Joe Cocker – Into The Mystic


Song 10:

On the road (1972–1982) Continued

Joe’s Site

Fr Wikipedia:

In 1976, Cocker performed “Feelin’ Alright” on Saturday Night LiveJohn Belushi  joined him on stage doing his famous impersonation of Cocker’s stage movements. At the time, Cocker was $800,000 in debt to A&M Records and struggling with alcoholism.

Several months later, he met producer Michael Lang, who agreed to manage him on the condition that he stay sober. With a new band, Cocker embarked on a tour of New Zealand, Australia, and South America. He then recorded a new album with session work by Steve Gadd and Chuck Rainey, and a new, young bassist from Scotland, Rob Hartley. Hartley also toured briefly with Cocker’s friends in 1977. In the autumn of 1978, he went on a North American tour promoting his album, Luxury You Can Afford. Despite this effort, it received mixed reviews and only sold around 300,000 copies.

Go below deck and type Joe Cocker in the Ship’s Search.

Video uploaded by U Tube user  AVTOHA VORONTSOVSKY

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