King Of The Bottleneck Guitar 1934-1937 - Kokomo Arnold Reviews
Description:Genre: Blues / Artist: Kokomo Arnold / Audio CD released 1992-11-01 at Black & Blue / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Milk Cow Blues 2 Old Original Kokomo Blues 3 Back To The Woods 4 Sagefield Woman Blues 5 Old Black Cat Blues (Jinx Blues) 6 Sissy Man Blues 7 Front ... more
King Of The Bottleneck Guitar 1934-1937 - Kokomo Arnold ... Man Blues
7 Front Door Blues
8 Back Door Blues
9 Twelves (Dirty Dozen)
10 Biscuit Roller Blues
11 Chain Gang Blues
12 How Long Blues
13 Bo Weevil
14 Busy Bootin'
15 Policy Wheel Blues
16 Milk Cow Blues No 4
17 Model T Woman Blues
18 I'll Be Up Someday
19 Mr Charlie
20 Back Fence Picket Blues
21 Wild Water Blues
22 Red Beans And Rice
23 Buddie Brown Blues (Rolling Time)
Newest Review: ... Buffalo and Pittsburgh, he moved south briefly releasing to tracks but it was only in Chicago where his career really began ... more
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by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Whilst I haven't listened to all of blues legend Kokomo Arnold's songs, I'm fairly convinced that this compilation of tunes from 1934 to 37 covers the majority of his good work. By the time James Arnold released his single "Old Original Kokomo Blues" - a song about coffee where he gained the name Kokomo Arnold, he'd already been playing guitar and singing as a part-time job for the best part of a decade in Buffalo and Pittsburgh, he moved south briefly releasing to tracks but it was only in Chicago where his career really began to kick off though. Kokomo Arnold has a distinctly high voice which sounds a bit ridiculous at times but gives some of his ... Read the complete review
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