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Cocker Dies a Death. J. Atlas. Melody Maker, 49:35. 1974-6-15
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Joe Cocker. Nick Kent. NME. 1973-1
Joe; It Always Happens to Me. Chris Welch. Melody Maker, 47:15. 1972-11-18
Cocker, On Toes, Busted Again. J. Rose. Rolling Stone, 122:12. 1972-11-23
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Woman to Woman (1370) review. Record World, 18. 1972-11-25
They Put Me in the Same Cell as a Bank Robber and a Murder Suspect. Keith Altham. NME. 1972-11
Cocker In Better Shape, M-A's Set Too Short. Beverly Magid. Record World, 131. 1972-10-21
Cocker's 1st Jersey Gig. Record World, 18. 1972-9-2
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Midnight Rider review. Broadcasting, 53. 1972-9-11
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Cocker Got $800 For Mad Dogs and Englishmen; Why--and How. P. McCabe. Crawdaddy, 13:25-30. 1972-6-11
Joe: Just Singin' In the Band. M. Plummer. Melody Maker, 47:43. 1972-6-17
America. J. Sims. Melody Maker, 47:6. 1972-5-6
What's Going On Here, Joe Cocker? T. Crouse. Rolling Stone, 109:20+, 1972-5-25
Lincoln Special. Melody Maker, 47:33. 1972-5-27
Talent in Action. Nat Freedland. Billboard, 84:16. 1972-5-27
I Almost Forgot What Rock 'n' Roll Was All About. Andrew Tyler. Disc and Music Echo. 1972-5
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Cocker Realigns Mgmt; Starts New Spring Tour. Cash Box, 12. 1972-3-18
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Poor Old Joe. R. Hollingsworth. Melody Maker, 47:24-5. 1972-3-25
Joe Cocker Pops Over to U. S. C. Hodenfield. Rolling Stone, 105:8. 1972-3-30
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Feeling Alright (1063) review. Cash Box, 22. 1971-12-18
Cocker Is Back In Action. Melody Maker, 46:3. 1971-6-12
Cordell On Cocker. M. Watts. Melody Maker, 46:18. 1971-6-26
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Mad Dogs and Englishmen; Takes You Where the Music Is. L. Solomon. Down Beat, 38:13. 1971-5-13
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On the Road. J. Cocks. Time, 97:70. 1971-4-19
Films, Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Rolling Stone, 81:50. 1971-4-29
Cocker & Bacharach A&M Soundtrack Stars. Record World, 52. 1971-3-6
Cocker Single Follows Rule. Billboard, 55. 1971-3-27
Cocker Comes Full Circle. Chris Charlesworth. Melody Maker, 46:5. 1971-1-16
Cameras On Cocker. R. Coleman. Melody Maker, 46:14. 1971-1-30
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Cry Me a River (1200) Review. Cash Box, 22. 1970-10-3
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How Cocker Conquered America. Melody Maker, 45:13. 1970-9-12
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Love Cockers All. Ben Fong-Torres. Rolling Stone, 60:38-40. 1970-6-11
A&M Stocks Faith in Cocker Film As Another Woodstock. Eliot Teagel. Billboard, 3. 1970-5-2
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The Letter (1174) Review. Billboard, 80. 1970-4-11
The Letter/Space Captain (1174) Review. Record World, 14. 1970-4-11
Cocker, Hawkins, Crows: Rock Revue At Its Best. Dave Fickle. Record World, 38. 1970-4-11
Which One Is Joe? Time, 95:67. 1970-4-13
Blue Thumb, A&M Co-op Tour. Billboard, 33. 1970-3-28
Cocker and That Boogaloo Sound. R. Eldridge. Melody Maker, 45:10. 1970-2-21
Joe Cocker, King Crimson, Fleetwood Mac. Cash Box, 44. 1969-12-6
King Crimson Makes Rock Turn Red. Ed Ochs. Billboard, 81:22. 1969-12-6
She Came In Through the Bathroom Window (1147) review. Cash Box, 22. 1969-11-22
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Why Did Cocker's White Soul Fail? R. Eldridge. Melody Maker, 44:16-7. 1969-10-18
Joe Cocker! (SP 4224) review. Cash Box, 34. 1969-10-25
Delta Lady (1112) Review. Billboard, 110. 1969-9-6
Delta Lady (1112) Review. Cash Box, 24. 1969-9-6
Cocker Shakes, Rocks and Souls; "Dead" Alive. Dan Goldberg. Billboard, 81:18. 1969-8-2
Records. John Mendelsohn. Rolling Stone, 40:36. 1969-8-23
With a Little Help from My Friends. John Mendelsohn. Rolling Stone. 1969-8
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A Little Help From His Friends. Cash Box, 38. 1969-5-10
Feeling Alright (1063) review. Cash Box, 24. 1969-5-10
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Beck-Cocker, NRBQ Stone Club with Avalanche of Rock Sounds. Ed Ochs. Billboard, 81:20. 1969-5-17
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With a Little Help from My Friends (SP 4182) Review. Cash Box, 38. 1969-5-17
With a Little Help from My Friends (SP 4182) Review. Billboard, 76. 1969-5-17
An English Artist. Valley Independent. 1969-5-22
Joe Finds Singing More Lucrative These Days. Kurt Lassen. Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star, 8-A. 1969-5-24
Bios for Dee Jays. Cash Box, 32. 1969-5-31
Joe Cocker: "U.S.'s Only Culture Is Black." R. Yorke. Rolling Stone, 28:10. 1969-3-1
With a Little Help from My Friends (991) Review. Billboard, 74. 1968-11-2
With a Little Help from My Friends (991) Review. Record World, 10. 1968-11-2
With a Little Help from My Friends (991) Review. Cash Box, 18. 1968-11-2
Pop Think-In By Joe Cocker. Melody Maker, 43:14-5. 1968-11-16
Soul Sheffield Style. Chris Welch. Melody Maker, 43:5. 1968-10-26
John and Paul Send Their Thanks to Joe. Keith Altham. NME. 1968-10