|A1||With A Little Help From My Friends||5:08|
|A4||Bye Bye Blackbird||3:27|
|A5||Do I Still Figure In Your Life?||3:58|
|A6||Just Like A Woman||5:15|
|B3||Lawdy Miss Clawdy||3:14|
|B4||She Came In Through The Bathroom Window||2:37|
|B6||Bird On The Wire||4:29|
|C1||Honky Tonk Woman||5:56|
|C2||Cry Me A River||5:54|
|C3||High Time We Went||3:52|
|D1||You Are So Beautiful||2:42|
|D2||Jamaica Say You Will||4:13|
|D3||Darling Be Home Soon||4:38|
|BS 8004-2||Joe Cocker||The Story...With A Little Help (2xCD, Comp)||Cube Records||BS 8004-2||Sweden||1990|
|BS 8004-2||Joe Cocker||The Story...With A Little Help (2xLP, Album, Comp, RM)||BR Music, Cube Records||BS 8004-2||Netherlands||1990|
|BS 8004-4||Joe Cocker||The Story...With A Little Help (Cass, Comp)||BR Music||BS 8004-4||1990|
|BS8004-2||Joe Cocker||The Story Of... With A Little Help From My Friends (2xLP, Album, Comp, RM)||Cube Records||BS8004-2||Unknown|
With a Little Help from My Friends is the debut album by singer Joe Cocker, released in 1969. It was certified gold in the US and peaked at number 35 on the Billboard 200. In the UK, the album charted in May 1972 at number 29 when it was re-released as a double pack with Cocker's second LP Joe Cocker!.
Joe Cocker's debut album holds up extraordinarily well across four decades, the singer's performance bolstered by some very sharp playing, not only by his established Chris Stainton, but also some top-notch session musicians, among them drummer Clem Cattini, Steve Winwood on organ, and guitarists Jimmy Page and Albert Lee, all sitting in. It's Cocker's voice, a soulful rasp of an instrument backed up by Madeline Bell, Sunny Weetman and Rossetta Hightower that carries this album and makes "Change in Louise," "Feeling Alright," ". .
With a Little Help from My Friends è una canzone scritta da John Lennon e Paul McCartney, pubblicata sull'album dei Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band del 1967. Il brano fu scritto appositamente per il batterista della band Ringo Starr, che lo cantò sul disco interpretando il personaggio di Billy Shears. La canzone si è aggiudicata la posizione n. 304 nella lista delle 500 migliori canzoni di tutti i tempi della rivista Rolling Stone.
With A Little Help From My Friends. His breakthrough 1969 album, featuring the hit title track and Feeling Alright. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Joe Cocker released 'With a Little Help From My Friends' in April 1969. In an era of self-contained bands and singer-songwriters, With a Little Help From My Friends bucked the trend in establishing Cocker as one of the most imaginative and distinctive interpretative singers of his generation. The album opens with funky piano chords ushering in Dave Mason’s Traffic song "Feelin’ Alright," the first of many tracks that Cocker made his own with help from backup singers Merry Clayton (who also sang on the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter") and Brenda and Patrice Holloway.
Joe Cocker and the Grease Band were ending a performance they gave recently at the Whiskey in Los Angeles. As they went into their explosive version of With A Little Help From My Friends, a nubile young admirer, apparently driven wild by Cocker’s amazing voice and insane spastic contortions, stationed herself on her back between Cocker’s legs and, reaching up, began to work the Cocker cock with considerable fervor. Moments later Joe delivered the scream of his career . And the thought of Cocker’s next album, which will include new Harrison and McCartney songs and a lot more Grease Band originals, is an exceptionally pleasant one. In This Article: Joe Cocker.
Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends At Woodstock. Blues singer Joe Cocker’s breakthrough rearrangement of the Beatles‘ song With a Little Help from My Friends is known to be a bright spot at Woodstock which happened just before thunderclouds darkened the mood. The English born Cocker had been in a few bands which mainly played pubs in the Sheffield area with minimal success. His break came with the formation of The Grease Band and their cover of the Beatles song listed above which hit the British top ten charts and eventually took the number one slot on November 9, 1968
Listen free to Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends (Feelin' Alright, Bye Bye Blackbird and more). With a Little Help from My Friends is the first album by singer Joe Cocker, released in 1969. It was certified gold in the . and peaked at on the Billboard 200. The title track was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and originally performed by The Beatles; it has been inducted into both the Grammy Award Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.