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David Allan Coe
David Allan Coe is one of the popular and finest country music singers of America. He had attained the height of glory in the eras of 1970s and 1980s.
He was born on September 5, 1939 in the town of Akron in Ohio State.
It is up to his credit that he has written and performed more than 280 original songs during his professional career. He has produced some of the great songs by being a songwriter.
There are some of the all time wonderful compositions by him like the songs Would You Lay with Me, originally recorded by Tanya Tucker, and Take this Job and Shove It.
The latter song had been a #1 hit for Johnny Paycheck, and a much hit movie was made at later stage. There are number of songs containing the humor like quality of him. Coe has a natural ability to mingle the details of his personality into the songs.
He promotes himself by making the comparative tones in his lyrics with some of the big stars of country music, in order to prove that he is equal to them. There are many of his songs like Willie, Waylon, and Me, and on the line Johnny Cash helped me get out of prison.
Coe's has released more than twenty-six LPs, during the longer span of his musical career. The highly acclaimed and commercially big hit has the title of Matter of Life... and Death, which was released in the year of 1987.
He has also released a concept album titled Compass Point, which gives an insight into the autobiographical details of the singer.
Coe has also sung as a lead vocal for Rebel Meets Rebel, which is a country-metal band comprising of Coe and Dimebag Darrell, Vinnie Paul, and Rex Brown from Pantera. The self-titled album was recorded between 2001 and 2002, but was not released until after Darrell's death in 2004.
Coe has seen some of the highly difficult times by being into the reform schools and prisons from the early age of 9. He had been under a lot of controversies related to his music and general behavior.
The two of his albums being released in 1978 and 1982 contained lyrics in the extremely vulgar and racially crud style. His attitude towards the racial differences had been highly criticized and sometimes the works of other artists are confused with his.
For example the second album of Coe, named Requiem for a Harlequin, has contained many strong anti-racist and pro-civil rights statements.
It is easily said that he has undoubtedly contributed to the value of country music, by giving some of the best songs and lyrics, but at the same time his controversial behaviors have always created confusion and disliking among many of audiences as well as the critics.
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