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John Lee Hooker
Free Beer And Chicken

  (Item #: hookefreeb_1908_12) 

Our Price: $249.99

  • KILLER sound from start to finish with both sides earning Shootout Winning Triple Plus (A+++) sound or very close to it
  • Hooker's albums are surprisingly good sounding - they have the open, immediate, dynamic qualities of a live-in-the-studio session - my understanding is that most of them are recorded precisely that way
  • These sides are doing it right - they're big, rich and Tubey Magical, with wonderfully present vocals and huge amounts of energy
  • Free Beer And Chicken is one of the better sounding John Lee Hooker records we’ve ever played lately - an interesting lineup of guests too, including the one and only Mr. Joe Cocker!
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Super Hot Stamper

John Lee Hooker
Free Beer And Chicken

  (Item #: hookefreeb_1912_03) 

Our Price: $199.99
Sale Price: $149.99 (You save $50.00 / 25%)


  • Outstanding sound, with both sides earning seriously good Double Plus (A++) grades - exceptionally quiet vinyl too, as quiet as ABC ever pressed 'em
  • Hooker's albums are surprisingly good sounding - they have the open, immediate, dynamic qualities of a live-in-the-studio session - my understanding is that most of them are recorded precisely that way
  • These sides are doing it right - they're big, rich and Tubey Magical, with wonderfully present vocals and huge amounts of energy
  • Free Beer And Chicken is one of the better sounding John Lee Hooker records we’ve ever played lately - an interesting lineup of guests too, including the one and only Mr. Joe Cocker!
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Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker! (1969)

  (Item #: cockejoeco_1969_2001) 

Our Price: $199.99

  • This Joe Cocker favorite has KILLER Shootout Winning Triple Plus (A+++) sound from the first note to the last
  • Consistently stronger material than his debut - did Cocker ever release an album with more good songs than these?
  • How's this for a track listing: Dear Landlord; Bird on the Wire; She Came in Through the Bathroom Window; Something; Delta Lady; Darling Be Home Soon - and there's more
  • "Cocker mixed elements of late-'60s English blues revival recordings (John Mayall, et al.) with the more contemporary sounds of soul and pop; a sound fused in no small part by producer and arranger Leon Russell, whose gumbo mix figures prominently on this eponymous release and the infamous Mad Dogs & Englishmen live set."
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Super Hot Stamper

Joe Cocker
Mad Dogs And Englishmen

  (Item #: cockemaddo_1911) 

Our Price: $149.99

  • An outstanding copy with all four sides earning Double Plus (A++) grades and playing about as quietly as these good, clean originals ever do
  • The sound is rich and tubey, with driving energy and the top end and clarity that was simply missing from far too many of the copies we had to wade through in order to find this one
  • 4 1/2 stars: "Unlike a lot of other "coffee table"-type rock releases of the era, such as Woodstock and The Concert for Bangladesh, people actually listened to Mad Dogs & Englishmen -- most of its content was exciting, and its sound, a veritable definition of big-band rock with three dozen players working behind the singer, was unique."
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Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker (1969)

Our Shootout Winner from 2016

  (Item #: cockejoeco_1969_2016) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

I put this album up against the best Cocker has ever made. He released both of his first two albums in 1969, strikingly reminiscent of another band we revere, Led Zeppelin. (Small world: Jimmy Page plays on Cocker's first release.)

The consistently high quality of the material is another reason this album has to be considered a Must Own. Did Cocker ever release an album with more good songs than these? On side one alone you'll find Dear Landlord; Bird on the Wire; She Came in Through the Bathroom Window; and Hitchcock Railway. On side two: Something; Delta Lady; Hello, Little Friend; and Darling Be Home Soon.

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Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker

Our Shootout Winner from 2007

  (Item #: cockejoeco_1972_2007) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

This Hot Stamper Original A&M LP has BIG BOLD sound. It’s dynamic, punchy and spacious. Just listen to the drums on Black-Eyed Blues -- the way the percussion and bass mingle sonically with Alan Whites’ skins takes this listener right into the room where the magic happened. This is definitely the best sounding Joe Cocker record we have ever heard.

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Joe Cocker - Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Our Shootout Winner from 2012

  (Item #: cockemaddo_2012) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

This original A&M 2 LP pressing has FOUR EXCELLENT SIDES, including a shootout-winning A+++ SIDE TWO!

We did not give out a lot of top grades on this record -- Super Hot is WAY better than most of what we heard (which to be honest was just not very good, a subject we discuss below). Overall this is the best copy to ever hit the site, boasting plenty of soulful rock and roll energy.

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Joe Cocker - With a Little Help From My Friends

Speakers Corner (Reviewed in the '90s)

  (Item #: cockewitha_speakers_corner) 



Sonic Grade: B

One of the better Speakers Corner releases. We haven't played a copy of this record in years, but back in the day we liked it, so let's call it a "B" with the caveat that the older the review, the more likely we are to have changed our minds. Not sure if we would still agree with what we wrote back in the '90s when this record came out, but here it is anyway.

"Speakers corner knocks one out of the park with this wonderful reissue! Those conga drums and the back-up singers sound so much better than I remember them! If you''re going to own one Joe Cocker album make it this one. It's a man-size serving of English Soul."

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The Joe Cocker You Don't Know

With A Little Help From My Friends

  (Item #: cockewitha_2016) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock Hall of Fame and Cocker's MASTERPIECE of White Soul, and, sadly, a Classic That's All but Forgotten.

We just finished our first shootout in over FIVE years for the album and were SHOCKED by how amazing the best copies can sound, even better than we remember them from last time around. Turn this one up good and loud and you’ll have Joe Cocker in all his raspy glory belting out With A Little Help From My Friends right in your very own listening room!

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