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One Night Of Sin - Joe Cocker

  • CD
  • 1989
  • Capitol
  • Pop Rock

One Night Of Sin

Joe Cocker

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When The Night Comes
I Will Live For You
I'Ve Got To Use My Imagination
Letting Go
Just To Keep From Drowning
Unforgiven (Bonus Track)
Another Mind Gone
You Know We'Re Gonna Hurt
Bad Bad Sign
I'M Your Man
One Night Of Sin


Personnel: Joe Cocker (Vocals); Bryan Adams, Phil Grande, Jeff Pevar (Guitar); Lenny Pickett, Frank Elmo, Mario Cruz, Crispin Cioe,
Deric Dyer, Arno Hecht (Saxophone); Paul Litteral, Mark Pender (Trumpet); Richie Labamba, Robert Funk (Trombone); Jeff Levine (Pian
O, Organ, Synthesizer, Percussion); Chris Stainton (Organ, Synthesizer); T.M. Stevens (Bass); David Beal (Drums, Percussion); Bashir
I Johnson (Percussion); Curtis King, Vaneese Thomas, Tawatha Agee (Background Vocals). Recorded At Atlantic Recording Studio, New Yo
Rk, New York. This Followup To Cocker'S Comeback Album (1987'S Unchain My Heart) Boasts The Same Band, The Same Production Team, And
The Same Esthetic Approach, I.E. It'S A Savvy Mix Of Slick Late '80S Power Ballads And Cannily Chosen Cover Songs. The Latter, Not
Surprisingly, Provide The Meat Of The Album. Cocker Apparently Relates To The Sexual Paranoia In Leonard Cohen'S "I'M Your Man," An
D He Gives It An Appropriately Volcanic Rendering. Even Better, He Seems To Locate A Similar Feeling Of Dread In The Old Little Will
Ie John/Peggy Lee Chestnut "Fever," And He Positively Out- Elvis'S Elvis With His Take On The Similarly-Themed Title Song. Guilt Nev
Er Sounded So Good.
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