Live in L.A. (Joe Cocker album)

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Live in L.A.
Live album by Joe Cocker
Released 1976
Recorded 28 September 1972 at Hollywood Bowl and Autumn 1972 Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles
Genre Rock
Length 45:59
Label Cube Records
Producer Nigel Thomas
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Live in L.A. is a selection of the best live recordings of concerts performed by Joe Cocker in 1972 with The Chris Stainton Band. It includes several live versions of Cocker's classics such as "High Time We Went" and "Hitchcock Railway", as well as new tracks like "Love the One You're With" and "Didn't You Know You've Got to Cry Sometime", "Early in the Mornin'" and "What Kind of Man are You". The electricity of live performance, which is the very essence of Joe Cocker, is captured on this album, providing a natural companion to his previous live classic Mad Dogs and Englishmen.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dear Landlord" (Bob Dylan)
  2. "Early in the Mornin'" (Leo Hickman, Louis Jordan, Dallas Bartley)
  3. "Didn't You Know You've Got to Cry Sometime" (Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson)
  4. "St. James Infirmary" (Joe Primrose)
  5. "Hitchcock Railway" (Don Dunn, Tony McCashen)
  6. "Midnight Rider" (Gregg Allman)
  7. "What Kind of Man are You?" (Ray Charles)
  8. "High Time We Went" (Joe Cocker, Chris Stainton)
  9. "Love the One You're With" (Stephen Stills)

Production notes[edit]

  • Recorded live at Hollywood Bowl and Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles, 1972
  • Produced by Nigel Thomas


  • Bill Lobb, Denny Bridges, Ray Thompson, Steve Nye - engineer