9 thoughts on “ Runaway Train - Joe Cocker - Hard Knocks

  1. Teaming up with Matt Serletic, a producer who made his name via his work with Collective Soul and especially Matchbox Twenty, Joe Cocker comes up with a clean, shiny machine on Hard disco.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfoe Cocker's trademark soulful rasp, this isn't an especially warm album. It's bright and bold, as hard and shiny as stainless steel, but there isn't a meanness to it: it's professional to its core, each 6/
  2. Runaway Train Lyrics: When I had it all up / And I can't explain why / I keep on changing names / Try to depend on time, you know / To get you out of my mind / What makes it worse than that / Is I can.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Joe Cocker - Hard Knocks at Discogs. Complete your Joe Cocker collection/5(58).
  4. Joe Cocker - Runaway Train Lyrics. When I had it all up And I can't explain why I keep on changing names Try to depend on time, you know To get you out of my mind What.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Hard Knocks on Discogs/5(10).
  6. Oct 01,  · Hard Knocks is the twenty-first and penultimate studio album by Joe Cocker, released on 1 October by Columbia Records in Europe. It features nine new songs produced by Matt Serletic plus Cocker's version of the Dixie Chicks number "I Hope", which was produced by Tony Brown.
  7. Hard Knocks is the twenty-first and penultimate studio album by Joe Cocker, released on 1 October by Columbia Records in Europe. It features nine new songs produced by Matt Serletic plus Cocker's version of the Dixie Chicks number "I Hope", which was produced by Tony Brown. Apart from a regular CD release, the album was also released on disco.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo: Rock, blues.
  8. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Hard Knocks at disco.truthhammerburinnfenriktilar.infoinfo Read honest and unbiased Joe Cocker's new CD is an absolute gem! Send that pity party packing on the midnight train, Get it gone, Ship it out." "Runaway Train" throbs like an updated "Hitchcock Railway." I also really like the slower "So." This is an /5(46).

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