Rock Hall Snubs: Joe Cocker
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To continue celebrating American Black History Month here In The Studio, I’m reminded of the definition of rock and roll as told to me by Mr. “Blue Suede Shoes” himself , the late Carl Perkins , ” The Blues and Country and Western had a baby , and they called it Rock’n’Roll .” Seeing as we were in Nashville at the time , Perkins could easily have laid it all at the toe-tapping feet of Hank Williams , a rebel Nashville outsider without whom rock simply would not exist …(more)
No less than four of Joe Cocker’s many albums have significant anniversaries: “Joe Cocker (1972)”,”Sheffield Steel”(’82),”Unchain My heart”(’87), & “Night Calls” in 1992…
We are saddened at the death of Leon Russell, 74, who shaped American music for a full half century. Here is a rare Leon Russell interview with the late Joe Cocker who also died back in 2014.
Photo-journalist Linda Wolf documented the Joe Cocker/ Leon Russell “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” tour at rehearsal, on the plane, in the hotels, backstage, and literally on stage fifty years ago, now lovingly assembled as a large-format limited edition coffee table book as “Tribute- Cocker Power: a Photographic Diary of Joe Cocker’s Legendary 1970 Tour”. North American residents should register below before midnight ET May 31 for the drawing to win “Tribute- Cocker Power”
Interviews with Woodstock Festival performers David Crosby, Graham Nash, dearly departed Joe Cocker, Marty Balin of the Jefferson Airplane, and Robbie Robertson of The Band. Part 2.
They were the changes in musical direction and key personnel made on Jethro Tull’s critical preceding third album, “Benefit”, in April 1970, that provided the oxygen in “Aqualung” ‘s tank a year later.
Woodstock Festival was unequaled in sheer scale, still heard fifty years later in the voices of Carlos Santana, Pete Townshend, the late Paul Kantner of the Jefferson Airplane, Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, and Nash, and the late Alvin Lee of Ten Years After,
…(cont) every headline before and since the cancer-related premature death of blues-rock phenomenon Jeff Healey March 2, 2008 has included the qualifier “blind guitarist” , as if Healey’s mind-blowing facility and unique technique on the instrument,his more-than-competent rich vocals,his uncanny choice of material,and Jeff’s wicked ultra-dry sense of humor were less defining of the man than his inability to read the drive-through menu at Taco Bell…(more)
Something appropriate for Elvis Week in Memphis ( when I lived there, the locals referred to it as “Death Week” ). Big doings no doubt on Elvis Presley Boulevard for this fortieth anniversary. Now that Randy Newman has been inducted, here’s my nomination for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the most deserving American […]