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Joe Cocker – Stingray (1976)

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Joe Cocker – Stingray (1976)

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01. The Jealous Kind [03:51]
02. I Broke Down [03:29]
03. You Came Along [03:50]
04. Catfish [05:25]
05. Moon Dew [05:54]
06. The Man In Me [02:44]
07. She Is My Lady [04:38]
08. Worrier [03:16]
09. Born Thru Indifference [06:15]
10. A Song For You [06:26]

Patti Austin - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Bonnie Bramlett - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Eric Clapton - Guitar
Joe Cocker - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Cornell Dupree 	- Guitar
Gordon Edwards - Bass
Felix "Flaco" Falcon - Percussion
Flaco - Congas
Steve Gadd - Drums, Guitar
Eric Gale - Arranger, Guitar
Lani Groves - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Gwen Guthrie - Vocals
Albert Lee - Guitar
Phyllis Lindsay - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Sam Rivers - Sax (Soprano), Saxophone
Richard Tee - Arranger, Keyboards, Organ
Brenda White - Vocals (Background)
Brenda White-King - Vocals
Maxine Willard Waters - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Deniece Williams - Vocals, Vocals (Background)


Recorded in Jamaica, Stingray finds Joe Cocker turning in a fine vocal performance throughout and shines on such covers as "A Song For You" and Bob Dylan's "The Man In Me." Stingray is full of gems worth seeking out. --- James Chrispell, Rovi


Stingray was the last album Joe Cocker ever released for A&M Records in April of 1976. This much overlooked album[which A&M failed to promote adequately]ranks as a favorite among his musical peers. Joe turns in some unbelievable vocal performances on such tunes as "The Jealous Kind", "A Song For You", "She is My Lady" and "The Worrier"[which Features Eric Clapton on guitar]. The soulful rhythm section is anchored by Joe's then backup band Stuff with lead guitarist Eric Gale providing flawless guitar solo's throughout. Great backup vocals are provided by Patti Austin, Deniece Williams and Bonnie Bramlet. The late Peter Tosh makes a cameo as well on the Dylan tune "The Man in Me". If you like Joe Cocker this is a must have import[never released domestically]which is very reasonably priced. It's been said by a prior review of this album many years ago by James Chrispell"Stingray is full of gems worth seeking out". --- swapacd.com

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