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Joe Cocker Is A Mad Dog In 1970

This week in 1970, the single "Cry Me A River" by Joe Cocker top out at #11 on the music charts. The tune was from the great double live album “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” recorded in March of 1970

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45 Years Ago: Joe Cocker’s ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’ Album Released

Forty-five years ago, Joe Cocker laid the groundwork for his '70s stardom when he unveiled his debut album, ‘With a Little Help From My Friends.’ For almost a decade, the Sheffield-born Cocker had been toiling in the trenches -- first under the pseudonym Vance Arnold and later under his own name, fronting cult pub legends the Grease Band. In an era of self-contained bands and singer-songwriters, ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’ bucked the trend in establishing Cocker as one of the most imaginative and distinctive interpretative singers of his generation.

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Wings and Joe Cocker Guitarist Henry McCullough Suffered Brain Damage

Back in November, we learned that Henry McCullough, the guitarist who worked with Joe Cocker and Paul McCartney in Wings, was in critical condition following a serious heart attack. Unfortunately, McCullough's recovery has not gone as well as hoped. This Wednesday (Jan. 30) it was reported that McCullough has suffered brain damage as well.

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Wings and Joe Cocker Guitarist Henry McCullough in Critical Condition After Heart Attack

Musician Henry McCullough, who played with Paul McCartney in Wings in the early '70s and has also worked with famed blues belter Joe Cocker, is in critical condition after suffering a heart attack on Tuesday (Nov. 6).

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Cocker Power – Today’s Vinyl Vault

 

"Cocker Power" was a term circulating the music industry in the early 1970's when Joe Cocker was enjoying immense popularity stemming from his knock-out performance at Woodstock.  Sadly though, he enjoyed just as many belts of booze, which may have cut off the peak years a little early.  Even tho

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High Time For Cocker Power – Today’s Vinyl Vault

One of the most unique blues rock belters of our time, Mr. Joe Cocker on today's Vinyl Vault, dating back to 1972.  It was a weird time during Cocker's long storied career, but most of those stories seem we

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It’s “High Time” for Classic Cocker – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Perhaps one of the best interpreters in the business is Joe Cocker, with his many successes covering other artists tunes.  Two of his biggest that come to mind right away are The Beatles 'With a Little Help F

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Joe Cocker – Blues Rock From “Thee” Blues Rocker – Today’s Vault

1972 was a rough time for Joe Cocker, just beginning his legendary downward slide into substance abuse, when producers nearly had to prop him up at the mic.  He did manage to get out some very good tunes though, and we're getting into one today, unusually deep.  I think of the old Blue Oyste

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Cocker Power on Today’s Vinyl Vault

A Joe Cocker treat for today that dates back nearly 40 years.  An unusually energized track during a time when producers had to prop him up.  Enjoy!  Below, happier times (1969).

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