Shopping cart

Your shopping cart is empty.

CASEY BILL WELDON - KOKOMO ARNOLD Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the 1930's (180 Gram Vinyl)

$18.00
Genre:
Label:

CASEY BILL WELDON
KOKOMO ARNOLD
BOTTLENECK GUITAR TRENDSETTERS OF THE 1930'S
Yazoo Records was founded in the late 1960s by Nick Perls
Early American blues, country, jazz and other rural American roots genres
Cover by Robert Crumb
MUSICIANS
CASEY BILL WELDON
Blues slide guitar player considered a "Hawaiian" guitarist in his day
Casey Bill Weldon recorded over a hundred records from 1927 to 1938
KOKOMO ARNOLD
American blues-musician Kokomo Arnold was a left handed slide guitarist
He got his nickname in 1934 after releasing "Old Original Kokomo Blues" a song about a brand of coffee for the Decca label
Yazoo 1049
High Quality 180 Gram Vinyl Reissue NEW & SEALED

Tracks:
  • Casey Bill Weldon – You just as well let her go
  • Casey Bill Weldon – Go ahead, buddy
  • Casey Bill Weldon – Lady Doctor Blues
  • Casey Bill Weldon – The big boat
  • Casey Bill Weldon – Hitch me to your buggy and drive me like a mule
  • Casey Bill Weldon – You shouldn't do that
  • Casey Bill Weldon – Back door blues
  • Kokomo Arnold – The twelves (The dirty dozens)
  • Kokomo Arnold – I'll be up someday
  • Kokomo Arnold – Busty bootin'
  • Kokomo Arnold – Sagefield woman blues
  • Kokomo Arnold – Back to the woods
  • Kokomo Arnold – Salty dog
  • Kokomo Arnold – Feels so good