Joe Cocker

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  • classic rock
  • blues
  • rock
  • blues rock
  • soul
Joe Cocker OBE (born 20 May 1944) is an english rock/blues singer who came to popularity in the 1960s, and is most known for his gritty voice, reminiscent of Eric Burdon, and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of The Beatles. Joe Cocker was born in Sheffield, England, the youngest son of a civil servant. In 1961 Joe by day, worked as an apprentice gas fitter and by night, in dark suit and bow tie, became Vance Arnold singing with The Avengers in rough Sheffield pubs. The set included songs by mentor Ray Charles "What'd I Say" and "Georgia On My Mind.

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Hymn for My Soul (2007)
Sheffield Steel (2004)
Respect Yourself (2002)
Across From Midnight (1997)
Organic (1996)
Have a Little Faith (1994)
Night Calls (1991)
One Night of Sin (1989)
Unchain My Heart (1987)
Civilized Man (1984)
Stingray (1976)
Jamaica Say You Will (1975)
I Can Stand a Little Rain (1974)
Joe Cocker (1972)
Joe Cocker! (1969)
With a Little Help From My Friends (1969)
Edição Limitada Gold
Bild Hits 2000 [CD 2]
Blues & Ballads
Fire It Up
Hard Knocks
Heart & Soul
In the Studio
Luxury You Can Afford
No Ordinary World
Something to Say
Star Profile
The Most of Joe Cocker
The Ultimate 60's Collection [Disc 2]
The Very Best of Joe Cocker
Woodstock 40 CD2


Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (1996)
Let the Healing Begin (1994)
Now That the Magic Has Gone (1992)
Inner City Blues (single edit) (1989)
Ruby Lee (1982)
Threw It All Away (1980)
With a Little Help From My Friends / Something's Coming On (1968)
N'oubliez jamais
Summer in the City
The Story Of... With a Little Help From My Friends