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Joe Cocker has had an ace up his sleeve ever since he exploded into international prominence in 1969. Possessing a gloriously gritty voice and passionate performance style, this perennial blue-eyed soulster has also always displayed unerring taste in the repertoire he records. Heart and Soul is not only no exception to the rule, it may well be the best example of Cocker’s second-nature discernment when it comes to a just-right song. Here Cocker returns to the mother’s milk of his art: timeless R&B classics and well-crafted pop-rock ballads. Cocker digs deep into a song’s tissue, finding himself in the words and music of others. He visits the turf of Aretha Franklin...
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Barnes & Noble - William Pearl
Joe Cocker has had an ace up his sleeve ever since he exploded into international prominence in 1969. Possessing a gloriously gritty voice and passionate performance style, this perennial blue-eyed soulster has also always displayed unerring taste in the repertoire he records. Heart and Soul is not only no exception to the rule, it may well be the best example of Cocker’s second-nature discernment when it comes to a just-right song. Here Cocker returns to the mother’s milk of his art: timeless R&B classics and well-crafted pop-rock ballads. Cocker digs deep into a song’s tissue, finding himself in the words and music of others. He visits the turf of Aretha Franklin (“Chain of Fools”), Paul McCartney (“Maybe I’m Amazed”), and John Lennon (“Jealous Guy”); pays tribute to two recently deceased legends, fellow Anglo belter Robert Palmer (“Every Kind of People”) and Nina Simone (“I Put a Spell on You”); and brings his inimitable magic to contemporary favorites like U2’s “One” and R.E.M.'s “Everybody Hurts.” It’s obvious that all these songs, whatever their vintage, are personal favorites. Assisting the ageless singer in this most heartfelt of projects are two other Brit-rock giants: guitarists Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/12/2004
  • Label: Emi Import
  • UPC: 724386640123
  • Catalog Number: 866401

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Joe Cocker Primary Artist
Bruce Gaitsch Acoustic Guitar
Ray Neapolitan Bass
Lee Sklar Bass
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston Bass, Keyboards
Gene Black Guitar
Shane Fontayne Guitar
Michael Landau Guitar
Dean Parks Guitar, Guitar (Nylon String)
Rafael Padilla Percussion
Nick Lane Trombone
Chris Botti Trumpet
Chris Tedesco Trumpet
Bill Churchville Trumpet
Jerry Goodman Violin, Soloist
Shelly Berg Conductor
Ray Brinker Drums
Vinnie Colaiuta Drums
Jeff Beck Electric Guitar
Jeff Baxter Electric Guitar
Eric Clapton Electric Guitar
Steve Lukather Electric Guitar
Bruce Eskovitz Saxophone
C.C. White Background Vocals
Bernie Barlow Background Vocals
Terry Dexter Background Vocals
Alexander Adhami Santoor
Michael Thompson Guitar
Technical Credits
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston Producer, Engineer, Instrumentation
Marc DeSisto Engineer
Greg Ladanyi Engineer
Joe Cocker Executive Producer
Roger Davies Executive Producer
Ray Neopolitan Executive Producer
Doug Sax Mastering
Robert Hadley Mastering
Jeri Heiden Art Direction
Dave Carlock Pro-Tools
Kevin Harp Pro-Tools
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best in Years

    At last an albumn which showcases Cocker's voice to best effect! As often Cocker has attracted some of the best musicians around to accompany him. The arrangements allow him to work his magic on old standards such as "I Put a Spell on You"( with Eric Clapton) and "I Who Have Nothing".Pure gold Cocker! Suggestion to anyone who could make it possible - collaborative albumn with Joss Stone -two of the most original voices to emerge from England in the last 50 years!

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