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Name:Joe Cocker Luxury You Can Afford (1978)

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00 Joe Cocker - Luxury You Can Afford.nfo (Size: 63.79 MB) (Files: 16)

 00 Joe Cocker - Luxury You Can Afford.nfo

3.23 KB

 00 Joe Cocker - Luxury You Can Afford.sfv

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 01 Fun Time.mp3

4.09 MB

 02 Watching The River Flow.mp3

4.92 MB

 03 Boogie Baby.mp3

5.73 MB

 04 A Whiter Shade Of Pale.mp3

7.91 MB

 05 I Can't Say No.mp3

4.34 MB

 06 Southern Lady.mp3

4.91 MB

 07 I Know (You Don't Want Me No More).mp3

4.73 MB

 08 What You Did To Me Last Night.mp3

5.19 MB

 09 Lady Put The Light Out.mp3

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 10 Wasted Years.mp3

7.04 MB

 11 I Heard It Through The Grapevine.mp3

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Artist : Joe Cocker
Album : Luxury You Can Afford
Source : CD
Year : 1978
Genre : Classic Rock

Encoder : iTunes 8.0
Codec : Fraunhofer
Bitrate : 192K/s 44100Hz Stereo
ID3-Tag : ID3v2.2

Ripped By : Maude & Eddie on 10/14/2008
Posted By : Moogly on 11/24/2009

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Track Listing
1. Fun Time (2:40)
2. Watching The River Flow (3:16)
3. Boogie Baby (3:51)
4. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (5:27)
5. I Cant Say No (2:51)
6. Southern Lady (3:16)
7. I Know (You Dont Want Me No More) (3:08)
8. What You Did To Me Last Night (3:28)
9. Lady Put The Light Out (4:46)
10. Wasted Years (4:49)
11. I Heard It Through The Grapevine (4:29)

Total Playing Time: 42:05 (min:sec)
Total Size : 58.5 MB (61,300,110 bytes)

Luxury You Can Afford was Joe Cockers only album for Asylum Records. Released in 1978 and produced by Allen Toussaint, it had all the pedigree to be a great recording. With Cockers trademark wounded, Ray Charles-derived vocal style and Toussaints genius with fluid, soulful horn charts, it really should have been another high-water mark in Cockers career. That it only partly succeeds is the disappointment, but with this reissue from Wounded Bird Records, a reappraisal seems in order, and with hindsight, Luxury You Can Afford was much more solid an outing than it first appeared to be. Cockermores version of Bob Dylans "Watching the River Flow" is a perfect cover, and Toussaints horns give the arrangement a solid swing, and some swagger and punch as well. "I Cant Say No," written by John Bettis and Daniel Moore, could stand in as an autobiography of Cockers early years, and lines like "I cant say no/I never could" sung in Cockers woozy, world-beaten voice carry the ring of absolute truth, as does the soulful and wounded resignation of Cockers signature rasp on "Wasted Years," a song written by Phil Driscoll. The lead track, the wonderful "Fun Time" (penned by Toussaint), was hyped as a disco track at the time of the albums release, but now appears to have been really more of a New Orleans dance and party cut, and it rocks smoothly and firmly without ever tipping over into Donna Summer territory. What mars Luxury You Can Afford, though, are two covers that must have looked good on paper, Procol Harums "A Whiter Shade of Pale" and Norman Whitfields "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," most notably done in a for-the-ages version by Marvin Gaye. Both songs would seem tailor-made for Cockers vocal approach, but the arrangements on Luxury sink them immediately. "Pale" is paced too slow, a critical problem for a song that depends on its hazy ennui to work in the first place, while the arrangement for "Grapevine" come across as disjointed and blustery, a situation that plays to Cockers weaknesses rather than his strengths. Without these two serious missteps, Luxury You Can Afford would have the coherence of tone to be resurrected as an underappreciated classic. With them, unfortunately, it suffers from a sad musical schizophrenia.

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