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Joe Cocker : Mad dogs & Englishmen

Author: Jerry MossPierre AdidgeHarry MarksRobert AbelJacoba AtlasAll authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : A & M Records : Distributed by Universal Music & Video, 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Mad Dogs and Englishmen" is a celebration of Joe Cocker's magical mystery tour of the United States in 1970. Faced with a booked tour and no band, a group of friends came to his aid, forming an entourage of 42 musicians, singers, wives, girl friends, children and dogs, who set out to create the world's first flying commune. The film follows Cocker and company through airports, bus terminals, motel pools, hotel  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Rock music
Concert films
Biographical films
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Feature films
Named Person: Joe Cocker
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jerry Moss; Pierre Adidge; Harry Marks; Robert Abel; Jacoba Atlas; Joe Cocker; Leon Russell; Chris Stainton; Jim Price; Bobby Keys; Jim Gordon; Jim Keltner; Carl Radle; Don Preston; Sandy Konikoff; Chuck Blackwell; Bobby Torres; Jim Horn; Rita Coolidge; Claudia Lennear; Donna Washburn; Donna Weiss; A&M Records (Firm); Creative Film Associates (Firm); Universal Music (Firm)
ISBN: 9786309674920 6309674927
OCLC Number: 62234548
Language Note: In English with optional English, French, German, Spanish, or Brazilian Portuguese subtitles.
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1971.
Special features: Personal playlist [programmable by song title]; liner notes written by Jacoba Atlas and others.
Credits: Director of photography, Dave Myers ; film editor, Sidney Levin, montage edited by Leonard South.
Performer(s): Joe Cocker [vocals], Leon Russell [guitar, piano], Chris Stainton [piano, organ]; The Band: Jim Price [trumpet], Bobby Keys [tenor saxophone], Jim Gordon [drums], Jim Keltner [drums], Carl Radle [bass guitar], Don Preston [guitar], Sandy Konikoff [percussion], Chuck Blackwell [drums, percussion], Bobby Torres [congas], Jim Horn [saxophone]; The Space Choir: Rita Coolidge, Claudia Lennear, Donna Washburn, Donna Weiss, Pamela Poland, Don Preston, Matthew Moore, Dan Moore, Bobby Jones, Nicole Barclay; Denny Cordell, Barney Cordell, Tarka Cordell, Sherman "Smitty" Jones, Emily Smith; The Ladies: Connie DiNardo, Gail Stainton, Linda Wolf, Andrea Cohen, Carol Hughsby, Carla Brown, Kay Poorboy, Francine Brockey, Judy Keys, Sallay Clear, Darlene Coy.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 118 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (22 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD, DTS 5.1 surround, Dolby digital 5.1 surround, Dolby digital 2.0 stereo, full screen.
Contents: Performances: Delta lady --
Feelin' alright --
Darlin' be home soon --
She came in through the bathroom window --
Let it be --
The letter --
Sticks and stones --
Lawdy Miss Clawdy --
Mad dogs & Englishmen theme --
Honky tonk woman --
Space captain --
Something --
With a little help from my friends --
Please give peace a chance.
Other Titles: Delta lady.
Feelin' alright.
Feeling alright.
Darlin' be home soon.
Darling be home soon.
She came in through the bathroom window.
Let it be.
Letter.
Sticks and stones.
Lawdy Miss Clawdy.
Mad dogs & Englishmen theme.
Mad dogs and Englishmen theme.
Honky tonk woman.
Space captain.
Something.
With a little help from my friends.
Please give peace a chance.
Mad dogs & Englishmen
Mad dogs and Englishmen
Responsibility: an A & M Film in association with Creative Film Associates ; produced by Pierre Adidge, Harry Marks, & Robert Abel ; directed by Pierre Adidge.

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"Mad Dogs and Englishmen" is a celebration of Joe Cocker's magical mystery tour of the United States in 1970. Faced with a booked tour and no band, a group of friends came to his aid, forming an entourage of 42 musicians, singers, wives, girl friends, children and dogs, who set out to create the world's first flying commune. The film follows Cocker and company through airports, bus terminals, motel pools, hotel kitchens, and a picnic, but the point of the film is the music, and the musical scenes offer some of the best filmed rock music since "Woodstock." Along with the behind-the-scenes aspect, director Pierre Adidge has an instinctive feel for the Cocker personality, onstage and off, and when the band finishes an exceptional take, the joy they feel is visible.

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