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Cocker

Edward. 1631--75, English arithmetician
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He was lean as a gnawed bone and looked fit, as did his dog: she was a female English cocker, a roan with subdued liver on a white background and tan on her muzzle and eyebrows.
One of the newspapers said that nobody needed Cocker or his examples as he represented those overseas entertainers who had no respect for the legal system in Australia.
Drummer Ringo Starr, who took lead vocals on the Beatles version of the song, tweeted: "Goodbye and God bless to Joe Cocker.
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Cocker was born in May 1944 in Sheffield, where he lived until his early twenties.
Cocker lived in Crawford, Colorado, where he and his wife, Pam, had set up the Cocker Kids' Foundation to support local youth.
Mr Cocker said: "We're profitable, growing quickly, have just had both our busiest week and month, and have lots of exciting plans to expand into other sectors.
Kate and William have chosen a working line from the cocker spaniel breed, which needs lots of attention and activity and so may not be suitable for all people.
Cassie joins the abandoned and neglected cocker spaniels who find their way into loving hands.
Bolstered by some very sharp guitar work from top session-man Gene Black and the twin keyboards of Nick Milo (ex Tower of Power) and the legendary hammond organ specialist Mick Finnigan (Hendrix, Frampton, Stewart) Cocker triumphed over the high humidity of the night as his powerful voice pitched in range from baritone to alto with a 90-minute set of hits that covered most of his 40-year career.
Cocker has previously strayed into the spoken word with his recording of the classic monologue Alrbert And The Lion.
In a small community like this, I think you need the local control and the local ownership," Cocker said.