1956 - 1959

The Cobra Record Corp. was an independent Chicago R&B and blues label that operated from 1956-1959.

The label was founded by Eli Toscano and Howard Bedno, and launched the recording careers of Chicago blues artists Otis Rush, Magic Sam and Buddy Guy. Dissatisfied with his arrangement with Chess Records, Willie Dixon joined Cobra where served in many capacities, including talent scout, producer, arranger, songwriter, bassist and became the label's artistic vision.

Source: Discogs



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