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Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Live 1970 Fillmore East) [Deluxe Edition]


Download links and information about Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Live 1970 Fillmore East) [Deluxe Edition] by Joe Cocker. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Pop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 02:16:30 minutes.

Artist: Joe Cocker
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Pop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 02:16:30
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No. Title Length
1. Honky Tonk Women (Live) 4:57
2. She Came In Through the Bathroom Window (Live) 3:17
3. The Weight (Live) 5:57
4. Sticks and Stones (Live) 2:46
5. Bird On a Wire (Live) 6:31
6. Cry Me a River (Live) 4:05
7. Superstar (Live) (featuring Rita Coolidge) 4:59
8. Feeling Alright (Live) 5:47
9. Something (Live) 5:33
10. Darling Be Home Soon (Live) 5:47
11. Let It Be (Live) (featuring Claudia Lennear) 3:40
12. Further On Up the Road (Live) 4:00
13. Let's Go Get Stoned (Live) 8:05
14. Space Captain (Live) 5:20
15. Hummingbird (Live) (featuring Leon Russell) 4:08
16. Dixie Lullaby (Live) (featuring Leon Russell) 2:58
17. The Letter (Live) 4:32
18. Delta Lady (Live) 7:03
19. Give Peace a Chance (Live) 4:46
20. Blue Medley: I'll Drown In My Own Tears / When Something Is Wrong with My Baby / I've Been Loving You Too Long (Live) 12:37
21. With a Little Help from My Friends (Live) 8:40
22. Girl from the North Country (Live) 2:39
23. Warm-Up Jam (Including "Under My Thumb") [Live] (featuring Leon Russell, The Shelter People) 5:45
24. The Letter (Single Version Stereo Mix) (featuring Leon Russell, The Shelter People) 4:10
25. Space Captain (Studio Single Version Stereo Mix) (featuring Leon Russell, The Shelter People) 4:29
26. The Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Live) (featuring Leon Russell) 3:59



At the time of its initial release in 1970, Mad Dogs & Englishmen was a multi-format assault. In the pre-DVD age, the concert film could only be viewed in theaters, so the double gatefold live album was the only available souvenir for this British soul singer who was enjoying critical and commercial success as a master interpreter of other people’s music. The Rolling Stones’ “Honky Tonk Women” is good fun, but Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country” turns the ageless folk song into a tough soul shout. The Box Tops’ “The Letter” is equally infused with blue-eyed soul and some fierce horns. And that’s how it is throughout. Years of heavy drinking and hard living would damage Cocker’s voice and career and he would eventually settle into the mellower reaches of adult-contemporary, but these recordings are scary in their passion and rewarding in their artistic scope. Whether he’s tearing through “Cry Me a River” or “Let’s Go Get Stoned” or settling into Leonard Cohen’s “Bird on the Wire,” Cocker has both the virtuosity to make a grand statement and the grit to make it sound believable. The expanded edition includes eight previously unreleased live performances — including a definitive cover of the Band’s “The Weight” — and several studio recordings to make this even more of a landmark in Cocker’s career.