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  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Capitol UK
  • ASIN : B0002S309I
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Disque : 1

  1. What's going on
  2. Chain of fools
  3. One
  4. I who have nothing
  5. Maybe I'm amazed
  6. I keep forgetting
  7. I put a spell on you
  8. Every kind of people
  9. Love don't live here anymore
  10. Don't let me be lonely
  11. Jealous guy
  12. Everybody hurts

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Depuis la fin des années 60 avec le fameux "With a little help from my friends", Joe Cocker s'est fait le spécialiste des reprises avec une indéniable capacité à s'approprier ces chansons et à les transcender grâce à une voix (un rauque) unique.
Ce nouvel album n'échappe à la règle puisqu'il n'y a ici que des reprises et toutes de morceaux de premier choix archi-connus (Marvin gaye, Aretha Franklin, U2, REM, John Lennon, Robert Palmer...).
Hélas, depuis les années 90, Joe Cocker s'est aussi fait le spécialiste des productions Rock FM peu inspirées, voire à côté de la plaque. Et "Heart and soul" n'échappe pas à la règle ("Jealous guy" en version reggae !).
Le pire est que Joe Cocker semble avoir perdu sa voix. Il eructe péniblement, au détriment de l'émotion qu'il faisait autrefois passer ("You are so beautiful"). Conscient du problème, Cocker a déclaré à la presse que l'album a été enregistré à Los Angeles l'année dernière, lorsque de grands incendies cernaient la ville, et que sa voix en a certainement pâti. Il confie que l'album aurait pu s'appeler "The fire sessions".
A son écoute, on se dit qu'il aurait plutôt dû ré-enregister sa partie quelques semaines plus tard...
Remarque : Eric Clapton & Jeff Beck à la guitare en guest, chacun sur un morceau.
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Je m'insurge contre le commentaire précédent. C'est un très bon album de Joe Cocker. Il faut remonter à son Night Calls de 1992 pour retrouver d'aussi bons morceaux. Alors certes il n'y a pas de nouveautés mais des reprises de rhythm'n'blues de bon niveau. En particulier, Chain of fools reprise d'Aretha Franklin, I keep forgetting un super morceau de Leiber & Stoller popularisé par Chuck Jackson et I put a spell on you reprise de Screamin' Jay Hawkins avec ici un Clapton des bons jours à la guitare solo.
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HASH(0x8f572b1c) étoiles sur 5 Throroughly entertaining set from this veteran performer 30 juin 2005
Par Paul Tognetti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
These days people my age (mid 50's) are hard pressed to find any worthwhile new recordings to purchase. That is why I usually revert to buying anthologies. Joe Cocker's new studio release "Heart and Soul" is just about the best new album I have heard come down the pike in quite some time. To begin with, Joe Cocker is not some aging rocker whose skills have diminished and is just trying to hang on. Rather, Joe Cocker is still a very viable artist who according to my ears has not lost it one bit.

"Heart and Soul" offers the listener a dozen outstanding tracks including Joe's brand new single release "One" which was written by U2. Nice tune. Most of the rest of "Heart & Soul" features new arrangements of some very familiar hits sung in the inimitable Cocker style. I found Joe's treatment of the old Ben E. King classic "I (Who Have Nothing)" to be absolutely stunning. I also was moved by his rendition of James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" and by "Every Kind of People" a hit made famous by Robert Palmer in the late 1970's. A very underrated song! Joe Cocker also does a surprisingly fine job on Marvin Gaye's groundbreaking composition "What's Going On". And I would be remiss if I failed to mention his terrific remake of the old Screamin' Jay Hawkins song "I Put A Spell On You". Joe is one of only a handful of artists who could pull off that one off!

