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Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Rarities Edition)


Download links and information about Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Rarities Edition) by Joe Cocker. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 58:42 minutes.

Artist: Joe Cocker
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 58:42
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No. Title Length
1. The Weight (Live At The Fillmore East/1970) 5:43
2. Something (Set 1 / Live At The Fillmore East/3/28/70) 5:32
3. Darling Be Home Soon (Live At Fillmore East/1970) 5:47
4. Let It Be (Live Santa Monica Civic/1970) (featuring Claudia Lennear) 3:39
5. Further On Up The Road (Live At Fillmore East/1970) 3:59
6. Hummingbird (Set 2 / Live At The Fillmore East/3/27/70) (featuring Leon Russell) 4:09
7. Dixie Lullaby (Set 2 / Live At The Fillmore East/1970) (featuring Leon Russell) 2:57
8. With A Little Help From My Friends (Live At Fillmore East/1970) 8:38
9. Warm-Up Jam Including Under My Thumb (Single Version) (featuring The Shelter People) 5:38
10. The Letter (Single Version Stereo Mix) (featuring The Shelter People) 4:10
11. Space Captain (Studio Single Version Stereo Mix) (featuring The Shelter People) 4:30
12. The Ballad Of Mad Dogs And Englishmen (featuring Leon Russell) 4:00



This Rarities Edition of Joe Cocker’s Mad Dogs & Englishmen contains the bonus tracks originally available as part of the 2006 Deluxe Edition of this album. For folks who never got around to updating, this allows the listener to forego purchasing the different updates and still grab ahold of the bonus material. There are eight additional live tracks from the performances that comprised the original album. Four feature Cocker on vocals, including two Beatles tunes (“Something,” “With a Little Help from My Friends,” of course) and the Band’s “The Weight.” Musical director Leon Russell pulls out “Dixie Lullaby” and “Hummingbird.” Two single versions of  “The Letter” and “Space Captain,” used to promote the album, are thrown next to two studio cuts, a loose and funky instrumental, “Warm-Up Jam” with Leon Russell and the Shelter People, and Russell singing “The Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen.” It’s as appealing to Leon Russell fans as Joe Cocker fans.