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Cale's sophomore album from 1971 was a logical successor to his outstanding debut. Cale's laid back style was widely appreciated, as evidenced by the radio success of "Lies". This album was recorded in Nashville and at the famed Muscle Shoals Studios in Alabama. Backing musicians include Roger Hawkins, Barry Beckett, David Hood, Charlie McCoy, Norbert Putnam (who would later produce Dan Fogelberg), Vasser Clements and more.
Artist(s):
J.J. Cale
Format:
CD

 

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Cale's sophomore album from 1971 was a logical successor to his outstanding debut. Cale's laid back style was widely appreciated, as evidenced by the radio success of "Lies". This album was recorded in Nashville and at the famed Muscle Shoals Studios in Alabama. Backing musicians include Roger Hawkins, Barry Beckett, David Hood, Charlie McCoy, Norbert Putnam (who would later produce Dan Fogelberg), Vasser Clements and more.

Product details

Composer:
J.J. Cale
Producer:
Audie Ashworth
Recording Type:
Studio recording
Label:
Mercury
Duration (sec):
1855
Sound Type:
Stereo

Listen to tracks

Disk 1

  • 1. Lies
  • 2. Everything Will Be Alright
  • 3. I'll Kiss the World Goodbye
  • 4. Changes
  • 5. Right Down Here
  • 6. If You're Ever in Oklahoma
  • 7. Ridin' Home
  • 8. Going Down
  • 9. Soulin'
  • 10. Playing in the Streeet
  • 11. Mo Jo
  • 12. Louisiana Women

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