Singer Joe Cocker Dies at 70 The Hollywood Reporter - Music

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Cocker performed at the Woodstock Festival in 1969 and scored 19 charting hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including familiar recordings like 1968’s “With a Little Help From My Friends” read more ….Read More Via:: THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – MUSIC

Joe Cocker Dies at 70 Billboard – News

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Joe Cocker, the British rock artist best known for his cover of the Beatles’ “With a Little Help from My Friends” and the 1982 smash “Up Where We… ….Read More Via:: Billboard – News

A Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide for Cinephiles Thompson on Hollywood

Books: “Moments that Made the Movies” by David Thomson San Francisco-based David Thomson, the film critic for The New Republic, has written more than 20 movie books, among them must-owns such as “The New Biographical Dictionary of Film,” “The Big Screen,” and “‘Have You Seen…?': A Personal Introduction to 1000 Films.” ….Read More Via:: THOMPSON Read more


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TMZ reports that Joe Cocker, the English blues-rock singer with the intense howl and the distinctive stage presence, died of lung disease today while at home in Colorado. Cocker was 70. Read More… ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM

Jodeci – “Nobody Wins” (Feat. B.o.B) STEREOGUM

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The ridiculously influential ’90s R&B group Jodeci effectively broke up in 1996, but now they’re back together and releasing new music for the first time in 18 years. They reunited onstage at the Soul Train Awards earlier this year, where they sang a medley of classics and debuted “Nobody Wins,” ….Read More Via:: STEREOGUM