J.J. Cale - Collected


+ Booklet


Label:

Music On Vinyl

Genre:

Blues

Product No.: AMOV 1432
Availability: In Stock
Category:

180 Gram Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 3

180 Gram LP



Three LP set includes printed innersleeves plus four-page full color booklet

180-gram vinyl, exclusive liner notes and photos

Featuring "Crazy Mama," "Cocaine" and "After Midnight"

Collected, the ultimate J.J. Cale collection from 2006, is bound to become a highlight of Music On Vinyl's catalog.

This American cult legend has turned his laidback style into a trademark. J.J. Cale has forged an inspiring career that spans four decades. He received his first major exposure in 1970 thanks to Eric Clapton, who turned J.J. Cale's "After Midnight" into a hit song overnight. A few years later, Clapton repeated the trick with "Cocaine."

But the legacy of J.J. Cale has much more to offer: Now collected on three 180-gram LPs chock full of rootsy Americana songs that will stay in the back of your head long after you turned off the stereo. This ultimate collection of 49 of Cale's best songs also contains a four-page booklet with exclusive pictures and liner notes.

 

 



Side 1
1. After Midnight
2. Crazy Mama
3. Call Me The Breeze
4. Magnolia
5. Crying Eyes
6. Lies
7. I'll Kiss The World Goodbye
8. If You're Ever In Oklahoma
9. Changes

Side 2
10. Crying
11. Cajun Moon
12. Okie
13. Anyway The Wind Blows
14. Cocaine
15. Travelin' Light
16. Hey Baby
17. Cherry
18. You Got Something

Side 3
19. I'll Make Love To You Anytime
20. Don't Cry Sister
21. Sensitive Kind
22. Thirteen Days
23. Mona
24. Carry On
25. Mama Don't
26. If You Leave Her

Side 4
27. City Girls
28. Don't Wait
29. Downtown L.A.
30. Devil In Disguise
31. Grasshopper
32. Money Talks
33. Hard Times
34. Teardrops In My Tequila
35. Troubled In The City

Side 5
36. Change Your Mind
37. Lady Luck
38. Lonesome Train
39. Jailer
40. Borrowed Time
41. Low Down
42. Guitar Man
43. Stone River

Side 6
44. The Problem
45. Midnight In Memphis
46. Woke Up This Morning
47. Durango
48. Things Ain't Simple
49. Santa Cruz


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