It’s just over two years since Joe Cocker died on the 22nd December 2014 aged 70. The iconic British rock star has been much missed. Now it’s time honouring his memory with the first comprehensive double album with all the hits and highlights of his career. From 1968’s self-penned Marjorine through to his last triumphant tour recording in 2013, the album pays tribute to his impressive life’s work through many unforgettable recordings. Included are the live anthems The Letter and Cry Me A River; ballads such as You Are So Beautiful, You Don’t Love Me Anymore, Many Rivers To Cross; plus Up Where We Belong or You Can Leave Your Hat On from his film contributions and of course Joe’s final chart toppers Hard Knocks and Fire It Up. Joe’s final and official posthumous album The Life Of A Man – The Ultimate Hits (1968 – 2013) is a collection of outstanding songs; an essential album for every music collection, the final curtain call for an artist loved and missed.