So whether you are in the market for some brand new music or find this disc attractive simply for old times sake "Heart and Soul" is sure to tickle your fancy. Unlike the embarrassing stuff Rod Stewart is churning out these days Joe Cocker has turned out an album he can really be proud of. I am quite confident it is a disc that you will play again and again. Highly recommended!!!
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HASH(0x8f572b70) étoiles sur 5 Raw & soulful masterpiece~Bravo Joe! 4 mars 2005
Par Bradly Briggs - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Several years back when Tina Turner was winding down her fairwell tour, Joe Cocker was opening act for Tina Turner (imagine seeing those two legends all in the same night!) at The Staples Center...had to go, never having had the honor of seeing this great singer in concert whom I have enjoyed since classic masterpiece "Mad Dogs And Englishman". Phenomenal from opening number it was clear Joe Cocker a total artistic master in full command of his craft, Joe Cocker received numerous standing ovations on that great and memorable evening making it clear Joe definitely had another extraordinary recording forthcoming, this "Heart & Soul" is it and quite possibly the finest to date from this amazing singer whose brilliant career has spanned decades and still going strong! "One" is a tremendous and moving opener simply breathtaking in every way with Joe Cocker's deeply passionate vocal defining what great soulful singing is all about. "I (Who Have Nothing)" is darkly haunting and another stunning masterful vocal going deep inside this standard with a brilliant arrangement featuring Jeff Beck making this smoldering then soaring version definitive, ultimately classic collection is filled with definitive great soul-stirring performances. Surprised reading some weird negative reviews of this great set that is filled with peerless performances, guess there are those around who can't comprehend deep performances as contained throughout this mind-blowing collection...great songs so incredible making it hard to get all the way through this stunning collection because of excessive use of repeat mode...were these people really listening to this soul-stirring collection of riveting performances? If so afraid something is really missing with the possibility of a much needed sound system update, whatever it is leave this fine collection to be savored and enjoyed by those who want to experience one of the greatest ever male performers captured in absolute peak form, giving wondrous soul-stirring performances making this a collection worthy of numerous "Grammy Awards", a timeless classic treasure to be enjoyed over and over again, this amazing collection of extraordinary performances is a stunning masterwork!
"What's Going On" has a wondrous ethereal arrangement flowing with an edgy feel, then that sterling vocal so extremely moving making this sound like a huge "hit" all over again...ditto a very soulful and rocking "Chain Of Fools" a totally wild & rousing funky jam. A soul-deep haunting vocal make "Maybe I'm Amazed" another Cocker masterful reading of a Beatles song that he makes completely his own much in the same way "With A Little Help From My Friends" became a riveting tour-de-force concert highlight at The Staples Center. "I Keep Forgetting" has never sounded quite as bluesy and great and "I Put A Spell On You" is a mind-blowing performance starting with stunning voice only opening flowing in to Joe giving the performance of a lifetime, great bluesy piano against majestic guitar work by none other than Eric Clapton, this stunning version of an old classic is the topper of them all, both Masters are in sublime peak form making this a truly riveting experience! Throughout wonderful "Heart & Soul" magnificent arrangements match the great vocals, another example the stirring "Every Kind Of People" going straight to the heart of the song bringing it to life in a deeply moving way. Magnificent stirring edgy arrangement make the beautifully haunting "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" a bluesy classic with a sublime Chris Botti jazzy trumpet solo working magic with Mr. Cocker's amazing vocal, glorious in this brilliant multi-layered masterpiece that would get my vote for single release, tremendous performance is totally awesome!!! Never has James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" sounded quite as soulfully magnificent as it does here, John Lennon is done proud with this funky and rocking "Jealous Guy", showing it would be great if Joe Cocker recorded an all Lennon-McCartney collection that would easily become an instant classic...PLEASE!!!!!!
Listening to the closing "Everybody Hurts" it is clear nobody around today can get inside a song with so much feeling and passion with a great sounding rough soulful voice that is a once in a lifetime treasure, now at its absolute peak this is truly "Heart & Soul" at its deepest and finest! Thank you Joe Cocker, you really did it all this time, us music lovers are truly grateful! As if this studio masterpiece isn't enough, a live concert Bonus Track of "One" becomes the stunning closer, showing nobody alive can do it quite like this guy...ENCORE with "More Heart & Soul!
HEART & SOUL TOUR UPDATE; Joe Cocker rocked LA at a sold out & soul-ed out performance at The Wiltern Theatre in totally awesome form singing old and new classics in really great voice that matched the quality of his vocals on this great new CD. This is the tour to catch Joe on as he has never been better and his band is hot and really cooks making this event the party of the year!
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HASH(0x8f572fa8) étoiles sur 5 Mighty Joe Cocker Pulls Out All Of The Stops 27 mars 2005
Par Beverly Praiswater - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Joe Cocker, for 35 years, has always sung from the depths of his soul. And this project clearly is full of soul but encompasses much, much more!! His voice now brings out MUCH rougher and MORE raw sounds of joy, pain, agony, and exhilaration.

