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Colin Flooks (December 29, 1947 - April 5, 1998), better known as Cozy Powell, was an English rock drummer.

Born in Cirencester, Powell started his musical career with The Sorcerers in 1965. In 1971 he joined the Jeff Beck group for two albums, before going solo then forming Bedlam. His solo single Dance With The Devil reached third place in the UK charts in 1973. Two other top 20 singles followed, as Cozy Powell's Hammer. The following year, Cozy made headlines… read more

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  • Avatar for MusicMagic77
    One of the greatest power drummers of the whole rock history. I'll remember him 'till the end of my life ...
  • Avatar for headgear56
    Such a tragic loss...he was one of the greatest Drummers of all time.
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  • Avatar for Lephrozy
    R.I.P. Cozy.
  • Avatar for LordsOfTheStorm
    Phenomenal drummer, absolutely brilliant performance on Rainbow's 'Rising' album.
  • Avatar for StormBurn
    R.I.P. Cozy...
  • Avatar for epi_gee
    I never knew of his death until today. He made a huge contribution to music. RIP Cozy.
  • Avatar for backtothelight
    13 years ago today. RIP.
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  • Avatar for Dario_Western
    He was brilliant and deserved to have a number one hit with "Dance With The Devil" and "Na Na Na" which sounds a lot like AC/DC. Dance With The Devil was eventually ripped off by Right Said Fred for "I'm Too Sexy" in 1991, but happily he did top the charts playing on the song "The Stonk" by Hale & Pace along with Brian May, Tommy Iommi, Roger Taylor, and Rowan Atkinson.

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