The Very Best of J.J. Cale - J.J. Cale

The Very Best of J.J. Cale

J.J. Cale

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1997-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • ℗ 1997 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Call Me the Breeze J.J. Cale 2:36 USD 1.29
2
Crazy Mama J.J. Cale 2:29 USD 1.29
3
Magnolia J.J. Cale 3:22 USD 1.29
4
After Midnight J.J. Cale 2:20 USD 1.29
5
Lies J.J. Cale 2:55 USD 1.29
6
Midnight In Memphis J.J. Cale 4:23 USD 0.99
7
Cajun Moon J.J. Cale 2:14 USD 0.99
8
Rock & Roll Records J.J. Cale 2:03 USD 0.99
9
Cocaine J.J. Cale 2:52 USD 0.99
10
Hey Baby J.J. Cale 3:16 USD 0.99
11
I'll Make Love to You Anytime J.J. Cale 3:10 USD 0.99
12
Don't Cry Sister J.J. Cale 2:12 USD 0.99
13
Thirteen Days J.J. Cale 2:48 USD 0.99
14
Sensitive Kind J.J. Cale 5:06 USD 0.99
15
Carry On J.J. Cale 2:19 USD 0.99
16
Mama Don't J.J. Cale 3:49 USD 0.99
17
City Girls J.J. Cale 2:47 USD 0.99
18
Devil In Disguise J.J. Cale 2:01 USD 0.99
19
Don't Wait J.J. Cale 3:07 USD 0.99
20
Money Talks J.J. Cale 4:18 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Some of the best Blues

    5
    By magoo 22
    The first time I heard JJ Cale on the radio (playing Crazy Mama) I was impressed with his honest & open approach of his style of laid back Blues. In fact these may be some of the best Blues songs ever written & it's no small wonder why JJ was so cozy with Eric Clapton (another Blues svengali). The reason why "Tulsa Time" is not included here is because that was another gentleman's composition, these songs here were all penned by JJ Cale himself if I'm not mistaken. Although Mr. Cale was taken from us too soon, his legacy survives intact. JJ Cale may be gone, but he'll never be forgotten!
  • JJ Cale was a very underrated talent in many ways!

    4
    By JAYBURT
    I especially loved him with Clapton....one of their best works is Road to Escondido!! He will certainly be missed!
  • No Tulsa Time?

    4
    By mrmike_4502
    As a Tulsa homeboy, I would have loved to see Tulsa Time included - downloaded the album anyway and plan to give it a long listen. Guess God called him up for a live show, Thanks for the music John
  • We will miss you JJ

    5
    By koufax65
    This was and is a much underated singer and song writer. He died on Friday the 26th of July 2013. Check him out and you will see. RIP JJ
  • All hits!

    5
    By Whiskey Child Records
    Do yourself a favor and download all of J.J.'s tunes on this album! He's written top notch and timeless songs covered by Eric Clapton & Widespread Panic! A must have for any music collection! Trey McGriff / Hills Rolling Whiskey Child Records
  • Under-rated and under-sold

    4
    By Focalplane
    I saw J J Cale perform at Rockefellers Club (long gone, sad to say) in Houston during the mid-1980s and was disappointed, but his songwriting and recordings now available on iTunes more than make up for that experience. This and his joint album with Eric Clapton point the way to understanding that he is not only a master of his art form but is also respected by those whose careers he has helped to launch.
  • Definitive Sums it UP

    4
    By ListenUp (~)\(~)
    JJ made Clapton Clap. He Created the leghend of Lynyrd & he didit all from the angle of a Bluesman playing his Guitar, writing & doing what he dose best - Singing the blues as only he can... J.J. Cale deserves a Bow. Encore after Encore - He has lead the way for many a generation to enjoy the BLUES. Thank you JJ. Your the Greatest UnSung Musician Ever! This collection is a classic. I'm treasuring it. I have the 2006 remastered/rereleased CD. Love It! Keep jamming man...
  • hidden gem

    5
    By tulsagirl
    Eric Clapton has called John Cale his "favorite person" (in the documentary To Tulsa and Back: On Tour with J.J. Cale, 2005). Cale is the songwriter behind Clapton's hits "Cocaine" and "After Midnight". A native of Oklahoma, Cale grew up in Tulsa in a musical culture of blues, western swing, and country. He played as a back-up musician at the historic Cain's Ballroom (best known as a favorite venue of the Wills brothers in the heyday of western swing) before heading out to California with Leon Russell and other Tulsa musicians. He is a driving force in the creation of the "Tulsa sound" which heavily influenced Clapton and the course of rock and roll in the 60's and 70's. Why isn't this man better known? He's been creating the music, not chasing fame.
  • Real Blues

    4
    By jirwin
    J.J. Cale is one of the most influential blues artists of our time. His music is a genre of its own, underrated, and under-known. He has impacted so many other musicians including young blues players today. This is a great album to get to know Cale's abilities. A worthwhile purchase.
  • J.J.Cale - who ??!

    4
    By da'deputy
    Let this be a note to the MOST intrested S.Blues fanz - PAY ATTENTION here.

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