What an awesome song. The Traffic (original) and Joe Cocker versions are great, but I really love what Grand Funk did with it. They slipped into it and made it their own without making it unrecognizable.
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And in tribute to the late iconic rock and blues singer/musician, Mr Joe Cocker, I leave you with one of my favorite renditions of “Feelin’ Alright.” It also features Mr Leon Russell playing guitar, and the late Mr Bobby Keys playing saxophone. 27 more words
There’s a special place in my music pantheon for Joe Cocker, who passed away yesterday at the age of 70. He came of age during a period when everyone wanted to be a “singer-songwriter,” but Joe Cocker was first and foremost a singer, an interpreter. 208 more words
Joe Cocker possessed one of the greatest male voices around, with presence that was larger than life. While he became synonymous with his cover of The Beatles’ “With a Little Help From My Friends” and Billy Preston’s “You Are So Beautiful”, his mark on “You Can Leave Your Hat On” (originally by Randy Newman) and Traffic’s “Feelin’ Alright” (featured here) cannot be underestimated. 56 more words