Remastered by Greg Moore from 1/4-Inch Analog Tape and Pressed at MPO France: Audiophile-Quality Pressing of Mad Dogs & Englishmen Also Has Gatefold-Sleeve Packaging
Let's go get stoned! In the pantheon of classic live albums, Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs & Englishmen is near the very top, alongside Woodstock and The Last Waltz in defining the spirit of a generation. The tour, album, and film catapulted Joe Cocker, Leon Russell and Rita Coolidge to superstardom. And now, the record can be enjoyed in spectacular sound courtesy of this 180g vinyl 2LP pressing, remastered by Greg Moore from 1/4-inch analog tape and pressed at MPO France.
Cocker's tour rolled across America, from Detroit to New York to California, from March-May 1970. With Cocker in his prime, driven by a phenomenal band with ringmaster Leon Russell, three drummers, a horn section, and a 10-strong choir, the outing was one of the greatest and most colorful in history.
The repertoire of the craziest, loudest, longest rock 'n' roll circus to have ever hit America includes legendary performances of "She Came In Through The Bathroom Window," "The Letter," "Feelin' Alright," "Delta Lady," "Bird On A Wire," "Cry Me A River," "Let's Go Get Stoned" and "Space Captain." And over 45 years later, the excitement of Mad Dogs & Englishmen remains!