The musical arrangements bring contributions from the WHO'S WHO of musicians in the world! Just a few who add their brilliance are Michael Thompson on guitar, Jeff Beck on guitar, Eric Clapton on guitar, Steve Lukather on guitar, Chris Botti on trumpet, Jerry Goodman on violin, Mike Landau on guitar, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter on guitar, Rafael Padilla on percussion, Bruce Eskovitz on sax plus many other talents.

In the collection of songs are some written by such artists as John Lennon, U2, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, and Marvin Gaye. Joe sings a fantastic and varied repertoire of songs that were originally recorded by music icons Tom Jones, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, David Bowie, Robert Palmer, Rose Royce, and R.E.M.

"One" has 2 versions on the cd, the opening number which was recorded in the studio (a GORGEOUS weave of soul and subtlety) and the other that closes the album sung live in concert (with STIRRING sensitivity). Joe's vocal on "I (Who Have Nothing)" is NOTHING short of a soulful anthem. "Chain of Fools" is argueably the most glorious version ever recorded! No singer has EVER gotten inside the song "Maybe I'm Amazed" with the sensitivity that Joe has done. He builds this song to a frenzy!! (McCartney must be THRILLED.) "I Keep Forgetting", a cooking and edgy number which builds up to the next BLOW-OUT VERSION EVER RECORDED, "I Put A Spell On You". This haunting vocal pulls out ALL of the stops!!! The engaging arrangement with Eric Clapton's infectious bluesy guitar solo is INCOMPARABLE! Joe gives a wrenching vocal on "Love Don't Live Here Anymore". "Jealous Guy" is a funky tribute to one of John Lennon's songs.

Joe has taken these songs and his other legendary numbers on the road. Most recently when playing the West Coast, he completely sold all of the venues out. WHAT MORE CAN I SAY??? Next he has 3 months of touring in Europe and when he gets back, if you are lucky, I hope you get to see him as I did. But for now, you can purchase this cd and enjoy Joe Cocker at the PEAK OF HIS CAREER.
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HASH(0x90eec390) étoiles sur 5 Up there with the best of Cocker 28 octobre 2006
Par Thomas E. Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Joe Cocker's appeal has always lain in his poetic ability to dredge up and transmute the tragedy of loss and loneliness into powerful and beautiful dirges, and in the stark contrast between his ragged croak of a voice and a lush background of female vocals, wailing guitars, and slick orchestration. Listening to his songs, one feels as if someone has photographed the grittiest scene of urban despair -- a homeless addict contemplating suicide, perhaps -- and placed it in an ornate frame in a high-class gallery.

This CD contains all of the elements that have made Cocker so popular, and his selection of classic and contemporary songs is superb. A couple of the tracks may be a bit less successful than the rest, but all of them are heartfelt and soulful. While not as sublime as his albums of the late 60s and early 70s, this recording is far superior to some of the CDs he released in the late 90s and early 00s. It marks a clear return to form for the master of misery.
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HASH(0x90eec33c) étoiles sur 5 A Magnificent Wail 28 avril 2005
Par Electric Blue Canoe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Every couple of months I treat myself to about a half-dozen or so CDs. I bought this one in my last batch, the only problem with is I played it first and I can't get past it. It's been on continuous rotation, especially the second song "I (Who Have Nothing)." I never particularly cared for this song, it's too schlocky for the tastes of a screaming electric blues fan. But Mr. Cocker takes this song, bounces it off of his adenoids, and zeros it straight into my Heart and Soul. I equate Joe's voice to life itself. If you've managed to get the remnants of your s**t together, life is rough but beautiful, appealing but hard to describe, in tune but not for the faint of heart, soul finding after a long hard search, and blue to the brink of tears while you thrust your fist in the air and shout "Yeah, gimme more." Great job Joe, nice to see that us middle-aged old farts can still get down. Maybe someday I'll have my fill of this album and get around to listening to my other new CDs.
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