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Cotton-Eye Joe is a traditional American country folk song popular at various times throughout the United States and Canada, although today it is most commonly associated with the American South. In the Roud index of folksongs it is No. "Cotton-Eye Joe" has inspired both a partner dance and more than one line. The song Cotton Eyed Joe was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded and released by Dyke's Magic City Trio in It was covered by Darcie Deaville, Debby McClatchy, Charlie McCoy and 10 others. 11 Jul Drawing heavily on her own childhood experiences on her father's plantation, the novel gives credence to what most experts now hold as fact: "Cotton-Eyed Joe" originated with black slaves well before the Civil War. Pyrnelle's version describes the titular character as an ugly man ("His eyes wuz crossed.
Download Now on Beatport. Selective list of recorded versions. Bill Monroe and his blue grass boys, on the album Off the Record (); Bob Wills; Burl Ives, on the album The Wayfaring Stranger (, ); Al Dean & the All-Stars (); Karen Dalton, on the album Cotton Eyed Joe (recorded , released ); Terry Callier from the album, The. Answered Mar 9, · Author has 56 answers and k answer views. Unknown writer. Song from before the US Civil War (). See wikipedia: Cotton-Eyed Joe. Views. Cora Shafer, works at The Game Of Life. Answered Mar 26, The song Cotton Eyed Joe was written by a Swedish Techno/Folk/ Bluegrass.
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