The Twelves (Dirty Dozens) - Kokomo Arnold - King Of The Bottleneck Guitar (1934-1937) (CD)

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  1. Jan 23,  · Kokomo ARNOLD - King Of The Bottleneck Guitar () Blues James "Kokomo" Arnold (James 'Kokomo' Arnold), February 15, , in Lovejoy-Station (Lovejoy Station), Georgia, mind. November 8, , in Chicago (Chicago), Illinois. Kokomo Arnold, sinistral bluesy slide-guitar player, learned the basics of his style from his cousin James Uiggza (James Wigges).
  2. Kokomo Arnold discography and songs: Music profile for Kokomo Arnold, born 15 February Genres: Country Blues, Blues, Acoustic Blues. Albums include Milk Cow Blues / Old Original Kokomo Blues, Down in the Basement: Joe Bussard's Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s , and Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the s.
  3. Kokomo Arnold (February 15, – November 8, ) was an American blues musician. Born as James Arnold in Lovejoy's Station, Georgia, he got his nickname in after releasing "Old Original Kokomo Blues" for the Decca label; it was a cover of the Scrapper Blackwell blues song about the city of Kokomo, Indiana.
  4. The Twelves (Dirty Dozen) Lyrics: Says I want everybody, fall in line / Shake your shimmy, like I'm shaking mine / You shake your shimmy, shake it fast / If you can't shake your shimmy, shake your.
  5. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Palace Of King Philip XIV Of Spain: 15 – Charley Patton: A Spoonful Blues: 16 – Willie Harris: Never Drive A Stranger From Your Door: 17 – Hambone Willie Newbern: Roll & Tumble Blues: 18 – Kokomo Arnold: The Twelves (Dirty Dozens) 19 – Martin Simpson: I Can't Keep From.
  6. Jun 04,  · Kokomo Arnold / King of the bottleneck guitar Used drive: PLEXTOR DVDR PXA (revision ) Use cdparanoia mode: YES (CDParanoia III engine) Disable audio cache: OK for the drive with cache less than KB Make use of C2 pointers: NO Read offset correction: 30 Max retry count: TOC of the extracted CD.
  7. The Twelves (The Dirty Dozens) The Twelves (The Dirty Dozens) Listen Now Buy: £ This back to back sampling of Casey Bill Weldon and Kokomo Arnold is an essential blues cd. Material by both these artists is pretty scarce, and this cd offers a fine selection from both of these masters of the bottleneck blues guitar, and the vocals 5/5(7).
  8. The Hawaiian guitar influence can be heard to good effect in the playing of Casey Bill Weldon, Oscar Woods, the Black Ace and Kokomo Arnold. It was a style performed flat across the player’s knees as he slides a steel bar along the strings, producing glissando or vibrato effects.
  9. May 30,  · bottleneck-playing cultivated great variety and skill, from the Hawaiian-influenced guitar style of Casey Bill Weldon to the twelve-string guitar brilliance of Blind Willie McTell and the gospel playing of Blind Willie Johnson. Muddy Waters was born in Rolling Folk, Mississippi, in , and is widely acknowledged as the ‘King of Chicago.

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