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Joe Cocker - With a Little Help from My Friends flac album

Performer: Joe Cocker
Title: With a Little Help from My Friends
Style: Blue-Eyed Soul,Rock & Roll,Blues-Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Duration: 45:06
Relesed: April, 1969
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 435
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With a Little Help from My Friends is the debut album by singer Joe Cocker, released in 1969. It was certified gold in the US and peaked at number 35 on the Billboard 200. In the UK, the album charted in May 1972 at number 29 when it was re-released as a double pack with Cocker's second LP Joe Cocker!.

Joe Cocker's debut album holds up extraordinarily well across four decades, the singer's performance bolstered by some very sharp playing, not only by his established Chris Stainton, but also some top-notch session musicians, among them drummer Clem Cattini, Steve Winwood on organ, and guitarists Jimmy Page and Albert Lee, all sitting in. It's Cocker's voice, a soulful rasp of an instrument backed up by Madeline Bell, Sunny Weetman and Rossetta Hightower that carries this album and makes "Change in Louise," "Feeling Alright," ". .

But what kicks this album off is a rendition of Traffic's "Feelin' Alright" in which Cocker reinvented in his own right and became a live classic as well as the title track  . I had this album years ago, a great classic, but there are only two songs I really dig, Little Help From my Friends and Feeling Alright.

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Joe Cocker is only one of two acts who performed at Woodstock to have had a UK hit. The other was Jimi Hendrix, who had a chart topper with "Voodoo Child (Slight Return). The Joe Cocker version was the theme song to the TV series The Wonder Years, starring Fred Savage. Roundabut1983 from Ithaca, NyCorrection: Tommy Eyre played organ on "With a little help from my friends", but was also influenced by Bach. Fisher played on Cocker's cover of Dylan's "Just Like a Woman. Roundabut1983 from Ithaca, NyMathew Fisher (like drummer BJ Wilson, of Procol Harum) played hammond organ (M102) on this track.

Featuring Jimmy Page. Produced by Denny Cordell. Album With a Little Help from My Friends. With a Little Help From My Friends Lyrics. This Lennon & McCartney song became a signature for Joe Cocker after he performed it at Woodstock in 1969. It carries a special soulfulness now, after Cocker’s death. Notice the time signature difference between the original in 4/4 time and Cocker’s in ¾ time. With a Little Help From My Friends" Track Info. Written By Paul McCartney & John Lennon. Release Date May 1, 1990. Cover Of. With a Little Help from My Friends by The Beatles. Cover By. A Little Help From My Friends by Nikki Yanofsky. With a Little Help from My Friends Joe Cocker.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Feelin' Alright Dave Mason Joe Cocker 4:10
2 Bye Bye Blackbird Mort Dixon / Ray Henderson Joe Cocker 3:27
3 Change in Louise Joe Cocker / Chris Stainton Joe Cocker 3:22
4 Marjorine Joe Cocker / Frank Myles / Tom Rattigan / Chris Stainton Joe Cocker 2:38
5 Just Like a Woman Bob Dylan Joe Cocker 5:17
6 Do I Still Figure in Your Life Pete Dello Joe Cocker 3:59
7 Sandpaper Cadillac Joe Cocker / Chris Stainton Joe Cocker 3:16
8 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Bennie Benjamin / Gloria Caldwell / Sol Marcus Joe Cocker 4:41
9 With a Little Help from My Friends John Lennon / Paul McCartney Joe Cocker 5:11
10 I Shall Be Released Bob Dylan Joe Cocker 4:35
11 The New Age of Lily Joe Cocker / Chris Stainton Joe Cocker 2:15
12 Something's Coming On Joe Cocker / Chris Stainton Joe Cocker 2:15


Madeline Bell - Vocals
Bennie Benjamin - Composer
Artie Butler - Piano
Gloria Caldwell - Composer
Clem Cattini - Drums
Merry Clayton - Guest Artist, Vocals
Joe Cocker - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
David Cohen - Guitar
Denny Cordell - Producer
Pete Dello - Composer
Laudir DeOliveira - Percussion
Mort Dixon - Composer
Bob Dylan - Composer
Tommy Eyre - Keyboards
Matthew Fisher - Guest Artist, Organ
Sue Glover - Vocals
Ray Henderson - Composer
Rosetta Hightower - Vocals
Brenda Holloway - Guest Artist, Vocals
Patrice Holloway - Vocals
Paul Humphrey - Drums
Paul Humphries - Drums
Carol Kaye - Bass
Mike Kellie - Drums
Albert Lee - Guest Artist, Guitar
John Lennon - Composer
Sunny Leslie - Vocals
Sol Marcus - Composer
Dave Mason - Composer
Paul McCartney - Composer
Henry McCullough - Guitar
Frank Myles - Composer
Jimmy Page - Guest Artist, Guitar
Tom Rattigan - Composer
Kenny Slade - Drums
Chris Stainton - Bass, Composer, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Organ, Piano
Tony Visconti - Guitar, Mixing
Sunny Wheetman - Vocals
B.J. Wilson - Drums, Guest Artist
Steve Winwood - Guest Artist, Keyboards
Reviews (3)
One of the most artful albums of the era. Every cover Joe did here, he either equaled or surpassed. This album makes the argument for Joe being the greatest white soul singer. Every track is orgeous and heartfelt.

I just revisited this great record on a nice drive in my old Buick , it is just fabulous music- the title cover actually rivals the Beatles because it is hard to believe that the song should be done any other way than Cockers' way , now that's remarkable in itself. The other covers are all consistently good and have his signature sound- a true staple of his time that really became timeless.

As close to perfection that an album of this era can get. An astonishing accomplishment. Every song still holds up; the arrangements and musicianship are inconceivably compelling. And who did those amazing arrangements? I would guess that Joe and Chris Stainton (his almost lifetime sidekick) did it themselves----they wrote three of the songs on this record, and those arrangements fit harmoniously with the covers; Cocker, known almost exclusively for covering songs subsequent to this album, contributed heavily to this effort). I will never forget the time and place I first heard this, in 1969. The guy that came up the steps and into the room that night also held Led Zeppelin's first album in his hands. Five of us gathered 'round and listened to these two records, We knew greatness, felt deep awe and infinite appreciation.

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