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Bill Cox


b. 4 August 1897, Kanawha Region, Kentucky, USA. d. 10 Dec 1968, USA. Referred to as the Dixie Songbird, Cox produced many recordings, mainly for Conqueror Information. Unusually, and on the other hand with his apparently inoffensive nickname, a lot of Cox’s tracks carried contemporary sociable, cultural and politics comment. Other tracks were more expected ballads plus some also included religious communications. Among his recordings are ‘When THE LADIES ENTER Power’/‘Barefoot Son With Footwear On’, ‘House In Sunlit Valley’/‘The Model Chapel’, ‘The Trial Of Bruno Richard Hauptmann’, ‘Destiny Of Will Rogers And Wiley Post’/‘Will And Wiley’s Last Trip’, ‘Democratic Donkey IS WITHIN His Stall Once again’/‘Franklin Roosevelt’s Back again Once again’, ‘Response To What CAN YOU SURRENDER Exchange AND ALSO THE Spirit’/‘The Golden Teach’, ‘Don’t Make Me HEAD TO Bed’/‘I Still Write Your Name WITHIN THE Fine sand’, ‘Oh Lovely Mama’/‘Didi-Wa Didi’, ‘The Fight Axe AS WELL AS THE Devil’/‘Dang My Pop-Eyed Spirit’.

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Full Name Bill Cox
Profession Lawyer
Albums Rough and Rowdy Hillbilly of the 1930's Vol. 2, Mountain Blues, Vol. A

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