J.J. Cale - Okie mp3 album

J.J. Cale - Okie mp3 album
J.J. Cale - Okie mp3 album

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Crying J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:36
2 I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) Rusty Gabbard / Ray Price J.J. Cale 2:22
3 Starbound J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 1:59
4 Rock & Roll Records J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:07
5 The Old Man and Me J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:04
6 Everlovin' Woman J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:10
7 Cajun Moon J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:12
8 I'd Like to Love You Baby J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:50
9 Any Way the Wind Blows J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 3:23
10 Precious Memories J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 2:10
11 Okie J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 1:57
12 I Got the Same Old Blues J.J. Cale J.J. Cale 3:00


Beegie Adair - Keyboards
Audie Ashworth - Engineer, Producer
Harold Bradley - Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm)
Gene Brownell - Art Direction, Photography
J.J. Cale - Bass, Composer, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Primary Artist, Slide Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Cogbill - Bass
Beegie Cruzer - Keyboards
Paul Davis - Guitar
Tim Drummond - Bass, Drums
Rusty Gabbard - Composer
Mac Gayden - Guitar
Richard Germinaro - Illustrations
Dennis Good - Trombone
Joel Green - Bass
Karl Himmel - Drums
Rick Horton - Engineer
Mike Leech - Bass
Kenny Malone - Drums
Grady Martin - Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Joe Mills - Engineer
Farrell Morris - Drums, Percussion, Vibraphone, Vocals (Background)
Weldon Myrick - Guitar (Steel)
Terry Perkins - Drums
Ray Price - Composer
Billy Puett - Saxophone
Hargus "Pig" Robbins - Keyboards, Piano
Jerry Smith - Keyboards, Piano
Red Spivey - Keyboards, Piano
George Tidwell - Trumpet
Jerry Whitehurst - Keyboards, Piano
Reggie Young - Guitar, Guitar (Electric)

Still my favourite J.J. album. The title track was for years the SWF3 starting song on a leading german radio station and the vocalsound is splendid. Don't mention the cool beat and great songs. Always short but masterful.
You may dislike this selection of shuffling boogie tunes, that all seem to grow off the same tree. But you are rewarded by the catchy hook lines, the close-miked whispering voice of JJ, amazing grooves and a superbly focused production, that draws attention to every shiny detail in these 12 short songs. Subtle sonic details like that literally singing and whistling guitar in the second track add to the long term value.
Every J.J. Cale album contains almost only great songs. But very often each album also hold a very special gem that seems to hypnotize and transport you to the location he is describing. On this album, "The Old Man an Me", is the one.
Arabella V.
Although he's a typical musician's muscian (Clapton wasn't the only one to cover him) critics don't know what to make of J.J. Cale. Audiences lap it up and no new ground is broken, two deeply suspicious facts. J.J. Cale was big in the Netherlands so for me, and he's always in my brain. Forget the critics. Let 'm listen to Wah Na Poo the art of Bluf.