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  • Performer: Peetie Wheatstraw
  • Title: Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw
  • Genre: Blues
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MPC DMF FLAC ADX AUD TTA RA
  • Released: 1964
  • Style: Country Blues, Chicago Blues, Piano Blues
  • MP3 album: 1456 mb
  • FLAC album: 1507 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 887
Peetie Wheatstraw And Kokomo Arnold - Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw mp3 album

William Bunch (December 21, 1902 – December 21, 1941), known as Peetie Wheatstraw, was an American musician, an influential figure among 1930s blues singers. The only known photograph of him shows him holding a National brand tricone resonator guitar, but he played the piano on most of his recordings. William Bunch was the son of James Bunch and Mary (Burns) Bunch. It has been reported that he was born in Ripley, Tennessee, but it was widely believed that he came from Arkansas

Issued in black sleeve with printed paper label glued to the sleeve front and the right half of the sleeve back, wrapping around the spine. No text on the spine. Liner notes are printed on the right half of the sleeve back in a single column.

Kokomo Arnold (15 February 1901 - 8 November 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 Kokomo brand of coffee. Along with Peetie Wheatstraw and Bumble Bee Slim, he was a dominant figure in Chicago blues circles. His major influence upon modern music is, along with Peetie Wheatstraw, upon the seminal delta blues artist Robert Johnson, a musical contemporary. Arnold's "Milk Cow Blues" was covered by Aerosmith on their 1977 album, Draw the Line; and became "Milk Cow Blues Boogie", as performed by Elvis Presley. In 1938 Arnold left the music industry and began to work in a Chicago factory.

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The best album by Peetie Wheatstraw is Peetie Wheatstraw 1930-1941 which is ranked number 65,238 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 3. Peetie Wheatstraw is ranked number 26,881 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3. Product Details. KOKOMO ARNOLD PEETIE WHEATSTRAW BLUES CLASSIC 4 LP Condition: Used. Time left: 4d 7h 8m 37s. Ships to: Worldwide. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change.

Kokomo Arnold released dozens of records in 30s Chicago, but withdrew in disgust when he found how little he got paid! He never recorded again. Kokomo Arnold Discography. This 20 track collection of Kokomo’s work, from his first efforts as Gitfiddle Jim to his biggest sellers, is remastered to a pretty high standard. BLUES CLASSICS 1. Both Peetie and Kokomo were a big influence on Robert Johnson, who adapted Kokomo’s namesake track as ‘Sweet Home Chicago’; the line ‘Dust my Broom’ is from his ‘Sagefield Woman Blues’; and ‘Milk Cow Blues’ was reworked as ‘Milkcow’s Calf Blues’. Milk Cow’ has also been covered by artists as disparate as Elvis, Aerosmith and Willie Nelson

Kokomo Arnold (James Arnold, Lovejoy's Station, Georgia, February 15, 1901 – Chicago, Illinois, November 8, 1968) was an American blues musician. He got 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 city of Kokomo, Indiana.

Kokomo Arnold died of a heart attack at the age of 67. Some blues pundits have drawn a direct qualitative value between Peetie Wheatstraw and Kokomo Arnold, with Arnold coming out on top. There was a popular re-issue album in the 1960s featuring eight songs by each artist which seemed to support this conclusion. This has no real relevance however; although they were personally acquainted and recorded together, Kokomo Arnold and Peetie Wheatstraw were really working different ends of the 1930s blues spectrum

Tracklist Hide Credits

Blues Classics By Peetie Wheatstraw
A1 Peetie Wheatstraw Peetie Wheatstraw Stomp
Guitar – Unknown Artist
A2 Peetie Wheatstraw Mama's Advice
Guitar – Unknown Artist
A3 Peetie Wheatstraw Ice And Snow Blues
Guitar – Charlie Jordan*
A4 Peetie Wheatstraw Peetie Wheatstraw Stomp #2
Guitar – Unknown Artist
A5 Peetie Wheatstraw Road Tramp Blues
Bass – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown Artist
A6 Peetie Wheatstraw Working On The Project
Guitar – Kokomo Arnold
A7 Peetie Wheatstraw Shack Bully Stomp
Bass – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown Artist
A8 Peetie Wheatstraw Working Man
Guitar – Kokomo Arnold
Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold
B1 Kokomo Arnold Old Original Kokomo Blues
B2 Kokomo Arnold Mean Old Twister
B3 Kokomo Arnold Front Door Blues
B4 Kokomo Arnold Milk Cow Blues
B5 Kokomo Arnold Head Cutting Blues
Piano – Peetie Wheatstraw
B6 Kokomo Arnold Let Your Money Talk
B7 Kokomo Arnold Red Beans And Rice
B8 Kokomo Arnold Stop, Look And Listen
Piano – Unknown Artist

Credits

  • Vocals, Piano – Peetie Wheatstraw (tracks: A1 to A8)
  • Vocals, Steel Guitar – Kokomo Arnold (tracks: B1 to B8)

Notes

Issued in black sleeve with printed paper label glued to the sleeve front and the right half of the sleeve back, wrapping around the spine. No text on the spine. Liner notes are printed on the right half of the sleeve back in a single column.

A2 recorded November, 1930.
A3 recorded September, 1931.
A8 recorded February, 1936.
A1, A4, and A6 recorded March, 1937.
A5 and A7 recorded April, 1938.

B1 and B4 recorded September, 1934.
B3 recorded January, 1935.
B6 recorded April, 1935.
B8 recorded July, 1935.
B2 and B7 recorded March, 1937.
B5 recorded November, 1937.

NOTE: There is a separate version of this release with liner notes printed in three columns and covering the whole of the sleeve back.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): BC 4A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): BC 4B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4, #4, BC 4 Peetie Wheatstraw / Kokomo Arnold Peetie Wheatstraw / Kokomo Arnold - Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw ‎(LP, Comp) Blues Classics, Blues Classics, Blues Classics 4, #4, BC 4 US 1964
BC 4, 4 Kokomo Arnold, Peetie Wheatstraw Kokomo Arnold, Peetie Wheatstraw - Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Blues Classics, Blues Classics BC 4, 4 US Unknown


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