CD CLASSICS A&M US CD 2503
1987 13 TRK Collection (mostly, if not all, 70's recordings)
LP COCKER HAPPY (Collection) FLY
1970 12 TRK Collection
7" CRY ME A RIVER / GIVE PEACE A CHANCE A&M US AM-1200-S
1971? 2 TRKS with pic sleeve
CD GREATEST HITS A&M US CD 3257
1987 12 TRK Collection (70's recordings)
CD JOE COCKER A&M US CD 3326
1969 10 TRKS ('86 issue) 2nd album
LP JOE COCKER REGAL ZO
1970 10 TRKS
LP LIVE IN
1972 9 TRKS Live, '76 issue
CDx2 MAD DOGS & ENGLISHMEN A&M US 6002.2
1970 19 TRKS Live – so, this isn’t a re-master, but it has more songs? Or just different indexing?
LPx2 MAD DOGS & ENGLISHMEN A&M DE 80813 XT
1970 14 TRKS Live
7" MARJORINE / NEW AGE OF THE LILLY, THE REGAL ZO
1968 2 TRKS no pic sleeve
CD MILLENNIUM COLLECTION A&M US 541606.2
2000 11 TRK Collection
CD WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS A&M US 490419.2
1969 12 TRKS ('99 issue) (2 x bonus tracks) 1st album
LP WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS CUBE DE INT 136.305
1969 10 TRKS re-issue, 1st album
7" WOMAN TO WOMAN / MIDNIGHT RIDER CUBE
1972 2 TRKS no pic sleeve
I don’t remember if I first saw or heard of Joe Cocker via the
The new century is moving forward, Mr. Cocker is still alive – and the newest record by him that I can fully support is his ’72 song “Woman to Woman”, which I heard played a lot at the time. Which album is it on? I’m not sure that I have that one.
I never saw the “Mad Dogs & Englishmen” film at the time – I believe my intro to Leon Russell was either hearing him with Joe Cocker or in the Bangla Desh film. Certainly by ’72, Mr. Russell had “Tightrope” on the radio – and he came into his own in a very mainstream yet acceptable way. And I have a legit DVD of the “Mad Dogs…” film.
Hip-O Select, a custom label of Universal – has released a 6CD set of the concerts that the 2LP/2CD of “Mad Dogs & Englishmen” was culled from. $60. I wonder if I’ll find a cheap one of those in a used bin somewhere? They’re also finally re-releasing the CD of “Joe Cocker!”, his 2nd album – but no bonus tracks (the re-issue of his debut, “With A Little Help From My Friends” has 2 x cool bonus tracks). And Mr. Cocker is a “Millennium Collection” artist – so can I get rid of the other two collections I have on CD? I definitely want to keep “Woman to Woman” on both vinyl and CD (and I don’t think it’s on the “Millennium Collection”).