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Kokomo Arnold - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 (17 May 1930 To 15 March 1935) Album

  • Performer: Kokomo Arnold
  • Album: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 (17 May 1930 To 15 March 1935)
  • MP3: 1350 mb | FLAC: 2496 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Country Blues
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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  • Category: Blues
Kokomo Arnold - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 (17 May 1930 To 15 March 1935) Album

Tracklist

Kokomo ArnoldSissy Man Blues3:07
Gitfiddle JimPaddlin' Madeline Blues3:16
Kokomo ArnoldSlop Jar Blues2:57
Kokomo ArnoldBack Door Blues3:22
Kokomo ArnoldBlack Money Blues3:03
Kokomo ArnoldFront Door Blues (32 20 Blues)3:20
Gitfiddle JimRainy Night Blues2:55
Kokomo ArnoldBiscuit Roller Blues3:10
Kokomo ArnoldThings 'Bout Coming My Way2:44
Kokomo ArnoldOld Original Kokomo Blues2:50
Kokomo ArnoldBack To The Woods3:03
Kokomo ArnoldThe Twelves (Dirty Dozens)3:09
Kokomo ArnoldOld Black Cat Blues (Jinx Blues)3:20
Kokomo ArnoldMilk Cow Blues - No. 23:05
Kokomo ArnoldFeels So Good3:12
Kokomo ArnoldHobo Blues3:09
Kokomo ArnoldMonday Morning Blues3:01
Kokomo ArnoldLonesome Southern Blues3:02
Kokomo ArnoldChain Gang Blues3:02
Kokomo ArnoldSagefield Woman Blues3:01
Kokomo ArnoldHow Long, How Long Blues3:10
Kokomo ArnoldMilk Cow Blues3:07
Kokomo ArnoldYou Should Not A'Done It (Gettin' It Fixed)3:13
Kokomo ArnoldBlack Annie2:58

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DOCD-5037Kokomo Arnold Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 (17 May 1930 To 15 March 1935) ‎(CD, Comp, RM)Document Records DOCD-5037Austria1991
DOCD-5037Kokomo Arnold The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order: Volume 1 (17 May 1930 To 15 March 1935) ‎(CDr, Comp, RE, RM)Document Records DOCD-5037Europe2007

Album

Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol. 1 1935-1941 - Big Joe Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Kokomo Arnold. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 features the singerguitarist on two songs from 1930 recorded in Memphis, TN, as Gitfiddle Jim and then the first 22 selections that he cut in Chicago during 1934-1935, two of which were previously unreleased. Best known is Milk Cow Blues, but the memorable and sometimes haunting blues singer also performs such numbers as Old Original Kokomo Blues, Front Door Blues, Back Door Blues, Chain Gang Blues, and Hobo Blues. Blues collectors will definitely want all four CDs in this perfectly done series. Milk Cow Blues Lyrics. Kokomo Arnold Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965. Listen free to Kokomo Arnold Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 17 May 1930 to 15 March 1935 Rainy Night Blues, Paddlin' Madeline Blues and more. 24 tracks 74:52. Play album. Kokomo Arnold James Arnold, Lovejoy's Station, Georgia, February 15, 1901 Chicago, Illinois, November 8, 1968 was an American blues musician. A left-handed slide guitarist, his int read more. Down and Out Blues Agram, 1990. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order 19301938, vols. 14 Document, 1991. King of the Bottleneck Guitar 19341937 Black & Blue, 1991. Blues Classics, vol. 1 Wolf, 1997. Old Original Kokomo Blues P-Vine, 1997. Old Original Kokomo Blues 19341938 EMP, 1998. a b Briggs, Keith 1991. Kokomo Arnold, Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 May 17, 1930 to March 15, 1935. Document Records. a b c d Russell, Tony 1997. Release group information. Artist: Kokomo Arnold. Type: Album Compilation. Last updated on 2012-05-15 19:01 UTC. Donate Wiki Forums IRC Bug Tracker Blog Twitter Use beta site Running: production 8ad15d7222. Brought to you by MetaBrainz Foundation and our sponsors and supporters. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, 1933-1935 - Curley Weaver. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, 1933-1935. 4 songs mixed from the album Complete Recorded Works Vol. 1 1930-1935 by Kokomo Arnold. 2020 г. Vintage blues featuring Sissy Man Blues 4 songs mixed from the album Complete Recorded Works Vol. 1 1930-1935 by Kokomo Walter Davis Vol. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Red Cross Blues. acoustic blues 2 album 2 blues 2 cdcollection 1 chicago blues 2 compilation 2 country blues 2 music 2 pre-war blues 2 slide guitar blues 2 to-listen 1. Member recommendations. Will you like it. Series with order. Canonical title. Original title. Alternative titles. Original publication date. Important places

