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Cooper co-founded the band the Blues Committee, an R&B group based on the heady example set by Alexis Korner . Simultaneously, he was playing folk-blues as a solo artist in folk clubs. His first formal recording date was an independently released four-track EP with guitarist Derek Hall , Out of the Shades, titled for an important Reading folk club. Other peers who played the venue included John Renbourn , Bert Jansch , Al Stewart , and Davy Graham . Cooper began opening for a host of traveling American bluesmen as well as British stars of the era. He met fellow folk-blues musician Ian A. Anderson in 1967. Between them, the pair recorded three four-track EPs for the SayDisc label. They released a full album of these tracks as well as new pieces entitled The Inverted World . Though assembled in early 1968, it wasn't released until 1970. His playing had developed exponentially, incorporating a wide variety of Delta and country styles in his technique. He also employed bottleneck slide and lap steel. Cooper traveled England and met many other British musicians, including Michael Chapman , John Martyn , Ralph McTell , and Roy Harper , and wandering American players such as Stefan Grossman , Dave Van Ronk , and "Spider" John Koerner .

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