Joe CockerJoe Cocker
CatalogueA&M Records Inc.SP-4368(USA)
Release Date1972
Recording Date(1,2,3,4,5; August 1970)
Recording Location(1,2,3,4,5; Muscle Shoals)
Producer1,2,3,4,5;Denny Cordell
7,8;Nigel Thomas
6,9;Denny Cordell & Nigel Thomas
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Head Roadie
Cover Art CreditsPeter Smith(Photo)
Roland Young(AD)
John Cabalka(Design)
TunesWriterTime LengthCopyright
1.Pardon Me Sir
(Recorded at Muscle Shaols,August 1970)
Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton3:37TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
2.High Time We Went
(released sa a single with '4' in 1971(Fly BUG 9(UK)))
(Recorded at Muscle Shaols,August 1970)
Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton4:25TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
3.She Don't Mind
(Recorded at Muscle Shaols,August 1970)
Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton3:13TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
4.Black Eyed Blues
(released sa a single with '4' in 1971(Fly BUG 9(UK)))
(Recorded at Muscle Shaols,August 1970)
Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton4:37TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
5.Something To Say
(Recorded at Muscle Shaols,August 1970)
Joe Cocker/Nichols5:00TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
6.Midnight RiderGreg Allman4:00No Exit Music Co,Inc.(BMI)
7.Do Right WomanPenn/Moman7:00Press Music Co,Inc.(BMI)
8.Woman To WomanJoe Cocker/Chris Stainton4:26TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
9.St. James Infirmary BluesTrad.Arr.Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton6:10TRO-Andover Music,Inc.(ASCAP)
9.St. James Infirmary BluesFrey Assunto6:10Matador Music(BMI)
Joe CockerVocals
Chris StaintonPiano,Organ
Alan SpennerBass Guitarnot on 1-5Shelter Records
Neil HubbardGuitarnot on 1-5Shelter Records
Jim KeltnerDrums
Alan WhiteDrums
Felix FalconAssorted Percussion1
Rick AlphonsoTrumpet
Fred ScerboSax
Milton SloaneSax
Jim HornSax7Shelter Records
ReebopCongas7Island Records
Gloria JonesBacking Vocals
Viola WillsBacking Vocals
Lead Vocal7
Virginia AyersBacking Vocals
Beverly GardnerBacking Vocals
Conrad IsidoreDrums7,9
Specia Thanks
Marvin Bornstein & Bart Chiate without special assistance
this album could not have been completed.
Thank as well to
Bob Potter
Chris Kimsey
Gail Stainton
Charis Mitchell
Eileen Weaver
who provided constant support to their old men.