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  • Audio CD (February 1, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: New Door Records
  • ASIN: B00074CBMY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The 2005 studio album from the most passionate & distinctive voice of the rock era, making 12 modern classics, from Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, R.E.M., Margin Gaye, & more, his very own.

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While Rod Stewart was busy chasing American songbook classics up the charts in Cole Porter drag, 60's Brit-soul colleague Joe Cocker pursued a more contemporary and compelling set of standards. The material here stretches from the soulful American r&b hits that first inspired the gritty-voiced singer to their modern progeny, emotive ballads like REM's "Everybody Hurts" and the compelling studio/live takes of U2's "One" that bookend the album. Cocker revisits old inspirations Lennon ("Jealous Guy" recast as warm, Caribbean-rhythmed r&b) and McCartney (a grand, if less inspired "Maybe I'm Amazed"), but it's on more vintage material like "Chain of Fools" and Lieber-Stoller's "I Keep Forgetting" and "I (Who Have Nothing)" that Cocker truly invests his considerable interpretative instincts. Jeff Beck solos with tasteful, typically elastic lyricism on the latter, while fellow ax icon Eric Clapton torches "I Put A Spell On You" with his own bluesy fire. But as brilliant as Cocker and his session cohorts (who also include Steve Lukather and Dean Parks) often are, their efforts sometimes skid on C.J. Vanston's way-too-slick production; aiming for the middle of the road, Vanston instead drives material like James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" and Cocker's otherwise lovely read of "Everybody Hurts" towards a ditch. --Jerry McCulley

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Great job Joe, nice to see that us middle-aged old farts can still get down.
Electric Blue Canoe
In the collection of songs are some written by such artists as John Lennon, U2, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, and Marvin Gaye.
Beverly Praiswater
Usually, he records a few covers per album, and then fills the rest with newly written songs.
Anthony Accordino

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tognetti TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
These days people my age (mid 50's) are hard pressed to find any worthwhile new recordings to purchase. That is why I usually revert to buying anthologies. Joe Cocker's new studio release "Heart and Soul" is just about the best new album I have heard come down the pike in quite some time. To begin with, Joe Cocker is not some aging rocker whose skills have diminished and is just trying to hang on. Rather, Joe Cocker is still a very viable artist who according to my ears has not lost it one bit.

"Heart and Soul" offers the listener a dozen outstanding tracks including Joe's brand new single release "One" which was written by U2. Nice tune. Most of the rest of "Heart & Soul" features new arrangements of some very familiar hits sung in the inimitable Cocker style. I found Joe's treatment of the old Ben E. King classic "I (Who Have Nothing)" to be absolutely stunning. I also was moved by his rendition of James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" and by "Every Kind of People" a hit made famous by Robert Palmer in the late 1970's. A very underrated song! Joe Cocker also does a surprisingly fine job on Marvin Gaye's groundbreaking composition "What's Going On". And I would be remiss if I failed to mention his terrific remake of the old Screamin' Jay Hawkins song "I Put A Spell On You". Joe is one of only a handful of artists who could pull off that one off!

So whether you are in the market for some brand new music or find this disc attractive simply for old times sake "Heart and Soul" is sure to tickle your fancy. Unlike the embarrassing stuff Rod Stewart is churning out these days Joe Cocker has turned out an album he can really be proud of. I am quite confident it is a disc that you will play again and again. Highly recommended!!!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bradly Briggs VINE VOICE on March 3, 2005
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Several years back when Tina Turner was winding down her fairwell tour, Joe Cocker was opening act for Tina Turner (imagine seeing those two legends all in the same night!) at The Staples Center...had to go, never having had the honor of seeing this great singer in concert whom I have enjoyed since classic masterpiece "Mad Dogs And Englishman". Phenomenal from opening number it was clear Joe Cocker a total artistic master in full command of his craft, Joe Cocker received numerous standing ovations on that great and memorable evening making it clear Joe definitely had another extraordinary recording forthcoming, this "Heart & Soul" is it and quite possibly the finest to date from this amazing singer whose brilliant career has spanned decades and still going strong! "One" is a tremendous and moving opener simply breathtaking in every way with Joe Cocker's deeply passionate vocal defining what great soulful singing is all about. "I (Who Have Nothing)" is darkly haunting and another stunning masterful vocal going deep inside this standard with a brilliant arrangement featuring Jeff Beck making this smoldering then soaring version definitive, ultimately classic collection is filled with definitive great soul-stirring performances. Surprised reading some weird negative reviews of this great set that is filled with peerless performances, guess there are those around who can't comprehend deep performances as contained throughout this mind-blowing collection...great songs so incredible making it hard to get all the way through this stunning collection because of excessive use of repeat mode...were these people really listening to this soul-stirring collection of riveting performances?Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Beverly Praiswater on March 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Joe Cocker, for 35 years, has always sung from the depths of his soul. And this project clearly is full of soul but encompasses much, much more!! His voice now brings out MUCH rougher and MORE raw sounds of joy, pain, agony, and exhilaration.

The musical arrangements bring contributions from the WHO'S WHO of musicians in the world! Just a few who add their brilliance are Michael Thompson on guitar, Jeff Beck on guitar, Eric Clapton on guitar, Steve Lukather on guitar, Chris Botti on trumpet, Jerry Goodman on violin, Mike Landau on guitar, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter on guitar, Rafael Padilla on percussion, Bruce Eskovitz on sax plus many other talents.

In the collection of songs are some written by such artists as John Lennon, U2, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, and Marvin Gaye. Joe sings a fantastic and varied repertoire of songs that were originally recorded by music icons Tom Jones, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, David Bowie, Robert Palmer, Rose Royce, and R.E.M.

"One" has 2 versions on the cd, the opening number which was recorded in the studio (a GORGEOUS weave of soul and subtlety) and the other that closes the album sung live in concert (with STIRRING sensitivity). Joe's vocal on "I (Who Have Nothing)" is NOTHING short of a soulful anthem. "Chain of Fools" is argueably the most glorious version ever recorded! No singer has EVER gotten inside the song "Maybe I'm Amazed" with the sensitivity that Joe has done. He builds this song to a frenzy!! (McCartney must be THRILLED.) "I Keep Forgetting", a cooking and edgy number which builds up to the next BLOW-OUT VERSION EVER RECORDED, "I Put A Spell On You". This haunting vocal pulls out ALL of the stops!!! The engaging arrangement with Eric Clapton's infectious bluesy guitar solo is INCOMPARABLE!
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