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Cub Koda


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Multi-talented musician and songwriter Cub Koda (born October 1948, died July 1, 2000), a native of Manchester, Michigan, founded seminal 1970s rock band Brownsville Station and wrote many hit songs, including “Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room.” While continuing to record and tour all his life, he also had a long career as a music writer. He co-wrote and edited the All Music Guide to the Blues (ISBN 0-87930-736-6) and Blues for Dummies (ISBN 0-7645-5080-2) and put together the CD of blues classics accompanying the latter title, personally selecting the exact version of each song that appeared on it. A complete discography and bibliography is available on the Official Cub Koda Homepage. A biography/obituary is available here; Koda died of complications of diabetes in 2000.

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    Woefully under appreciated. His best LP recording is "That's What I Like About the South" and it's not even found on here! I'd say his estate and Bug Records should get their shit together...RIP Cub!

    29 Nov 2009 Reply

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