1968: Terry Callier on the album, The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier. 1976: Leona Williams on the album, San Quentin's First Lady. 1976: The Country Roland Band. In August 1994, Swedish Eurodance group Rednex covered the song as "Cotton Eye Joe" for their album Sex & Violins, combining their style with traditional American instruments, such as banjos, and fiddles. In 2002, "Cotton Eye Joe" was remixed in a dance version, and was released from Rednex's greatest hits album, The Best of the West
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Al Dean plays for Urban Cowboys. Matrix, Runout (A-side ): TI-70456 PLD-2004-A. Matrix, Runout (B-side ): TI-70456 PLD-2004-B. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Mr. Cotton Eyed Joe (LP, Album).
During the first half of the twentieth century the song was a widely known folk song all over English-speaking North America. Cotton-Eyed Joe. A 1939 recording of the folk song. 1960: Walter Brennan. 1968: Terry Callier on the album, The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier.
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Al Dean (born Albert Dean Callaway) was known as Mr. Cotton Eyed Joe. He died in 2016 at the age of 85. Early days Al Dean grew up deep in South Texas near the small town of Freer where most peop. oastalcrone. Kathie Capeheart Keys added 11 new photos to the album South Texas Music Walk of Fame - with Rick Maguglin and 4 others.