Kokomo Arnold The Complete Recorded Works, Volume 3: 1936-1937
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- Released: May 1, 1996
- Label: Document
- 1.Grass Cutter Blues
- 2.Telephone Blues
- 3.Dark Angel
- 4.Money Tree Man
- 5.Delmar Avenue
- 6.I'm Going Fishing Too
- 7.Three Men
- 8.Shake That Thing
- 9.Try Some Of That
- 10.My Gal's Been Foolin' Me
- 11.Running Drunk Again
- 12.Coffin Blues
- 13.Lonesome Road Blues
- 14.Mister Charlie
- 15.Backfence Picket Blues
- 16.Fool Man Blues
- 17.Long And Tall
- 18.Salty Dog
- 19.Cold Winter Blues
- 20.Sister Jane Cross The Hall
- 21.Wild Water Blues
- 22.Laugh And Grin Blues
Personnel: Kokomo Arnold (vocals, guitar); Alice Moore (vocals); Peetie Wheatstraw (piano).
Personnel: Kokomo Arnold (vocals, guitar); Alice Moore, Mary Johnson , Sam Theard (vocals, accordion); Odell Rand (clarinet); Albert Ammons, Peetie Wheatstraw, Roosevelt Sykes (piano).
Audio Remasterer: Studio Klement.
Liner Note Author: Keith Briggs.
Recording information: 1936-1937.
Another invaluable offering from the blues archivists at Document, Kokomo Arnold's Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1936-1937) compiles 22 performances, recorded between May 1936 and March 1937. Despite the inclusions of a few Arnold classics, including "Dark Angel" and "Wild Water Blues," the disc is a mixed blessing. The combination of a long running time, chronological sequencing, and poor fidelity make for a difficult listen. While serious blues listeners won't have a problem with any of these factors, beginners are advised to look elsewhere first. ~ Thom Owens
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