Worst out of any Joe Cocker collection don't bother!
Jason Ross | Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada! | 03/15/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This one has got to be awful give it a rest. Enough releases already of Joe Cocker's compilations he's already got 4 CD collection albums with "Greatest Hits", "Classics Volume 4", "The Best of" from Capitol label recording and last his "Anthology". So anyway hear me out don't get Super Hits it's a cheap waste of time pretty low budget investment to ever come out on a different record label such as Sony for buying and to own instead!"
L. Ortwein | DETROIT,MICHIGAN,USA | 04/24/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If your a "TRUE" Joe Cocker fan.. as many of us are, It doesnt matter how many "BEST OF" cds he releases! We LOVE them ALL! Each one usually has 1 or more differ songs that have not been released before,and that in itself makes it all worth while to us "TRUE COCKER FANS"! Thank you very much!"
Mellow and Soothing
dwoomusic | Texas | 06/08/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Joe Cocker: Super Hits (2000)
This album is smooth and mellow with a jazzy feel. The album has a diverse array of music. Track #1 ("You Can Leave Your Hat On") is perfect when you want to get frisky with your lover. When you want to relax with your significant other, put this CD in your player and play track #2 "You Are So Beautiful." This is a wonderful album. It has all my favorite Joe Cocker songs. "Have A Little Faith In Me" is my most favorite Joe Cocker song. Hollywood has even used this song in Look Who's Talking, Now.
This album is full of love and support songs. Every song can bring you closer to you loved one. His voice is soothing. His voice is unique, but I think you could call this album a "make-out" CD. This album would fall under the same category as Barry White without the deep bass voice. This album has the same feel.
I like the guitar and drum beat of track #6, "Let The Healing Begin." This song has a dance rhythm, but the words are really powerful.
This is my only album by Joe Cocker, but I enjoy his music very much. I recommend this album to anyone who likes a mellow sound with a strong blues and jazz feel. Remember Joe Cocker when you just want to "veg out."