Dear Joe,… in your memory.
Joe Cocker, the white who sings like black, a great voice! privileged.
I think this is one of the essential LP of Joe Cocker,….
This CD of new cover versions of songs from the Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was included with an issue of Mojo Magazine. The songs are mostly performed by alternative rock acts that you never heard of. However, for the most part, they do a pretty good job…
Gov't Mule is almost single-handedly bringing back the spirit of the '60s and '70s power trios, the same kind of rock & roll magic that made Jimi Hendrix and Cream such musical icons. This show was recorded on New Year's Eve, 1998, at the Roxy in Atlanta, GA, and documents the band in peak form, from the power charged vocals and lead guitar of Warren Haynes, to Abts' freight train drumming and Woody's thunder driven bass. On any given night, Gov't Mule alone can rock your socks off, but on this magical evening, the band was joined by some real brothers of the road – the Allman Brothers, the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton; sideman Chuck Leavell was there, along with Parliament's Bernie Worrell, former Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford, Aquarium Rescue Unit's Jimmy Herring, Randall Bramblett, newly appointed Allman Brothers' bandmember, Derek Trucks and Yonrico Scott, the drummer from the Derek Trucks Band. Talk about a stage full of talent. AMG