CD Really [J.J. Cale] (CD 246374),
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Really [J.J. Cale]
2. Everything Will Be Alright
3. I'll Kiss the World Goodbye
5. Right Down Here
6. If You're Ever in Oklahoma
7. Ridin' Home
8. Going Down
10. Playing in the Streeet
11. Mo Jo
12. Louisiana Women
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 810314
Personnel: J.J. Cale (vocals, guitar); Joann Sweeney (vocals); Bill Boatman, Mac Gayden, Jimmy Capps, Jimmy Johnson (guitar); Josh Graves (dobro); Vasser Clements (fiddle); Charlie McCoy (harmonica); Norm Ray (baritone saxophone); Don Sheffield, Bob Phillips (trumpet); Bill Humble (trombone); Bobby Woods, David Briggs (piano); Barry Becket (electric piano); Kossie Gardner (organ); Joe Zinkan, David Hood, Gary Gilmore, Norbert Putnam, Bob Ray (bass); Farrell Morris (drums, percussion); Jimmy Karstien, Roger Hawkins, Kenneth Buttrey, George Soule (drums); Robert "Tarp" Tarrant (congas).
Engineers include: Gene Eichelberger, David Johnson, Joe Mills.
Composer: J.J. Cale.
Personnel: J.J. Cale (vocals, guitar); Norman Ray (bass voice, baritone saxophone); Mac Gayden (guitar, slide guitar); Bill Boatman, Jimmy Capps, Jimmy Johnson (guitar); Josh Graves (dobro); Vassar Clements (violin, fiddle); Charlie McCoy (harmonica); Don Sheffield, Bob Phillips (trumpet); Bill Humble (trombone); Bob Holmes (horns); David Briggs , Bobby Woods (piano); Barry Beckett (electric piano); Kossie Gardner (organ); Farrell Morris (drums, congas, percussion); George Soul, Jim Karstein, Kenny Buttrey, Roger Hawkins (drums); Robert Tarrant (congas).
Recording information: Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, AL (04/04/1972-07/29/1972); Quadraphonic Studio, Nashville, TN (04/04/1972-07/29/1972); Quinvy Studio, Muscle Shoa (04/04/1972-07/29/1972).
Arrangers: Bob Holmes; Bob Holmes.
After his stunning debut, NATURALLY, in 1971, J.J. Cale returned the next year with this follow-up. REALLY is every bit as impressive as its predecessor, and occasionally swings so slowly that its grooves barely hang together. But to call J.J. Cale simply laid back is to miss the point--the breadth and variety in Cale's world is mysterious, riveting and soulful.
The first three tracks move from the radio-friendly "Lies" to the masterfully spare "Everything Will Be Alright" to the relatively rollicking "I'll Kiss the World Goodbye." The album was recorded in Nashville (primarily at Bradley's Barn) as well as in Muscle Shoals, Alabama (at the famed Muscle Shoals Sound Studio). A cast of stellar musicians familiar to those sites (including Roger Hawkins, Barry Becket, David Hood, Charlie McCoy, Norbert Putnam, Vasser Clements, and others) never overshadows the well-defined sound of Cale's songs and singing. This is a perfect introduction to J.J. Cale.
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