Cozy Powell

Colin Flooks (29 December 1947 – 5 April 1998), better known as Cozy Powell, was an English rock drummer, who made his name with many major rock bands like The Jeff Beck Group, Rainbow, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath.

Read more about Cozy Powell:  Early History, Semi-professional, Isle of Wight 1970 and Jeff Beck, 1972–1974, Rainbow, Motor Racing and TV Appearances, Death, Posthumous Releases, Band Timeline (not Including Session Work)

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Munetaka Higuchi - Career
... In 1998, he produced Cozy Powell Forever ~ Tribute to Cozy Powell, a tribute album to the recently deceased drummer Cozy Powell, very popular in Japan ...
Cozy Powell - Discography - Guest Appearances and Sessions
... Ed Welch – Clowns (1971) Harvey Andrews – A Writer of Songs (1972) Julie Felix – Clotho's Web (1972) Donovan – Cosmic Wheels (1973) Chick Churchill – You and Me (1973) Murray Head – Nigel Lived (1973) Tony Ashton and Jon Lord – First of the Big Bands (1974) Bob Sargeant – The First Starring Role (1974) Peter Sarstedt – Every Word You Say (1975) Various – Peter The Wolf (1976) Hot Chocolate – Fourteen Greatest Hits (1976) Bernie Marsden – And About Time Too (1979) Bernie Marsden – Look at Me Now (1981) Graham Bonnet – Line-Up (1981) Jon Lord – Before I Forget (1982) Robert Plant – Pictures at Eleven (1982) Phenomena – Phenomena (1985) Roger Daltrey – Under a Raging Moon (1985) Boys Don't Cry – Who the Am Dam (1987) Sanne Salomonsen – Sanne Salomonsen (1987) Warlock – Triumph and Agony (1987) Pete York – Super Drumming (1987) Cinderella – Long Cold Winter (1988) James Darby – Southern Region Breakdown (1988) Don Airey – K2 Tales of Triumph and Tragedy (1988) Gary Moore – After the War (1989) Minute By Minute – Timewatch (1989) Ritchie Blackmore – The Connoisseur Collection Vol II (1991) Various – The Music of Jimi Hendrix (1995) Glenn Tipton – Baptizm of Fire (1997) Peter Green Splinter Group – Peter Green Splinter Group (1997) S.A.S ... Band – SAS Band (1997) Yngwie Malmsteen – Facing the Animal (1997) Colin Blunstone – The Light Inside (1998) Tony Martin – Scream (2005) Tipton, Entwistle Powell – Edge of the World (2006) ...
Don Airey - Discography
1974 – Cozy Powell – "Na Na Na" (single) 1976 – Babe Ruth – Kid's Stuff 1976 – Colosseum II – Strange New Flesh 1977 – Colosseum II – Electric Savage ...
Tony Martin (musician) - Black Sabbath Cross Purposes and Forbidden (1993–97)
... In the wake of their departure Iommi then reinstated former members Neil Murray on bass and Cozy Powell on drums, effectively reuniting the TYR line-up. 1995 with openers Motörhead and Tiamat, but two months into the tour, drummer Cozy Powell left the band, citing health issues, and was replaced by former drummer Bobby Rondinelli ... As for the rest of the band, Neil Murray was working with Cozy Powell in Peter Green’s "Splinter Group" (founder of Fleetwood Mac) ...
Dr. May - Career - Solo Work and The Brian May Band
... The line-up for his performance was May (Lead Vocals Lead Guitar), Cozy Powell (Drums Percussion), Mike Moran (Keyboards), Rick Wakeman (Keyboards), Maggie Ryder (Bac ... line-up was May (Lead Vocals and Lead Guitar), Powell (Drums and Percussion), Michael Casswell (Guitar), Neil Murray (Bass), Ryder (Backing vocals), Stockley (Backing vocals) and Thompson (Bac ... The songs included Another World, and featured mainly Spike Edney, Cozy Powell, Neil Murray and Jamie Moses ...

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