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Album Review: Kenny Rogers - 'We've Got Tonight'

1983’s We’ve Got Tonight was Kenny Rogers’ final album for Liberty before moving on to RCA. By this stage of the game, his priority was maintaining his position on the adult contemporary and pop charts; he and his producers having long since figured out that country radio would stick with him regardless of what kind of music he released. 669 more words

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Inimitable

If you only have room for one Joe Cocker album, Organic is the one to get.  Most of his hits are here, along with a few new ones, but with a stripped-down background that really emphasizes the vocals. 14 more words

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624. give peace a chance

In which Joe Cocker and crowd unleash the other Give Peace A Chance – the one that brings down the house toward the end of maybe the greatest… 72 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

"do I still figure in your life?"

“The problem, however, eventually became evident: to make science the arbiter of metaphysics is to banish not only God from the world but also love, hate, meaning — to consider a world that is self-evidently… 72 more words

Why Losing an Artist is like Losing a Friend

We’ve lost so many music legends in the past few years: David Bowie, Prince, Gregg Allman, Chuck Berry, Walter Becker, Chris Cornell, Joe Cocker, Charles Bradley, Sharon Jones, Glenn Frey, Leonard Cohen, Leon Russell, and now Tom Petty. 247 more words

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Today In Music History: 10/02/17

I remember this episode of “Saturday Night Live” so vividly. It was on this day in 1976, that John Belushi, came out on stage with Joe Cocker, as Joe Cocker and sang some songs with him.  196 more words

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Beatles Covers

I think The Beatles are the best rock band ever. That’s no secret. Paul, John and Ge

orge were each incredible songwriters with the ability to take something simple and make it into an amazing song. 799 more words