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Today In Music History: 04/27/17

Sheena Easton is turning 58 today and KISS guitarist Ace Frehley hits the big 66.

One of my fave songs ever hit the radio on this day in 1967, as Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell released “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” the first of their 11 recorded duets. 136 more words

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"Joe Cocker - Cry Me A River"

Mad Dogs & Englishmen is a live album by Joe Cocker released in 1970. The album’s title is drawn from the 1931 Noël Coward song of the same name. 91 more words

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New Joe Cocker Documentary: "Who was that guy, anyway?"

Mormons, when hearing the name, “Joe Cocker,” are likely to draw a blank, unless you’re an LDS child of the sixties. What Zoobie can’t sing, “With a Little Help from My Friends,” or as Cocker wails, “…from… 338 more words

Mormons

Songs From A Room - Leonard Cohen (1969)

Album no. 169/1001 

The second album from Lenny, this went to number 2 in the UK! Only 63 in the US, not sure what that tells us. 437 more words

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Favorite Film Friday: Across the Universe

I was so ecstatic when I saw this film was back on Netflix because Across the Universe is easily one of my favorite films of all time. 422 more words

Feeling Alright - Joe Cocker

Chart Position: 33

  • Recorded live in concert
  • Written by Dave Mason
  • Originally recorded by Traffic (1968)
  • Keyboards: Leon Russell and Chris Stainton
  • Guitar: Don Preston…
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