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Something to Say
Joe Cocker
Something to Say
Genres: Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (9) - Disc #1

1972 album for the British rock/soul vocalist. Nine tracks including the classic, 'St. James Infirmary Blues'.


CD Details

All Artists: Joe Cocker
Title: Something to Say
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Castle Music UK
Release Date: 7/1/1992
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock
Styles: Soft Rock, Blues Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Description
1972 album for the British rock/soul vocalist. Nine tracks including the classic, 'St. James Infirmary Blues'.

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"Joe Cocker" vs "Joe Cocker!"
J. Rilling Johnston | Cumberland, MD USA | 02/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've been enjoying Joe Cocker's music for 30+ years. But it wasn't until I started to replace my vinyl album collection with the new CD format that I uncovered a discrepancy with the titles. And I'm writing this to maybe clarify the previous reviewer's comments - or get things more confused.

I had two Joe Cocker albums: "Joe Cocker!" and "With A Little Help From My Friends". I replaced both albums with CDs.

BUT - My Joe Cocker! CD (labeled A&M Records, #CD3326) has 10 songs: Dear Landlord, Bird on the Wire, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, She Came In Through the Bathroom Window, Hitchcock Railway, That's Your Business Now, Something, Delta Lady, Hello Little Friend, and Darling Be Home Soon.

Since I bought mine, the label has changed (now Interscope Records) and 2 bonus tracks were added: She's Good to Me, and Let It Be.

Recently a Joe Cocker fan told me, "...the album "Joe Cocker" was released in the USA after Mad Dogs in 1972. Do not confuse the album with "Joe Cocker!" from 1969. The "Joe Cocker" album featured tunes like "Midnight Rider", "Pardon Me Sir", "Something to Say" and "High Time We Went", to name a few. To my knowledge it has never been released in the states on cd."

What does this have to do with the "Something to Say" CD? "Something to Say" and "Cocker Happy" are 2 of the 3 imported CD titles Joe Cocker's self-titled album was released as in CD format.

Hope this helps."
Excellent 1972 Cocker album
Franz Jaramillo | Miami, Florida | 09/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Probably one of the mos rarest albums of the British Ray charles, the first time that i ever hear thi album was in 1987, in LP format ( but the album is originally record in 1972), in A & M record label

My favorite tunes of these record are PARDON ME SIR & HIGH TIME WE WENT.
The Lp format is different from the cd because is the the USa version , and doesn t have a tittle, The Uk version is called something to say.
The Usa version show us COCKER in action with his microfonne, a wheel of fire around him , and all his bad members, is a pity , that the usa market doesn producethe same version, but the songs a re terrific..

My Mom was looking for this record, for years & years , adn i bough for her in WWW.AMAZON.COM.

Thanks Amazon..