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Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Virginia-born gospel and blues singer Clarence Cooper is one of the oft-overlooked figures in the late-'50s/early-'60s folk music boom. He began his recording career in the '50s, with a 10" album on the Elektra label entitled Goin' Down the Road, recorded in 1954, and later appeared on the label's New Folk Sampler with his rendition of "The Erie Canal." In 1957, Cooper was recruited into the ranks of the folk trio the Tarriers as the successor to Alan Arkin, who had left to pursue his acting career...
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