John Cox | Woogie Boogie

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Woogie Boogie

by John Cox

Acoustic based melodic songs with a modern edge
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Apollo
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2. Got Me Wrong
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3. Birds in the Sewer
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4. Where Do You Stand Now?
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5. Mirror
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6. Heavy Heart
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7. Wasted
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8. Hooked On You
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9. Sentences
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10. Too Drunk to Stop the Car
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'Woogie Boogie' is the third album from Cox. 10 very engaging, soulful songs - a live acoustic feel with a modern, experimental approach to the production.

Mainly based around the core of John's voice and acoustic guitar with Dave Hughes on cajon (an ethnic percussive box instrument!), he adds backing vocals from Emma Fee on 'Apollo' & 'Birds in the Sewer', and backing vocals from Rebecca Robyns on 'Heavy Heart'. Pete Cox provides electric guitars on 'Wasted' and 'Sentences', Adam Fee electric guitar on 'Where do you stand now?' and Dave Whatt lead acoustic guitar on 'Heavy Heart'.

Recorded in his own 'Cupboard' studio in Hull, UK during December 2012 & January 2013 - a highlight of the album, 'Birds in the Sewer' is already proving to be a local BBC Radio favorite. (this written 6th February 2013)


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