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No Ordinary World

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Download links and information about No Ordinary World by Joe Cocker. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:01:15 minutes.

Artist: Joe Cocker
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:01:15
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. First We Take Manhattan 3:44
2. Different Roads 4:59
3. My Father's Son 4:29
4. While You See a Chance 3:51
5. She Believes In Me 4:44
6. No Ordinary World 3:52
7. Where Would I Be Now 5:28
8. Ain't Gonna Cry Again 4:06
9. Soul Rising 3:57
10. Naked Without You 4:31
11. Love to Lean On 4:17
12. On My Way Home 4:13
13. Lie to Me 4:01
14. Love Made a Promise 5:03

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For most intents and purposes, No Ordinary World is an ordinary latter-day Joe Cocker album, filled with slick but impassioned ballads, moderately paced rockers, and smooth adult contemporary pop songs. The thing is, this is just a cut above average, thanks to uniformly fine performances from Cocker and a strong set of songs. Yes, at 14 songs, there are inevitably a couple of slow patches, but there are not only good covers here ("First We Take Manhattan," "While You See a Chance") but some good professionally crafted tunes like "Different Roads," the title track, and the Michael McDonald/Tony Joe White composition, "Where Would I Be Now." No Ordinary World may not erase memories of the fiery early Cocker albums, nor is it quite as memorable as the best of his latter-day work, but for longtime fans, it's a nice, satisfying listen.