Brocks Music Shed

13th November 2012 Tuesday.

 

roughseasinthemed    click to visit her site and enjoy.

Roughseas has again asked for a post and due to her loyalty and our kindness at CyKlopps we thought it only proper to honour her request. And Roughseas I really do hope you like and enjoy the tunes I have posted for you. As for the others in your list we will keep them for another day. Do not want to flood the market.

John Robert “Joe” Cocker  OBE (born 20 May 1944) is an English rock and blues singer, who came to popularity in the 1960s, and is known for his gritty voice, his idiosyncratic arm movements while performing, and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of the Beatles.   He is the recipient of several awards, including a 1983 Grammy Award for his #1 hit “Up…

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  1. I was worried for a sec — I thought you had rough seas ahead, and needed your friends to help — which you know I would. I love this song — didn’t the first time I heard it, ’cause I was still hooked on the Beatles. Didn’t take long for me to learn how very much better it is than the original. Thanks for nice memories, bloggy sis. Love you!

    • This was s from Cyklopps, Ride Again, my blog partners Gerry’s post It is s brilliant is it not?
      This was another well thought out, well researched post by hm. I am so glad you noticed an liked it Tersia. ~ Take care my dear friend.

    • Great song, and only K Joe Cocker can do it like it should be. Even better then how Ringo does it on the Sgt Peppers Lonely Club Heart Band album, the original version,. It is as Paul McCartney & John Lennon wrote the tune just for Joe Cocker.
      Thank you dear Maxi. I always love to find you have visited

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