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J.J. Cale - The Very Best Of (1997)
Author: pgf000

J.J. Cale - The Very Best Of (1997)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 363 MB | +covers
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 141 MB | +covers
Blues/Classic Rock | Polygram | 60:40

A one-disc, 20-track condensation of Mercury's two-disc, 50-track anthology ANYWAY THE WIND BLOWS, THE VERY BEST OF J.J. CALE is the one J.J. Cale CD to have when you're having only one. Leading off with a new recording of "Call Me the Breeze", featuring Johnny Cash's R&B-playing son John Carter Cash, THE VERY BEST OF J.J. CALE runs through 19 other Cale gems, including the original versions of "After Midnight" and "Cocaine", both made famous by Eric Clapton. The surprise to new listeners used to the more showboating Clapton versions will be how laid-back and seemingly offhand Cale's originals are. That goes for every song on this set. A master of the two-minute blues, Cale plays and sings with remarkable restraint and economy. There's no one like him.
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J.J. Cale – The Ultimate Collection (Comp. 2004) (3-CD) (32Bit FPM)
Author: janwal46

J.J. Cale - The Ultimate Collection (Comp. 2004) (3-CD) (32Bit FPM)
Universal | Comp. 2004 | Country Blues Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers (400Dpi) | 298Mb+388Mb+245Mb+18Mb

And………here’s is the final compilation. This 3-CD set is 32 Bit Floating Point Mastered and I leave it to your own judgement how that sounds. “Naturally”once again a must have for the Cale collector and a strong recommendation for those who finally are convinced now and get aquainted with this phenomenon. You will not regret it !!!! Details
J.J. Cale - Japanese Mini-LP Collection 1971-1983 (8x SHM-CD, Limited Edition '2013) RE-UP
Author: perfecta

J.J. Cale - Japanese Mini-LP Collection 1971-1983 (8x SHM-CD, Limited Edition '2013)
8x EAC | FLAC Images with CUEs & LOGs - 1,58 GB | Full PNG Scans - 1,13 GB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 600 MB
Blues Rock / Folk Rock / Country-Blues | TT - 269:05 minutes | Label: Universal Music Japan | Cat. # UICY-75627~34

Mini-LP reissue from J.J.Cale features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format and the latest remastering. The cardboard sleeve faithfully replicates its original US LP artwork. This product is reissued as mini LP reissue for the first time. This series featuring albums "Naturally," "Really," "Okie," "Troubadour," "5," "Shades," "Grasshopper," and "8." Details
J.J. Cale – Number 10 (1992)
Author: janwal46

J.J. Cale - Number 10 (1992)
Silvertone Records | 1992 | Country Blues Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers (400Dpi) | 222Mb+26Mb

And it must be said once again; J.J. Cale is a man of few words, and "Number 10" (the third release that he has given a numbered title) places the spotlight squarely on what's first and foremost in his music: groove. He's a fine songwriter (Eric Clapton covered both his "After Midnight" and "Cocaine"), but when things are really rolling, the song all but disappears into the engine of the rolling rhythm section. He's altered his approach very little since his debut, "Naturally", in 1972 (twenty-one years prior to Number 10), but has managed to keep every one of his songs sounding new. This is in part because of overt dabs of modernity (as on this album's "Digital Blues"), but more because of the fact that there's never anything old about a sultry, shuffling beat. This is a fine follow-up to "Travel-Log" that again finds Cale roadening his arrangement and production sounds. He even gets tropical with "Artificial Paradise." Details
J.J. Cale - Shades (1980)
Author: conrad555

J.J. Cale - Shades (1980)
Time: 33:20
MP3 VBR (V0) | ~57 MB
Genre: Blues rock
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J.J.Cale Discography. Part 1 (1971-1983)
Author: v3122
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J.J.Cale Discography. Part 1 (1971-1983)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
8CD | Mercury | ~ 1525 or 1532 or 682 Mb | Scans(jpg) Included | Scans(png) -> 1138 Mb
Roots Rock / Blues / Rhythm & Blues / Singer/Songwriter

With his laid-back rootsy style, J.J. Cale is best known for writing "After Midnight" and "Cocaine," songs that Eric Clapton later made into hits. But Cale's influence wasn't only through songwriting -- his distinctly loping sense of rhythm and shuffling boogie became the blueprint for the adult-oriented roots rock of Clapton and Mark Knopfler, among others...
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J.J.Cale Discography. Part 2 (1989-2009)
Author: v3122
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J.J.Cale Discography. Part 2 (1989-2009)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
8CD | ~ 2194 or 2199 or 888 Mb | Scans(jpg) Included | Scans(png) -> 1690 Mb
Roots Rock / Blues / Rhythm & Blues / Singer/Songwriter

With his laid-back rootsy style, J.J. Cale is best known for writing "After Midnight" and "Cocaine," songs that Eric Clapton later made into hits. But Cale's influence wasn't only through songwriting -- his distinctly loping sense of rhythm and shuffling boogie became the blueprint for the adult-oriented roots rock of Clapton and Mark Knopfler, among others...
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J.J. Cale – Guitar Man (1996)
Author: janwal46

J.J. Cale - Guitar Man (1996)
DeLabel | 1996 | Country Blues Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers (400Dpi) | 252Mb+27Mb

25 years after his first album, NATURALLY, J.J. Cale created GUITAR MAN, an album made up of hypnotic grooves forged out of elegantly simple components. The album is largely a solo affair, with only scattered additional accompaniment, such as on the incredible opening tune, "Death in the Wilderness." Otherwise, Cale plays every instrument, adding particularly strong guitar work to the mix.
Remarkably, Cale's easygoing front-porch character is no less warm when he utilizes subtle keyboards and electronic percussion. With the exception of his arrangement of the traditional "Old Blue" (popularized by the Byrds in one of their later incarnations), the songs are all Cale originals. Besides songs that mine the familiar thematic territory of love, longing, and taking it easy, there's a handful that address world ills such as the environment and crime. He manages to tackle these issues without ever being didactic. However, he was sufficiently impassioned to include the lyrics to all the songs this time out. The title song and "Low Down" are two Cale classics that contain familiar lyrical and musical phrases that sound completely timeless when he sings and plays them. Details
J.J. Cale - To Tulsa and Back (2004)
Author: conrad555

J.J. Cale - To Tulsa and Back (2004)
Genre: Blues rock | Time: 49:55 | MP3 320 kbps | ~114 Mb
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J.J. Cale – Roll On (2009)
Author: janwal46

J.J. Cale - Roll On (2009)
Because Music | 2009 | Country Blues Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers (400Dpi) | 267Mb+22Mb

Multi-instrumentalist, speak-singer, producer and inventor of the 'Tulsa sound', a distinctively flowing boogie flavoured style, J.J. Cale is best known for Cocaine, a big hit when Eric Clapton covered it in 1977. The two collaborated most recently on the Grammy-winning 2006 album The Road To Escondido, and Clapton is back again here, on the title track. Though hardly groundbreaking, it's a pleasantly understated and undemanding album that reveals new sophistication and surprises with each listen…….. Details
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