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Bootlegger Blues. Kokomo Arnold. Restored & Remastered Hits. 2014 Remastered. ABC Of The Blues, Vol. Kokomo Arnold, Vol. A as in Arnold, Kokomo, Vol. Blues Legends: Kokomo Arnold. 2012 Remastered. The Very Best Of Kokomo Arnold. Music & Highlights: Blues Across America. Kokomo Arnold Фото исполнителя Kokomo Arnold. United States. Джеймс Кокомо Арнольд James 'Kokomo' Arnold, 15 февраля 1901 г. в Лавджой-Стейшн Lovejoy Station, Georgia, ум. 8 ноября 1968 г. в Чикаго Chicago, Иллинойс. Кокомо Арнольд, леворукий блюзовый слайд-гитарист, научился основам своего стиля у своего двоюродного брата Джеймса Уиггза James Wigges. Поработав на сталелитейных заводах в Иллинойсе и Пеннсильвании, он посвятил себя рыбной ловле и самогоноварению и на занятия музыкой смотрел как на увлечение, побочное по отношению к реальной жизни. Listen to music from Kokomo Arnold like Back Door Blues, Milk Cow Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kokomo Arnold. Kokomo Arnold James Arnold, Lovejoy's Station, Georgia, February 15, 1901 Chicago, Illinois, November 8, 1968 was an American blues musician. A left-handed slide guitarist, his intense slide style of playing and rapid-fire vocal style set him apart from his contemporaries. He got his read more. Various artists. James Kokomo Arnold February 15, 1896 or 1901 November 8, 1968 was an American blues musician. A left-handed slide guitarist, his intense style of playing and rapid-fire vocal delivery set him apart from his contemporaries. He got his nickname in 1934 after releasing Old Original Kokomo Blues for Decca Records, a cover version of Scrapper Blackwell's blues song about the city of Kokomo, Indiana. The Very Best Of Kokomo Arnold - Kokomo Arnold. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Kokomo Arnold James Arnold aka Gitfiddle Jim b. February 15, 1901 in Lovejoy's Station 1896 in Jonesboro, Clayton County, Georgia d. November 8, 1968 dead on arrival at Provident Hospital in Chicago, Illinois buried at Burr Oak Cemetery 4400 W. 127th Street, Alsip, Illinois, section Acacia Lawn, lot 323, grave 5 discography. KOKOMO ARNOLD - Old Black Cat Blues Jinx Blues C-9653-A youtube - Sissy Man Blues C-9654-A youtube rec. January 15, 1935 in Chicago, IL Kokomo Arnold, voc, g. Decca 7050. All The Good-Time Music From The Good Old Days . During prohibition, Kokomo Arnold worked primarily as a bootlegger, and performing music was a only sideline to him. He was also well-known as a live performer as well, appearing mainly in Chicago, but also on at least a couple of occasions in New York. Some of Kokomo Arnold's songs proved highly influential on other musicians. His first issued coupling on Decca 7026 paired Old Original Kokomo Blues with Milk Cow Blues. As for Kokomo Arnold himself, he quit the music business in disgust in 1938 and went into factory work in Chicago. Unlimited free Kokomo Arnold music - Click to play Milk Cow Blues, Old Original Kokomo Blues and whatever else you want Kokomo Arnold February 15, 1901 November 8, 1968 was an American blues musician. Born James Arn. Kokomo Arnold February 15, 1901 November 8, 1968 was an American blues musician. Born James Arnold in Lovejoy's Station, Georgia, Arnold received his nickname in 1934 after releasing Old Original Kokomo Blues for the Decca label it was a cover of the Scrapper Blackwell blues song about the town of Kokomo in Indiana. A left-handed slid Read More