Joe Cocker. The Life of a Man. Out Now.
March 10, 2017
Joe Cocker’s ‘The Life Of A Man – The Ultimate Hits 1968–2013’ is out now.
Born in Sheffield in 1944, Joe Cocker became one of the most individual, significant voices in rock, bring his own inimitable style to countless classics, playing with all manner of legendary artists and being one of the few British acts to make a splash at the epochal Woodstock festival in 1969.
This lovingly curated collection is not just a list of indisputable classics, but a fitting final curtain call for an artist loved and missed.
“He was a lovely northern lad who I loved a lot, and like many people I loved his singing.” – Paul McCartney
“His gritty, powerful voice remains one of the most distinctive in rock & roll.” – Rolling Stone.
1. With a Little Help from My Friends
2. Up Where We Belong (An Officer and a Gentleman Soundtrack Version)
3. Many Rivers to Cross
4. You Are So Beautiful (Album Version)
5. You Can Leave Your Hat On
6. Delta Lady
7. The Letter (Live)
8. Cry Me a River (Live)
9. Unchain My Heart
10. Woman to Woman
11. The Simple Things
12. Summer in the City
13. Fire It Up
14. Feelin’ Alright
15. Come Together
16. When the Night Comes
17. I Come in Peace
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