TitleAuthor
Live In L.A.Joe Cocker
CatalogueCube Records Ltd.
Castle Communications PLC
Castle Classics CLALP 189(England/1990)
Release Date1976
Recording Date1972
Recording Locationthe Hollywood Bowl
Long Beach Arena
(Los Angels,California)
New Heaven Connecticut
ProducerNigel Thomas
for Straight Ahead Productions 1976
Recording Mobilethe Wally Heider Mobile(Hollywood Bowl)
Synchron Sound(New Heaven)
Recording EngineerRay Thompson(W.H.Mobile)
Bill Lobb(S.Sound)
Arrangement
Mixing Date
Mixing LocationAir Studios(London)
Mixing EngineerDenny Bridges
Steve Nye
Mastering Location
Mastering Engineer
Cutting Engineer
Project Coordinator
Head Roadie
Equipment
ProductionStaright Ahead Productions 1976
Cover Art Credits
TunesWriterTime LengthCopyright
1.Dear LandlordBob DylanWarner Brothers Music
2.Early In The MorningHickman/Jourdan/BartleyAnglo-Pic Music
3.Didn't You Know You've Got To Cry Sometime?Ashford/SimpsonJobete Music (Ldn)
4.St. James InfirmaryJ. PrimroseMills Music
5.Hitchcock RailwayDunn/McCashenScreen Gems/EMI
6.Midnight RiderGreg AllmanShapiro Bernstein & Co.
7.What Kind Of Man Are You?Ray CharlesProgressive/Carlin Music
8.High Time We WentJoe Cocker/Chris StaintonWriters Workshop Ltd.
9.Love The One You're WithS.StillsWarner Brothers Music
A-side=1-5/B-side=6-9
Players
NamePartComentCourtesy
Joe CockerVocals
Chris StaintonKeyboards
Alan SpennerBass Guitar
Neil HubbardGuitar
Jim KarsteinDrums
Felix FalconPercussion
Jim HornSax,Flute
Bobby KeysTTenor Sax
Jim PriceTrumpet
Viola WillsBacking Vocals
Virginia AyersBacking Vocals
Beverly GardnerBacking Vocals
Conrad IsidoreDrums2,9
Glenn Ross CampbellSteel Guitar2,9
Jim KeltnerDrums4,5
Coments
This Album is a selection of the best live recordings of concerts
performed by Joe Cocker in 1972.It includes several live versions
of Cocker classics such as "High Time We Went" and "Hitchcock
Railway", as well as new tracks like "Love The One You're With",
"If You're Lonely,You've Got To Hurt Sometime", "Early In The
Morning", and "What Kind Of Man Are You?".The electricity of live
performance, which is the very essence of Joe Cocker,is captured
on this album, providing a natural companion to his previous live
classic "Mad Dogs And Englishmen".