James B. Cobb Jr.

Real Name:
James Barney Cobb, Jr.
US southern rock guitarist and songwriter known as J. R. Cobb. Born 5 February 1944 in Birmingham, Alabama. Died 4 May 2019.

He has played with the The Classics IV and joined Atlanta Rhythm Section in early 1972, staying till 1986. He's notable for co-writing "Spooky" and "Stormy", among others, as a member of the Classics IV, plus "Champagne Jam" and "Do It Or Die", among others, as a member of ARS. He was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 1993, and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in 1997, where he received the Music Creator's Award.
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Singles & EPs

Buie* & Cobb* Buie* & Cobb* - Don't Tell The Folks In Memphis (Single) Capitol Records Canada 1969 Sell This Version


STCD-0015 J. R.* I Wish You Could Have Known Me When I Still Had A Heart(CD, Promo) Southern Tracks Records STCD-0015 US Unknown Sell This Version