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J.J. Cale - Okie album download

Performer:

J.J. Cale

Title:

Okie

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1565 mb

Other music formats:

MP2 DTS WAV VOC AU MIDI MPC

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Blues Rock, Country Rock

Country:

UK

J.J. Cale - Okie album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Crying
Bass – Mike LeechDrums – Kenny MaloneElectric Guitar – Reggie YoungEngineer – Joe MillsGuitar, Vocals – J.J. CaleKeyboards [Electric] – Beegie CruzerPercussion – Farrel Morris*Piano – Red Spivey
2:35
2 I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
Bass – Tommy CogbillDrums – Karl HimmelElectric Guitar – Grady MartinEngineer – Stan HuttoPiano – Jerry Smith Rhythm Guitar – Harold BradleySlide Guitar [Gut], Vocals – J.J. CaleWords By, Music By – Ray Price, Rusty Gabbard
2:21
3 Starbound
Bass – Tommy CogbillDrums – Karl HimmelElectric Guitar – Grady MartinEngineer – Stan HuttoGuitar, Vocals – J.J. CalePiano – Jerry Smith Rhythm Guitar – Harold BradleySaxophone – Billy PuettTrumpet – George Tidwell
1:58
4 Rock And Roll Records
Bass – Tim DrummondDrums – Karl HimmelEngineer – Rick HortonGuitar, Vocals – J.J. CaleKeyboards – Jerry WhitehurstSaxophone – Billy PuettTrombone – Dennis Goode*Trumpet – George Tidwell
2:06
5 The Old Man And Me
Bass – Joel Green Drums – Terry Perkins Engineer – Audie AshworthGuitar – Paul Davis Guitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Steel Guitar – Weldon Myrick
2:04
6 Everlovin' Woman
Bass – Tommy CogbillDrums – Kenny MaloneEngineer – Rick HortonGuitar – Mac GaydenGuitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Piano – Pig Robbins
2:10
7 Cajun Moon
Bass – Joel Green Drums – Kenny MaloneEngineer – Mac GaydenGuitar – Reggie YoungGuitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Keyboards – Beegie CruzerPercussion – Farrel Morris*
2:11
8 I'd Like To Love You Baby
Bass – Tim DrummondDrums – Karl HimmelEngineer – Rick HortonGuitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Piano – Jerry Whitejurst*Saxophone – Billy Pruett*Trombone – Dennis Goode*Trumpet – Jerry Whitehurst
2:50
9 Anyway The Wind Blows
Bass – Joel Green Drums – Terry PerkinsEngineer – Audie AshworthGuitar – Paul Davis Guitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*
3:22
10 Precious Memories
Arranged By – J.J. CaleBass – Mike LeechDrums – Kenny MaloneEngineer – Joe MillsGuitar – Reggie YoungGuitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Piano – Beegie CruzerVibraphone – Farrel Morris*
2:09
11 Okie
Bass – Joel Green Drums – Terry PerkinsEngineer – Audie AshworthGuitar – J. J. Cale*, Paul Davis
1:57
12 I Got The Same Old Blues
Bass – Tommy CogbillDrums – Kenny MaloneEngineer – Rick HortonGuitar, Vocals – J. J. Cale*Piano – Pig RobbinsSlide Guitar – Pig Robbins
2:59

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – PMDC, Germany
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – PolyGram International Music B.V.
  • Published By – Audigram Inc.
  • Published By – Audigram Music
  • Published By – Carlin Music Corp.
  • Published By – Ernest Tubb Music
  • Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studio "B" Nashville, Tennessee
  • Recorded At – Woodland Studios

Credits

  • Art Direction, Photography By – Gene Brownell
  • Design – Big Cigar
  • Illustration – Richard Germinaro
  • Producer – Audie Ashworth
  • Words By, Music By – J.J. Cale (tracks: 1, 3 to 5), J. J. Cale* (tracks: 6 to 9, 12)
  • Written-By – J. J. Cale* (tracks: 11)

Notes

6-page foldout of credits.

℗ 1974 PolyGram International Music B.V.
© 1974 PolyGram International Music B.V.

On back of booklet: All titles published by Audigram Inc., except 2: Carlin Music Corp.

Recorded November 20, 1973, Bradley’s Barn Mt. Juliet, Tenn. [1, 7, 10]
Recorded May 10, 1973, Columbia Studio B, Nashville, Tenn. [2, 3]
Recorded May 7, 1973, Woodland Studio B, Nashville, Tenn. [4, 8]
Recorded December 5, 1973, Cale’s House, Tulsa, Oklahoma [5]
Recorded July 10, 1973, Woodland Studio B, Nashville, Tenn. [6]
Recorded October 4, 1973, Cale’s House, Tulsa, Oklahoma [9]
Recorded August 2, 1973 on the back porch (Cale’s House), Tulsa, Oklahoma [11]
Recorded July 9, 1973, Woodland Studio B, Nashville, Tenn. [12]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42284 21022 5
  • Label Code: LC 0268
  • Matrix / Runout: 842 102-2 01 +
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0143
  • Distribution Code: PG 899
  • SPARS Code: AAD
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M. / STEMRA
  • Other (Mould): MADE IN GERMANY BY PMDC YP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ISA 5004 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album) Shelter Records ISA 5004 UK 1974
842 102-4 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Mercury 842 102-4 India 1990
SR-52015 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album, RE) Shelter Records, MCA Records SR-52015 Canada Unknown
EPC 84165 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album) Epic EPC 84165 Greece 1980
63 02 207 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album, RE) Mercury 63 02 207 Spain 1982

