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J.J. Cale - Really album download

Performer:

J.J. Cale

Title:

Really

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1323 mb

Other music formats:

MP3 APE AU AIFF AHX AC3 WMA

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Blues Rock, Folk Rock

Country:

US

J.J. Cale - Really album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Lies
Arranged By [Horns] – Bob Holmes Baritone Saxophone [Baritone] – Norm RayBass – David HoodDrums – Roger HawkinsElectric Piano – Barry BeckettEngineer – Jerry MastersRhythm Guitar – Jimmy Johnson Trombone – Bill HumbleTrumpet – Bob Phillips, Don SheffieldVoice – Joann Sweeney*Voice, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:54
A2 Everything Will Be Alright
Bass – Norbert PutnamDrums – Farrell MorrisEngineer – Gene EichelbergerPiano – Bobby Woods*Voice, Guitar – J.J. Cale
3:16
A3 I'll Kiss The World Goodbye
Bass – Norbert PutnamDrums – Kenneth Buttrey*Engineer – Gene EichelbergerPiano – David Briggs Voice, Guitar – J.J. Cale
1:45
A4 Changes
Bass – Norbert PutnamCongas – Farrell MorrisEngineer – Gene EichelbergerPiano – Bobby Woods*Voice, Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:20
A5 Right Down Here
Bass – Bob RayCongas – Robert "Tarp" Tarrant*Drums – George SouleEngineer – David Johnson Lead Guitar – Mac GaydenOrgan – Kossie Gardner*Rhythm Guitar – Jimmy CappsTrumpet – Bob Phillips, Don SheffieldVoice, Rhythm Guitar – J.J. Cale
3:14
A6 If You're Ever In Oklahoma
Bass – Joe ZinkanEngineer – Joe MillsFiddle – Vasser Clements*Guitar [Dobro] – Josh GravesPercussion – Farrell MorrisRhythm Guitar – Jimmy CappsVoice, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:07
B1 Ridin' Home
Engineer – Joe MillsHarmonica – Charlie McCoyVoice, Bass, Piano, Drums, Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:42
B2 Going Down
Bass – Gary Gilmore Drums – Jimmy KarsteinEngineer – Audie AshworthRhythm Guitar – Bill BoatmanSongwriter – Don NixVoice, Electric Piano, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
3:02
B3 Soulin'
Bass – Bob RayDrums – George SouleEngineer – David Johnson Slide Guitar – Mac GaydenTambourine – Robert "Tarp" Tarrant*Voice, Rhythm Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:23
B4 Playing In The Street
Bass – Joe ZinkanEngineer – Joe MillsFiddle – Vasser Clements*Percussion – Farrell MorrisRhythm Guitar – Jimmy CappsVoice, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:24
B5 Mo Jo
Bass – Gary Gilmore Drums – Jimmy KarsteinEngineer – Audie AshworthGuitar – Bill BoatmanSongwriter – M. Morganfield*Voice, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
2:29
B6 Louisiana Women
Bass – Joe ZinkanCongas – Farrell MorrisEngineer – Joe MillsFiddle – Vasser Clements*Guitar [Dobro] – Josh GravesRhythm Guitar – Jimmy CappsVoice, Lead Guitar – J.J. Cale
3:04

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Island Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Island Records Ltd.
  • Printed By – MacNeill Press Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Audie Ashworth
  • Songwriter – J.J. Cale (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4, B6)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Runout Side A [stamped]: ISA 5002 A -1U
  • Matrix / Runout: Runout Side B [stamped]: ISA 5002 B -1U

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SW 8912 J.J. Cale Really ‎(LP, Album, Los) Shelter Records SW 8912 US 1972
27 321 XOT, 27321 XOT J.J. Cale Really ‎(LP, Album, RE) Shelter Records, Shelter Records 27 321 XOT, 27321 XOT Benelux 1978
27 321 XOT, 27321 XOT J.J. Cale Really ‎(LP, Album, RE) Shelter Records, Shelter Records 27 321 XOT, 27321 XOT Netherlands 1978
6369 112 J.J. Cale Really ‎(LP, Album) Philips 6369 112 Spain 1973
67.613 J.J. Cale Really ‎(LP, Album) Shelter Records 67.613 France 1975



Naturally is the debut album by J. J. Cale released in 1972. Cale, who was raised in Oklahoma, first tasted success in 1964 when singer Mel McDaniel scored a regional hit with Cale’s composition Lazy Me. From there Cale moved to California and worked at Leon Russell’s home studio as a chief engineer and began performing at places like the Whiskey A Go Go. With Johnny Rivers already performing there regularly, club owner Mario Mancini rechristened John Cale as .

Shades is the sixth album by J. Cale, released in 1981. After years of living and recording in Nashville, Cale relocated to California in 1980 and lived in an Anaheim trailer park but continued working with longtime producer Audie Ashworth. Shades, which continued Cale’s tradition of giving his albums one word titles, was recorded in various studios in Nashville and Los Angeles.

This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

Album · 1972 · 12 Songs. The album was recorded in a variety of settings and it wears its patchwork influences well. On Lies Cale’s signature shuffle is bolstered by a Dixie horn section, while If You’re Ever in Oklahoma is a slippery piece of flatland bluegrass. Though Really doesn’t have the sense of cohesion that makes Okie and Troubadour classics, several of its cuts catch Cale in rare form

Cale recalled, "I didn't really want to carry a gun and do all that stuff so I joined the Air Force and what I did is I took technical training and that's kind of where I learned a little bit about electronics  .

Really was produced by Audie Ashworth, who would go on to produce Cale until 1983. Cale's second album further developed the Tulsa sound that he would become known for: a swampy mix of folk, jazz, shuffling country blues, and rock ‘n’ roll. Although his songs have a relaxed, casual feel, Cale, who often used drum machines and layered his vocals, carefully crafted his albums, explaining to Lydia Hutchinson in 2013, I was an engineer, and I loved manipulating the sound. I love the technical side of recording. I had a recording studio back in the days when no one had a home studio  . Cale – guitar, vocals. Barry Beckett – piano. Bill Boatman – guitar.

Naturally is the debut album by J. Cale. First released in 1972, it includes his song After Midnight which was first recorded by Eric Clapton in 1970. Cale, who was languishing in obscurity at the time, had no knowledge of Clapton’s recording of After Midnight until it became a radio hit in 1970. Naturally was recorded independently, on spec, the musicians being paid demo fees. Some songs, such as Call Me the Breeze, were recorded with primitive drum.

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