In Memory of Joe Cocker 1944 - 2014

In Memory of Joe Cocker  1944 - 2014

Joe passes at the age of 70 , Rest in Peace The Sheffield-born singer had a career lasting more than 40 years, with hits including You Are So Beautiful and Up Where We Belong. His agent Barrie Marshall said Cocker, who died after battling lung cancer, was "simply unique". Sir Paul McCartney said he was a lovely guy who "brought so much to the world". Cocker's friend Rick Wakeman, keyboard player for the rock band Yes, called his rendition of With a Little Help From My Friends "sensational" and said: "He had a voice that was just unique." Wakeman told BBC Radio 2: "The great thing is with someone like Joe is what they leave behind, and that will be with us for years and years Here he is one of the most memorable songs 1969 Woodstock, With a Little Help from My Friends

Joe Cocker Greatest Hits -Best Songs Of Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker Greatest Hits -Best Songs Of Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker Greatest Hits -Best Songs Of Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends

Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends

Queen's Golden Jubilee 3 june 2002 Phil Collins - drums Brian May - guitar

Joe Cocker - You are so beautiful (nearly unplugged)

Joe Cocker - You are so beautiful (nearly unplugged)

from a German TV concert (Ohne Filter) in the 90ies. If you like it, look for 'Many rivers to cross' unplugged, from same concert.

Joe Cocker - Noubliez Jamais

Joe Cocker - Noubliez Jamais

Taken from the album 'Across From Midnight' You can buy the album from JB HiFi here: http://bit.ly/1jwEWxU or download it from iTunes here: http://bit.ly/ZIGILE

Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart

Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart

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Joe Cocker - Never Tear Us Apart (LIVE) HD

Joe Cocker - Never Tear Us Apart (LIVE) HD

...live in Cologne 2002... Composer : Andrew Famiss, Michael Hutchence This song is INXS cover The Band: Keyboards - Mick Milo Guitar - Gene Bloch Drums - Jack Bruno Bass - Oneida James Saxophone - Derik Dyer Vocals - Maxine Green Vocals - Amy Keys Lyrics : Don't ask me what you know is true Don't have to tell you I love your precious heart I,I was standing, You were there,two worlds collided And they can never tear us apart We could live for a thousand years But if I hurt you I'd make wine from your tears I told you that we could fly Cause we all have wings But some of us don't know why I,I was standing, You were there,two worlds collided And they could never,ever tear us apart Guitar Solo : Don't ask me what you know is true Don't have to tell you I love your precious heart Oh I,I was standing, But you were there,two worlds collided And they could never tear us apart You...(don't ask) You were standing I was there Two world collided And they could never tear us apart Oh but I,I was standing, You were there,two world collided And they could never,never tear us apart

Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends (Live at Woodstock 1969) [DNSK 2017 Remaster]

Joe Cocker -  With A Little Help From My Friends (Live at Woodstock 1969) [DNSK 2017 Remaster]

"With a Little Help from My Friends" is a song by the Beatles, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney from the album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band issued worldwide in June 1967. The song was written for and sung by the Beatles' drummer Ringo Starr as the character "Billy Shears". The song, paired with "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and featuring "A Day in the Life" as its B-side, was reissued as a single in the U.S. in August 1978 (#71) and in the U.K. in September 1978 (#63). "With a Little Help from My Friends" was ranked No. 311 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. English singer Joe Cocker's version of "With a Little Help from My Friends" was a radical re-arrangement of the original, in a slower, 6/8 meter, using different chords in the middle eight, and a lengthy instrumental introduction (featuring drums by Procol Harum's B.J. Wilson, guitar lines from Jimmy Page, and organ by Tommy Eyre). Cocker performed the song at Woodstock in 1969 and that performance was included in the documentary film, Woodstock. This version gained even more fame when it was used as the opening theme song for the television series The Wonder Years. Cocker's cover was ranked number two in UpVenue's top 10 best music covers of all time in 2009. In 2014, a BBC poll saw it voted the seventh best cover version ever.[22] The version heard in the film Across the Universe segues from the original to Cocker's arrangement at the end of the song. In 2001, Cocker's version of the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart

Joe Cocker - Unchain My Heart

Taken from the album of the same name. You can buy 'Unchain My Heart' from JB HiFi here: http://bit.ly/1jooDDJ or download it from iTunes here: http://bit.ly/Z2TB7s

JOE COKER - you can leave your hat on

JOE COKER - you can leave your hat on

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