Tracklist

A1 Crying 2:35
A2 I'll Be There (If You Want Me) 2:22
A3 Starbound 1:57
A4 Rock And Roll Records 2:07
A5 The Old Man And Me 2:02
A6 Everlovin' Woman 2:07
B1 Cajun Moon 2:17
B2 I'd Like To Love You Baby 2:47
B3 Anyway The Wind Blows 3:20
B4 Precious Memories 2:07
B5 Okie 1:54
B6 I Got The Same Old Blues 2:57

Credits

  • Bass – Joel Green , Mike Leech, Tim Drummond, Tommy Cogbill
  • Drums – Karl Himmel, Kenny Malone, Terry Perkins
  • Guitar – Grady Martin, Harold Bradley, J.J. Cale, Mac Gayden, Paul Davis , Reggie Young
  • Piano, Keyboards – Beegie Cruzer, Pig Robbins*, Jerry Smith , Jerry Whitehurst, Red Spivey
  • Producer – Audie Ashworth
  • Saxophone – Billy Pruett*
  • Steel Guitar – Weldon Myrick
  • Trombone – Dennis Goode*
  • Trumpet – George Tidwell
  • Vocals – J.J. Cale

Notes

Recorded between 7th May and 5th December, 1973.

Made by PolyGram records under exclusive licence.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ISA 5004 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album) Shelter Records ISA 5004 UK 1974
842 102-4 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Mercury 842 102-4 India 1990
SR-52015 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album, RE) Shelter Records, MCA Records SR-52015 Canada Unknown
842 102-2 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(CD, Album, RE) Mercury 842 102-2 Europe Unknown
EPC 84165 J.J. Cale Okie ‎(LP, Album) Epic EPC 84165 Greece 1980



Okie is the third studio album by J. J. Cale, released in 1974. After having Eric Clapton take his composition After Midnight to the Top 20 in 1970, Cale scored another windfall when Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded Call Me the Breeze for their 1974 LP Second Helping.

Авторы текста и музыки.

Okie ‎(Cass, Album, RE). Mercury. Okie ‎(LP, Album, RP). Shelter Recording Company Inc. ISA 5004.

Album · 1974 · 12 Songs. Following the patchwork, sometimes-glossy productions of Really, . Cale returned to an organic sound on Okie. Recorded in and around Cale’s house in Nashville, his third album borrows its warmth from the comforts of a cozy home. Listening to these songs is like wearing an old sweater, or breathing the air of a muggy night, or feeling a hand on your waist during a slow dance. As simple as his compositions could be, Cale and producer Audie Ashworth fine-tuned their technique to the point where every song became an exemplar of precision, shading, and microscopic detail.

Okie, his third album, appeared in 1974. Two years later, he released Troubadour, which yielded "Hey Baby," his last minor hit, as well as the original version of "Cocaine," a song that Clapton would later cover. By this point, Cale had settled into a comfortable career as a cult artist and he rarely made any attempt to break into the mainstream. One more album on Shelter Records, 5, appeared in 1979 and then he switched labels, signing with MCA in 1981. In 1983, Cale released his eighth album, 8. The album became his first not to chart. Following its release, Cale left Mercury and entered a long period of seclusion, reappearing in late 1990 with Travel Log, which was released on the British independent label Silvertone; the album appeared in America the following year. 10 was released in 1992. The album failed to chart, but it re-established his power as a cult artist.

19 April 2015 ·. JJ Cale - Sensitive Kind, 5 (1979). Sensitive Kind - JJ Cale. 29 March 2015 ·. Okie - 1974. Finding little success as a recording artist, he later returned to Tulsa and was considering giving up the music business until Clapton recorded Cale's "After Midnight" in 1970 st album, Naturally, established his style, described by Los Angeles Times writer Richard Cromelin as a "unique hybrid of blues, folk and jazz, marked by relaxed grooves and Cale's fluid guitar and laconic vocals.

Cale's signature laid back, bluesy style of Country Rock has distinguished him from contemporary early '70s singers. His unique sound shows on his third album Okie (1974), where he merges these influences with Gospel

I Got the Same Old Blues, 02:59.

Cale moves toward country and gospel on some songs here, but since those are two of his primary influences, the movement is slight. And longtime producer Audie Ashworth attempts to place more emphasis on Cale's vocals on some songs by double-tracking them and pushing them up in the mix. But much of this is still low-key and bluesy in what was becoming Cale's patented style.

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