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  1. Joe Cocker's voice, mannerisms and style is impersonated hilariously on John Belushi tribute of The Beatles' Just A Little Help From My Friends.

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  2. John Belushi as Joe Cocker (Isaac Landfert) - YouTube

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    John Belushi as Joe Cocker (Isaac Landfert)

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  3. Joe Cocker John Belushi - YouTube

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  5. Watch Joe Cocker Perform With Notorious Impersonator John ...

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    John Belushi’s impression of Joe Cocker was an early career catalyst for the comedian. Belushi performed it circa 1971 with Chicago’s Second City comedy troupe. A National Lampoon magazine staffer...

  6. The Evolution Of John Belushi's Joe Cocker Impression

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    Dec 22, 2014 · In 1975, Saturday Night Live began and in the third episode, Belushi once again unleashed his Joe Cocker impression, performing “Feelin’ Alright” before falling off the stage and pouring a beer...

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  7. Joe Cocker on John Belushi's Impression of Him: "I Thought ...

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    Sep 28, 2012 · We spoke with the musician about everything from his frustrated stage moves to the clever vocals of John Belushi when impersonating him. Ensconced at his Mad Dog Ranch, in Crawford, Colorado, located in the remote reaches of the Colorado Rockies, Cocker turned out to be surprisingly down-to-earth, willing to open up about his history, and as gracious and engaging as any musician I've ever encountered.

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