Capitol publish Joe Cocker’s thirteenth album : ‘Night Calls’ (1991)
Joe Cocker‘s ‘Night Calls’ is his thirteenth studio album released on October 7, 1991 by Capitol.
Track Listing : 1.Love Is Alive (Gary Wright) – 03:57 . 2.Little Bit Of Love (Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Simon Kirkeandy Fraser) – 02:28 . 3.Please No More (Greg Hansen, David Egan) – 05:28 . 4.There’S A Storm Coming (John Hadley, Wally Wilson) – 04:08 . 5.You’Ve Got To Hide Your Love Away (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 05:03 . 6.I Can Hear The River (Don Dixon) – 04:51 . 7.Don’T Let The Sun Go Down On Me (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) – 05:30 . 8.Night Calls (Jeff Lynne) – 03:28 . 9.Five Women (Prince) – 05:34 . 10.Can’T Find My Way Home (Steve Winwood) – 03:29 . 11.Not Too Young To Die Of A Broken Heart (Brent Bourgeois) – 04:19 . 12.Out Of The Rain (Tony Joe White) – 04:38
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Musicians : Joe Cocker – Lead Vocals . Jeff Lynne – Multi Instruments, Production . Mike Campbell – Guitar . Phil Grande – Guitar . Danny Kortchmar – Guitar, Production . T.M. Stevens – Bass . Neil Stubenhaus – Bass . Rory Kaplan – Keyboards . Ian Mclagan – Hammond Organ . John Miles – Hammond Organ, Tambourine, Backing Vocals . David Paich – Keyboards . Greg Phillinganes – Keyboards . Chris Stainton – Piano . Benmont Tench – Hammond Organ . Deric Dyer – Saxophone . Michael Baird – Drums . Steve Holley – Drums, Tambourine . Jim Keltner – Drums . Alex Acuña – Percussion . Jim Brock – Timbales . Sydney Davis – Backing Vocals . Marti Jones – Backing Vocals . New Life Community Choir – Backing Vocals . Maxine Sharp – Backing Vocals . The Water Sisters – Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Jeff Lynne, Chris Lord-Alge, David Tickle . Chris Lord-Alge – Engineer . David Tickle – Engineer . Marc Desisto – Engineer . Richard Dodd – Engineer
Package : Tommy Steele – Art Direction . Johnny Lee – Design . Ana Juan – Painting . Allan Titmuss – Photography
Recorded In 1991.
Released On October 7, 1991 By Capitol.
(Source Joe Cocker – Night Calls | The Official Joe Cocker Site)
The biggest let-down is the lack of commitment projected on Elton John‘s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me.” Still, even slumming Cocker sounds more real and soulful than, say, Michael Bolton in his wildest dreams. […]
Since the only modes Joe Cocker functions in are raw, rawerand rawest, it’s particularly irksome to find four different producers on Night Calls undermining old Brillo Lungs with enough neat-as-a-pin, commercially correct smooth music to nearly drown him in slick. […]
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