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J.J. Cale Rewind - Unreleased Recordings

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catalog number: CDTL19532

weight in Kg 0,110

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J.J. Cale: Rewind - Unreleased Recordings

(2007/TIME LIFE) 14 tracks 1973-82 with 16 page booklet


J.J. Cale - Rewind - Unreleased Recordings Medium 1
1: Guess I Lose  
2: Waymore's Blues  
3: Rollin'  
4: Golden Ring  
5: My Cricket  
6: Since You Said Goodbye  
7: Seven Day Woman  
8: Bluebird  
9: My Baby And Me  
10: Lawdy Mama  
11: Blue Sunday  
12: Out Of Style  
13: Ooh La La  
14: All Mama's Children  


Artikeleigenschaften von J.J. Cale: Rewind - Unreleased Recordings

  • Interpret: J.J. Cale

  • Albumtitel: Rewind - Unreleased Recordings

  • Format CD
  • Genre Beat

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Beat - 60s / 70s
  • Music Sub-Genre 259 Beat - 60s - 70s
  • Title Rewind - Unreleased Recordings
  • Release date 2007
  • Label TIME LIFE

  • SubGenre Beat 60s-70s

  • EAN: 0610583220926

  • weight in Kg 0.110

Artist description "Cale, J.J."

J.J. Cale

If You're Ever In Oklahoma

"We started the second LP at Quadrafonic in Nashville," said Cale's producer, Audie Ashworth, "and we did some work in Muscle Shoals, and we put some horns on at the Barn. Cale liked to visit different studios and pull pickers from different locations." There was more commercial gloss to 'Really',but it was still clear that Cale had a very different notion of how to make a record. He reversed the Nashville equation in which everything was factored around the vocal. In a Cale mix, the soloing instruments and the voice just barely rose out of the bed track, and never stood apart from it. The overall sound is muddy and surprisingly dense for so few instruments and so few notes. "Cale always wanted the voice mixed down," said Audie. "We'd be sitting at the board and both of us were trying to get our hands on the knobs. He was always pulling back the fader on the vocal. He said he didn't want to sound like a country singer. He'd mix his voice back in the bed. He said it made you want to lean into the music instead of leaning back from it. It would pull people in. He was an engineer, and he came with chops. He had definite ideas about mixes." If You're Ever In Oklahoma was pretty close to Bluegrass, a connection reinforced by fiddle player Vassar Clements and Scruggs sideman Josh Graves, and the absence of a drummer.


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