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Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishmen

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Joe Cocker

Label: A&M Records
Released: 2001
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Track Listing

Introduction; Honky Tonk Women; Sticks and Stones; Cry Me a River; Bird on the Wire; Superstar; Let's Go Get Stoned; Blue Medley: a. I'll Drown in My Own Tears; b. When Something Is Wrong with My Baby; c. I've Been Loving You Too Long; Girl from the North Country; Give Peace a Chance; She Came in Through the Bathroom Window; Space Captain; The Letter; Delta Lady.

Personnel

Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Joe Cocker: lead vocals; Don Preston: guitar, vocals; Leon Russell: guitar, piano, vocals; Carl Radle: bass; Chris Stainton: keyboards; Jim Gordon: drums; Chuck Blackwell: drums; Jim Keltner: drums; Sandy Konikoff: drums; Bobby Keys: saxophones; Trumpet: Jim Price: trumpet; Rita Coolidge, Donna Washburn, Claudia Lennear, Denny Cordell, Daniel Moore, Pamela Polland, Matthew Moore, Nicole Barclay, Bobby Jones: background vocals.


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