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Cowley, John (2006) West Indies Blues: an historical overview 1920s-1950s — blues and music from the English-speaking West Indies. In: “Nobody Knows Where the Blues Come From”: Lyrics and History. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, pp. 187-263. ISBN 1934110299
Cowley, John (1994) uBungca (Oxford Bags): Recordings in London of African and West Indian music in the 1920s and 1930s. Musical Traditions (12). pp. 13-26.
Cowley, John (1991) "Take a whiff on me": Leadbelly's Library of Congress recordings 1933-1942. An assessment. Blues and Rhythm (59). pp. 16-20.
Cowley, John (1991) Carnival and other seasonal festivals in the West Indies, U.S.A. and Britain: a selected bibliographical index. Bibliographies in Ethnic Relations, 10 . Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick, Coventry.
Cowley, John (1990) London is the Place: Caribbean Music in the Context of Empire 1900-60. In: Paul Oliver (ed.), Black Music In Britain: Essays on the Afro Asian Contribution to Popular Music. Open University Press, Milton Keynes, pp. 57-76. ISBN 0335152988
Cowley, John West Indian Gramophone Records in Britain: 1927-1950. [Discussion or Working paper]