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It features hit singles "You Can Leave Your Hat On" and "Don't You Love Me Anymore", the first made popular after its use in the famous striptease scene in the film 9 1/2 Weeks. Released as a single, Cocker's version of the song peaked at No. 35 on Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. The album also features rendition of Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues", a Motown legend's classic lament to urban decay.
La traccia You Can Leave Your Hat On (cover di una canzone di Randy Newman), è stata utilizzata nel film 9 settimane e ½ (1986) diretto da Adrian Lyne. Shelter Me (Nick DiStefano) - 5:36. A to Z (Tom Kimmel) - 4:21. Don't You Love Me Anymore (Albert Hammond, Diane Warren) - 5:25. Living Without Your Love (Michael Bolton, Doug James) - 4:09. Don't Drink the Water (Richard Feldman, Pat Robinson) - 3:25.
This Joe Cocker discography lists the recordings plus live appearances of John Robert "Joe" Cocker, OBE (20 May 1944 - 22 December 2014), the English rock/blues musician, composer and actor who came to popularity in the 1960s, and was most known for his gritty voice, his idiosyncratic arm movements while performing, and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of The Beatles.
Joe Cocker: все альбомы, включая Joe Cocker, The Album Recordings: 1984-2007, The Life of a Man - The Ultimate Hits 1968 - 2013 и другие. Fire It Up. Joe Cocker. Luxury You Can Afford. The Ultimate Collection 1968-2003.
Joe Cocker is the third studio album by Joe Cocker, released in 1972 in Europe as Something to Say on Cube Records, and in the USA as Joe Cocker on A&M Records. It contains the hit single "High Time We Went", that was released in the summer of 1971. Joe Cocker signalled Cocker's change of direction into a more jazzy, blues style. The album reached no. 30 in the US album charts. However, although it received a positive response from the press, it made no impression on the British and European charts
Joe Cocker is the third studio album by Joe Cocker, released in 1972 in Europe as Something to Say on Cube Records, and in the USA as Joe Cocker on A&M Records. It's an unusual LP among Joe Cocker albums, in that he wrote the lyrics to six songs. All of them were co-written with Chris Stainton between 1969 and 1972. Only five were written with Stainton, as "Something To Say" was written with Nichols. However, the album's main claim to fame might be that one of its tracks, "Woman to Woman", was the basis for Tupac Shakur's successful hit single "California Love".
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Title: Pardon Me Sir
Title: Live In L.A.
Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop
Title: Classic Cocker
Title: The Best Of Joe Cocker (Feelin' Alright)
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: With A Little Help From My Friends - Live (radio-edit)
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Cocker Happy
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Blues
Title: Across From Midnight
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Fun Time
Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul
Title: Woman To Woman
Title: Black-Eyed Blues