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Pradinis puslapis A Kokomo Arnold - Chicago Blues
Kokomo Arnold - Chicago Blues
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Kokomo Arnold (1901 vasario 15 — 1968 lapkričio 8) Amerikos bliuzo muzikantas. Tikrasis vardas James Arnold. Gimė Lovejoy’s Station, Georgia. Arnoldas savo sveninį vardą Kokomo įsigijo po dainos “Old Original Kokomo Blues” išleidimo 1934-taisiais Decca leidykloje; Daina buvo Scrapper Blackwell bliuzo apie Kokomo kavą koveris. Kokomo Arnoldas - kairiarankis gitaristas, kurio gitaros intensyvus slide stilius ir greitas ugningas dainavimas leido jam išlikti įdomiu iki šių laikų, daugeliui bliuzo gerbėjų.

Career

Having learned the basics of the guitar from his cousin, John Wiggs, Arnold began playing in the early 1920s as a sideline while he worked as a farmhand in Buffalo, New York, and as a steelworker in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1929 he moved to Chicago and set up a bootlegging business, an activity he continued throughout Prohibition. In 1930 Arnold moved south briefly, and made his first recordings, "Rainy Night Blues" and "Paddlin' Madeline Blues", under the name Gitfiddle Jim for the Victor label in Memphis, Tennessee. He soon moved back to the bootlegging center of Chicago, though he was forced to make a living as a musician after the ratification of the Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution ending Prohibition in 1933. Kansas Joe McCoy heard him and introduced him to Mayo Williams who was producing records for Decca.

From his first recording for Decca on 10 September 1934 until his last on 12 May 1938, Arnold made eighty-eight sides, seven of which remain lost. 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. Johnson turned "Old Original Kokomo Blues" into "Sweet Home Chicago", while another Arnold song, "Sagefield Woman Blues", introduced the terminology "dust my broom", which Johnson used as a song title himself.

Arnold's "Milk Cow Blues" was covered by Elvis Presley (as "Milk Cow Blues Boogie") at the Sun Studios produced by Sam Phillips and was issued as one of his early singles. Aerosmith also coverd "Milk Cow Blues" on their 1977 album, Draw the Line. Another version came in 1992 by George Strait.

In 1938 Arnold left the music industry and began to work in a Chicago factory. Rediscovered by blues researchers in 1962, he showed no enthusiasm for returning to music to take advantage of the new explosion of interest in the blues among young white audiences.

He died of a heart attack in Chicago at the age of sixty-seven in 1968, and Was buried in the Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, Illinois.

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