Heart & Soul (Joe Cocker album)

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Heart & Soul
Heart & Soul alt.jpg
Studio album by Joe Cocker
Released 12 October 2004 (Europe)
25 January 2005 (USA)
Recorded 2004
Genre Rock
Length 50:58
Label EMI
Producer C. J. Vanston
Joe Cocker chronology
Ultimate Collection
(2004)Ultimate Collection2004
Heart & Soul
(2004)
Gold
(2006)Gold2006
Alternative cover
Heart & Soul (Joe Cocker album) cover art.jpg
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[1]

Heart & Soul is the nineteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released in the UK on 12 October 2004, and in the US on 1 February 2005. The album is composed solely of cover songs, including a live version of the U2 song "One" taken from Cocker's 2004 Night of the Proms performance in Antwerp, Belgium.

The album reached No. 64 on Billboard's 200.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What's Going On" – 5:15 (Renaldo Benson, Al Cleveland, Marvin Gaye)
  2. "Chain of Fools" – 3:46 (Don Covay)
  3. "One" – 4:36 (U2)
  4. "I Who Have Nothing" – 4:03 (Carlo Donida Labati, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Julio Rapetti)
  5. "Maybe I'm Amazed" – 3:24 (Paul McCartney)
  6. "I Keep Forgetting" – 3:36 (Leiber, Stoller)
  7. "I Put a Spell on You" – 4:33 (Screamin' Jay Hawkins)
  8. "Every Kind of People" – 4:20 (Andy Fraser)
  9. "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" – 4:16 (Miles Gregory)
  10. "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" – 3:42 (James Taylor)
  11. "Jealous Guy" – 4:08 (John Lennon)
  12. "Everybody Hurts" – 5:19 (Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Michael Stipe)

Personnel[edit]

Technical
  • Roger Davies – executive producer
  • Marc DeSisto – engineer
  • Greg Ladanyi – engineer, mixing
  • Kevin Harp – assistant engineer, Pro-Tools
  • James Hoyson – assistant engineer
  • Bruce Monical – assistant engineer
  • Chris Wonzer – assistant engineer
  • Bob Clearmountain – mixing
  • Robert Hadley – mastering
  • Doug Sax – mastering
  • Sixtus Oechsle – sound editing
  • Dave Carlock – Pro-Tools
  • Danielle Ondarza – orchestra contractor
  • Tom Halm – production co-ordination, copyist
  • Jeri Heiden – art direction
  • Ryan Corey – design
  • Kevin Westenberg – photography
  • Christopher Wray-McCann – photography

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Switzerland 17
Germany 14
Belgium 20
Austria 23
New Zealand 32
Netherlands 39
Poland 40
Chart (2005) Peak
position
New Zealand 33 (Australian Tour Edition)
USA 61

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. Heart & Soul at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Heart & Soul – Charts". Billboard.com. Retrieved 23 December 2012.