Carl Cotton

Carl Cotton

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Death 14 Sep 2003 (aged 47)
Burial Redford, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
Memorial ID 7871624 · View Source
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Rock/Blues Musician. Cotton was a member of the musical group, 'Enchantment.' The group was formed orinally in 1967 in Detroit, Michigan, and members included, David Banks, Ed 'Mickey' Clanton, Joe Thomas, Bobby Green, Emanuel Johnson and later Cotton. There hits include, 'I Know Your Hot Spot,' 'Enchanted Lady,' 'Toe Jammin,' 'I Can't Forget You,' ' 'Adora,' 'Only You,' 'Your Love Is Like A Melody,' 'Peace Is What The World Needs,' ''Give It Up,' 'Come Be My Lover,' 'Lovestruck,' 'Here's Your Chance,' 'Don't Fight The Feeling,' 'Somebody's Loving You,' 'Get It White It's Hot,' 'and 'Gotta Find A Love.' In 1981 he also sang backup vocals for the likes of Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. He was shot and killed after an altercation with a man outside a party store in Detroit, Michigan, on September 14, 2003. A man was later arrested and identified as Cotton's barber.


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  • Added: 16 Sep 2003
  • Find A Grave Memorial 7871624
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Carl Cotton (20 Dec 1955–14 Sep 2003), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7871624, citing Detroit Memorial Park West, Redford, Wayne County, Michigan, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .