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Joe Cocker - The Ultimate Collection 1968-2003 (2003)

26-05-2016, 21:29
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Ultimate Collection 1968-2003
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: EMI
Genre: Blues, Rock
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 02:09:26
Total Size: 300 mb | 868 mb


CD 1
01. [05:04] Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart
02. [04:11] Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright
03. [03:50] Joe Cocker - Summer in the City
04. [04:14] Joe Cocker - You Can Leave Your Hat On
05. [03:56] Joe Cocker - Up Where We Belong
06. [02:42] Joe Cocker - You Are So Beautiful
07. [05:11] Joe Cocker - With a Little Help From My Friends
08. [04:00] Joe Cocker - Cry Me a River (Live)
09. [04:25] Joe Cocker - The Letter (Live)
10. [02:51] Joe Cocker - Delta Lady
11. [03:46] Joe Cocker - Many Rivers to Cross
12. [04:46] Joe Cocker - When the Night Comes
13. [03:26] Joe Cocker - Night Calls
14. [05:10] Joe Cocker - Don't You Love Me Anymore
15. [02:39] Joe Cocker - She Came in Through the Bathroom Window

CD 2
01. [04:15] Joe Cocker - Could You Be Loved
02. [03:53] Joe Cocker - Civilized Man
03. [03:44] Joe Cocker - First We Take Manhattan
04. [04:46] Joe Cocker - The Simple Things
05. [04:41] Joe Cocker - N'oubliez Jamais
06. [04:03] Joe Cocker - That's All I Need to Know Difendero (Live)
07. [04:16] Joe Cocker - Have a Little Faith in Me
08. [05:31] Joe Cocker - Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
09. [04:41] Joe Cocker - Now That the Magic Has Gone
10. [04:03] Joe Cocker - Sweet Lil' Woman
11. [04:42] Joe Cocker - (All I Know) Feels Like Forever
12. [04:31] Joe Cocker - My Father's Son
13. [04:00] Joe Cocker - Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word
14. [04:04] Joe Cocker - Never Tear Us Apart
15. [07:44] Joe Cocker - Ruby Lee

Calling something "The Ultimate Collection" is fraught with problems -- usually of omission. Certainly over these two discs -- containing a total of 30 tracks -- there are plenty of fine moments from some of Joe Cocker's earliest material, such as "The Letter," "With a Little Help From My Friends," "Delta Lady," "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window," etc. Also present are virtually all of his later hits and some that should have been: "Up Where We Belong," "You Are So Beautiful," "Many Rivers to Cross," "Leave Your Hat On," etc. But there's just too much that isn't here. Where are "Bird on a Wire" and "Hitchcock Railway," for starters? Nonetheless, given the length of Cocker's career, this is not an unusual complaint. One thing that is unique about this set -- other than the fine sound -- is the sequencing that crisscrosses over the breadth and chronology of Cocker's discography. There are also a couple of rarities, which would have been OK to leave off in order to include some of the more classic titles. But this is quibbling; Cocker fans will have a good time with this, but it's a safe bet they won't be selling off their original albums/CDs to replace them with this.

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