At the age of 19, while working as a field hand, he began to perform professionally. The venues were mostly local parties and picnics, with the accompaniment of Hammie Nixon, a harmonica player, and James "Yank" Rachell, a guitarist and mandolin player. He would continue... read more