J.J. Cale



J.J. Cale

Rating
Active
1958 to 2013
Born
December 5, 1938 in Oklahoma City
Died
July 26, 2013
Location
Oklahoma City, OK, United States
Biography
John Weldon Cale (December 5, 1938 - July 26, 2013), known as JJ Cale or J.J. Cale, was an American singer-songwriter and musician who was one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Cale's personal style has often been described as "laid back". Songs written by Cale that have been covered by other musicians include "After Midnight" by Eric Clapton, Phish and Jerry Garcia, "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton, "Clyde" by Waylon Jennings and Dr. Hook, and "Call Me the Breeze" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, John Mayer, Johnny Cash, Bobby Bare and Eric Clapton.
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Top Songs by J.J. Cale


Crossroads Revisited: Selections From the Crossroads Guitar Festivals
The Road to Escondido

Danger

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Troubadour

Cocaine

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Live in San Diego
Live in San Diego

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Really

Really

J.J. Cale March 2, 2015

12 Tracks

Gold

Gold

J.J. Cale April 4, 2014

18 Tracks

Travel-Log

Travel-Log

J.J. Cale August 27, 2013

14 Tracks

Okie

Okie

J.J. Cale June 4, 2013

12 Tracks

Shades

Shades

J.J. Cale April 2, 2013

10 Tracks

Special Edition

Special Edition

J.J. Cale December 18, 2012

14 Tracks

The Silvertone Years

The Silvertone Years

J.J. Cale February 7, 2011

25 Tracks

Collected

Collected

J.J. Cale June 16, 2009

20 Tracks

Rewind: Unreleased Recordings

Rewind: Unreleased Recordings

J.J. Cale October 2, 2007

14 Tracks

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