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J.J.Cale - Low Down (2007)

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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.
Cale's refusal to vary the sound of his music over the course of his
career caused some critics to label him as a one-trick pony, but he
managed to build a dedicated cult following with his sporadically
released recordings.

Born in Oklahoma City but raised in Tulsa, OK, Cale played in a variety
of rock & roll bands and Western swing groups as a teenager,
including one outfit that also featured Leon Russell. In 1959, at the
age of 21, he moved to Nashville, where he was hired by the Grand Ole
Opry's touring company. After a few years, he returned to Tulsa, where
he reunited with Russell and began playing local clubs. In 1964, Cale
and Russell moved to Los Angeles with another local Oklahoma musician,
Carl Radle.

Shortly after he arrived in Los Angeles, Cale began playing with Delaney
& Bonnie. He only played with the duo for a brief time, beginning a
solo career in 1965. That year, he cut the first version of "After
Midnight," which would become his most famous song. Around 1966, Cale
formed the Leathercoated Minds with songwriter Roger Tillison. The group
released a psychedelic album called A Trip Down Sunset Strip the same

Deciding that he wouldn't be able to forge a career in Los Angeles, Cale
returned to Tulsa in 1967. Upon his return, he set about playing local
clubs. Within a year, he had recorded a set of demos. Radle obtained a
copy of the demos and forwarded it to Denny Cordell, who was founding a
record label called Shelter with Leon Russell. Shelter signed Cale in
1969. The following year, Eric Clapton recorded "After Midnight," taking
it to the American Top 20 and thereby providing Cale with needed
exposure and royalties. In December 1971, Cale released his debut album,
Naturally, on Shelter Records; the album featured the Top 40 hit "Crazy
Mama," as well as a re-recorded version of "After Midnight," which
nearly reached the Top 40, and "Call Me the Breeze," which Lynyrd
Skynyrd later covered. Cale followed Naturally with Really, which
featured the minor hit "Lies," later that same year.

Following the release of Really, J.J. Cale adopted a slow work schedule,
releasing an album every other year or so. Okie, his third album,
appeared in 1974. Two years later, he released Troubadour, which yielded
"Hey Baby," his last minor hit, as well as the original version of
"Cocaine," a song that Clapton would later cover. By this point, Cale
had settled into a comfortable career as a cult artist and he rarely
made any attempt to break into the mainstream. One more album on Shelter
Records, 5, appeared in 1979 and then he switched labels, signing with
MCA in 1981. MCA only released one album (1981's Shades) and Cale moved
to Mercury Records the following year, releasing Grasshopper.

In 1983, Cale released his eighth album, 8. The album became his first
not to chart. Following its release, Cale left Mercury and entered a
long period of seclusion, reappearing in late 1990 with Travel Log,
which was released on the British independent label Silvertone; the
album appeared in America the following year. 10 was released in 1992.
The album failed to chart, but it re-established his power as a cult
artist. He moved to the major label Virgin in 1994, releasing Close to
You the same year. It was followed by Guitar Man in 1996. Cale returned
to recording in 2003, releasing To Tulsa and Back in 2004 on the
Sanctuary label and The Road to Escondido, a collaborative effort with
Clapton, in 2006 on Reprise. Roll On appeared in 2009 on Rounder
Records. A CD/DVD set drawn from sessions Cale recorded with Leon
Russell on keyboards in 1979, In Session at Paradise Studio, appeared
early in 2013.

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

1. Introduction
2. If You're Ever In Oklahoma
3. Magma Don't
4. High School
5. Birds Song
6. Call Me The Breeze
7. On Tour
8. My Gal
9. The Old Man And Me
10. Gasoline
11. Cocaine
12. Drifers Wife
13. Miss Ol' St. Louie
14. Bus Rider
15. Low Down
16. Dog Days

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