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Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker (1972)


Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker (1972)


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Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker

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Side One

"Pardon Me Sir" – 3:17

"High Time We Went" – 4:25

"She Don't Mind" – 3:13

"Black-Eyed Blues" – 4:37

"Something to Say" (Joe Cocker, Peter Nichols) – 5:00


Side Two

"Midnight Rider" (Gregg Allman, Robert Payne) – 4:00

"Do Right Woman" (live) (Dan Penn, Chips Moman) – 7:00

"Woman to Woman" – 4:26

"St. James Infirmary" (live) (Frey Assunto) – 6:10


On the album's release, the tracks that received the most attention on radio were "Black-Eyed Blues", "Woman to Woman" and the cover version of Gregg Allman's "Midnight Rider", which charted on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 27.

In 1996, the horn-and-piano riff from "Woman to Woman" was sampled by Tupac Shakur in his song "California Love"; it was a smash hit for Tupac, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Woman to Woman" was also featured in the soundtrack for the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, on the fictional classic rock radio station K-DST.



Joe Cocker Band Members / Musicians

Joe Cocker – lead vocals

Neil Hubbard – guitar

Alan Spenner – bass guitar

Chris Stainton – piano, Hammond organ

Jim Keltner, Alan White, Conrad Isidore – drums (live tracks)

Felix Falcon – percussion

Rebop Kwaku Baah – congas (live tracks)

Rick Alfonso – trumpet

Fred Scerbo, Milton Sloan, Jim Horn – saxophone (live tracks)

Gloria Jones, Viola Wills, Virginia Ayers, Beverly Gardner – backing vocals

(A sticker placed on original issue albums read "Featuring the Chris Stainton Band and the Sanctified Sisters")


All songs recorded in 1972, except "High Time We Went" and "Black Eyed Blues", which were recorded in 1971; "Do Right Woman" and "St. James Infirmary" recorded live

Produced by Denny Cordell ("She Don't Mind", "Pardon Me Sir, "Black-Eyed Blues, "High Time We Went", "Something to Say")

Produced by Nigel Thomas ("Woman to Woman", "Do Right Woman")

Produced by Denny Cordell and Nigel Thomas ("Midnight Rider", "St. James Infirmary")



Joe Cocker is the 3rd studio album by Joe Cocker, released in 1972 in Europe as Something to Say on Cube Records, and in the USA as Joe Cocker on A&M Records. It contains the hit single "High Time We Went", that was released in the summer of 1971. Joe Cocker signalled Cocker's change of direction into a more jazzy, blues style. The album reached no. 30 in the US album charts. However, although it received a positive response from the press, it made no impression on the British and European charts.

It is an unusual LP among Joe Cocker albums, in that he wrote the lyrics to six songs. Five of them were co-written with Chris Stainton between 1969 and 1972. "Something To Say" was written with Nichols. However, the album's main claim to fame might be that one of its tracks, "Woman to Woman", was the basis for Tupac Shakur's successful hit single "California Love".

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