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Joe Cocker - Mad Dogs & Englishmen (1970)
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Joe Cocker - Mad Dogs & Englishmen (1970) [2CD+DVD] {35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition 2005}

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Subs: English, Francais, Deutsch, Espanol, Portugues
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© 2005 A&M Records / UMG | 0602498860069 / 0602498860243
Rock / Blues Rock / Soft Rock

In the pantheon of classic live albums, Joe Cocker's 'Mad Dogs and Englishmen' is near
the top, alongside 'Woodstock' and 'The Last Waltz' in defining the
spirit of a generation. Now, the album -- originally issued in 1970 --
is heard with previously unreleased tracks and studio cuts. The 35th
Anniversary Deluxe Edition reveals in full for the first time, the
repertoire of the craziest, loudest, longest rock 'n' roll circus to
have ever hit America, featuring guests such as Leon Russell, Rita
Coolidge, Claudia Lennear, and Don Preston.

Along with already-legendary performances of "She Came In Through The
Bathroom Window," "The Letter," "Delta Lady," "Bird On A Wire," "Cry Me A
River," "Feelin' Alright," "Let's Go Get Stoned" and "Space Captain"
are seven previously unreleased live performances (whose inclusion now
reflects the actual sequence of the show's set list) and four rare
studio recordings.

When the original 'Mad Dogs and Englishmen' album was released in
September 1970, it reached #2 in the U.S. album charts, selling over a
million copies, besides riding high in Britain, Europe and Australia.
A&M Records loved it and not just because it had been a hit. As
co-founder Jerry Moss would later say "It's an extraordinary record --
one of the greatest records we've ever put out, and we've had some nice
live albums."

Over thirty-five years on it remains an extraordinary record.

Listening to this CD brings back a lot of memories. Mad Dogs & Englishmen was
just about the most elaborate album that A&M Records had ever
released, back in 1971, a double LP in a three-panel, fold-out, gatefold
sleeve, with almost 80 minutes of music inside and a ton of photos,
graphics, and annotation wrapping around it. A live recording done in
tandem with a killer documentary film of the same U.S. tour, it was
recorded at the Fillmore East, where the movie was a cross-country
affair, and the two were, thus, completely separate entities -- also, as
people couldn't "buy" the film in those days, the double LP has
lingered longer in the memory, by virtue of its being on shelves, and
also being taken off those shelves to be played. Unlike a lot of other
"coffee table"-type rock releases of the era, such as Woodstock and The
Concert for Bangladesh, people actually listened to Mad Dogs &
Englishmen -- most of its content was exciting, and its sound, a
veritable definition of big-band rock with three dozen players working
behind the singer, was unique. The CD offers a seriously good sound,
whether it's just Joe Cocker and a pianist and organist in the opening
of "Bird on a Wire," or the entire band going full-tilt on "Cry Me a
River"; the remastering was set at a high volume level and there was a
decent amount of care taken to get the detail right, so you can
appreciate the presence of the multiple drummers, and the legion of
guitarists and singers, plus the multiple keyboard players. The lead
guitar and solo piano on "Feelin' Alright," for example, come through,
but so do the 34 other players and singers behind the lead. This record
was also just as much a showcase for Leon Russell as it was for Joe
Cocker, which A&M probably didn't mind a bit, as Russell was selling
millions of records at the time. As is now known, and it's recounted in
the new notes, the tour from which this album was drawn all but wiped
out Joe Cocker -- on a psychic level -- because the music was presented
on such a vast scale (and there is a moment in the movie where he
mentions breaking up his former backing group, the Grease Band, with a
hint of regret in his voice) and his own contribution was so muted by
Russell's work as arranger and bandleader. He may well have been the
"victim" of a "hijacking" of sorts, but the musical results, apart from
the dubious "Give Peace a Chance," are difficult to argue about upon
hearing this record anew, decades after the fact -- it's almost all
bracing and beautiful. [In 2005 Mad Dogs & Englishmen was reissued
in a two-CD deluxe edition with eight previously unreleased live
performances inserted throughout the discs and four rare studio
recordings tacked onto the end. The new live performances are longer and
looser and Russell plays an even bigger role. They're excellent, as are
the stereo studio mixes of "The Letter" and "Space Captain," available
for the first time here.]

One of the greatest rock films of all time, Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs & Englishmen
gets digitally overhauled and released on DVD for the very first time!
This film captures one of the most exciting concert tours ever and
defines the spirit of a generation in much the same way as Woodstock and
The Last Waltz. Joe Cocker and friends, among them rock legend Leon
Russell and Rita Coolidge, cut loose with close to two dozen incredible
songs. Mad Dogs & Englishmen stands today as one of the most
dramatic visual records of a tour and a time, with backstage footage,
fan interviews and electric performances. Remastered in 5.1 surround and
stereo, this DVD also includes a Personal Playlist, allowing the viewer
to sequence & play this film’s full-length, classic live
performances like "Delta Lady," "With A Little Help From My Friends" and
"She Came In Through The Bathroom Window." As an added bonus, the
package comes with a 24-page Pressbook from the original theatrical
marketing of the film in 1971.

Personnel: Joe Cocker (vocals); Leon Russell (guitar, piano); Don Preston (guitar); Bobby Keys (tenor saxophone); Jim Price (trumpet);
Chris Stainton (piano, organ); Carl Radle (bass instrument); Chuck
Blackwell (drums, percussion); Jim Gordon , Jim Keltner (drums); Bobby
Torres (congas); Sanford Konikoff (percussion); Rita Coolidge
(background vocals) and others...


01. Honky Tonk Women
02. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
03. The Weight
04. Sticks And Stones
05. Bird On A Wire
06. Cry Me A River
07. Superstar
08. Feelin' Alright
09. Something
10. Darling Be Home Soon
11. Let It Be
12. Further On Up The Road

01. Let's Go Get Stoned
02. Space Captain
03. Hummingbird
04. Dixie Lullaby
05. The Letter
06. Delta Lady
07. Give Peace A Chance
08. Blue Medley: I'll Drown In My Own Tears/ When Something Is Wrong With My Baby/ I've Been Loving You Too Long
09. With A Little Help From My Friends
10. Girl From The North Country
11. Warm-Up Jam Including Under My Thumb
12. The Letter
13. Space Captain
14. The Ballad Of Mad Dogs And Englishmen

EAC log CD1
EAC log CD2

01. Albion Intro. from the Anglo-Saxophone
02. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
03. Delta Lady
04. Feelin'Alright
05. Change in Louise
06. Darlin' Be Home Soon
07. Going To New York City
08. Superstar
09. We Love You, COnrad
10.Please Give Peace a Chance
11.She Came in Trought The Bathroom Window
12.Let It Be
13.The Letter Sticks and Stones
14.Lawdy Miss Clawdy
15.Bird On a Wire
16.Honky Tonk Woman
17.Space Captain
19.With a Little Help From My Friends
20.The Ballad Of Mad Dogs & Englishmen

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