|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||You Can't Hold Me Back||2||Audio||1974||Casablanca Records|
|2||Feel So Good||10||Audio||1974||Casablanca Records|
|3||Live At The Family Dog||10||Audio||1970||Sunflower Records (4)|
|4||Live At The Family Dog||10||Audio||1970||Sunflower Records (4)|
|5||At The Seven Cities||13||Audio||1963||Seven Cities Records|
|6||Danny Cox's Troost Avenue Blues||4||Audio||2006||Not On Label|
Danny Cox (born 1942) is a folk singer and songwriter best known for his 1974 LP album Feel So Good.
Danny Cox was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and moved to Kansas City, Kansas in 1967. As a youth, he sang in a church choir together with Rudolph Iseley, and in the 1960s he started his professional career performing on a Hootennany Folk Tour.
Cox has recorded albums for ABC Dunhill, Casablanca, MGM and others. He also partnered a company called [a3126627], run by Vanguard Coffee House (K.C.) owner Stan Plesser, who managed the acts of folk rock duo Brewer & Shipley, Southern rock band The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and his own career.
He is now writing jingles and working with children's theaters.