LIVE at the Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004 https://www.facebook.com/RocknFame/
Amazing set recorded live in Leon Russell's Paradise Studios in Los Angeles. SET LIST: 1.T-Bone Shuffle 2.Nowhere To Run 3.Cocaine 4.Ten Easy Lessons 5.Sensitive Kind 6.Hands Off Her 7.Lou-Easy-Ann 8.Going Down 9.Corine Corina 10.Roll On 11.No Sweat 12.Crazy Mama 13.Fate Of A Fool 14.BoilinΓÇÖ Pot 15.After Midnight 16.T-Bone Shuffle 17.T-Bone Backwards 18.Same Ole Blues 19.Don't Cry Sister 20.Set Your Soul Free (Tell Me Who You Are) 21.24 Hours A Day
1976 - Shelter Recording 1 - Hey Baby 2 - Travelin' Light 3 - You Got Something 4 - Ride Me High 5 - Hold On 6 - Cocaine 7 - I'm A Gipsy Man 8 - The Woman That Got Away 9 - Super Blue 10 - Let Me Do It To You 11 - Cherry 12 - You Got Me On So Bad
This is The Whole Anthology. Just an Okie myself at times. Disc 1 and 2. Two and a 1/2 hours. Most pics have been borrowed Might be good music to play while working on a serious, long project. From what I've read he wasn't too much on achieving commercial fame.... just what he created. Disc 1 0: Call Me The Breeze 2:37 Crazy Mama 5:08 Magnolia 8:32 After Midnight 10:56 Lies 13:54 Changes 16:22 If You're Ever In Oklahoma 18:28 Midnight In Memphis 22:53 Cajun Moon 25:10 Rock And Roll Records 27:15 Any Way The Wind Blows 30:35 Crying 33:10 Everlovin' Woman 35:21 I Got The Same Old Blues 38:18 Woke Up This Morning 41:48 Cocaine 44:42 The Woman That Got Away 47:38 Ride Me High 51:18 Hey Baby 54:36 Durango 1:00:07 I'll Make Love To You Anytime 1:03:18 Don't Cry Sister 1:05:32 Thirteen Days 1:08:22 Things Ain't Simple 1:11:13 Sensitive Kind Disc 2 1:16:20 Carry On 1:18:42 Runaround 1:21:23 Mama Don't Like 1:25:14 City Girls (Glitched) 1:27:25 Devil In Disguise 1:30:07 You Keep Me Hangin' On 1:33:35 Downtown L.A. 1:36:05 Anything Going On 1:38:43 Don't Wait 1:41:52 Wish I Had Me A Dollar 1:45:01 Money Talks 1:49:20 Hard Times 1:53:14 People Lie 1:55:25 Unemployment 1:59:34 Trouble In The City 2:02:59 Santa Cruz 2:06:26 Shanghaid 2:09:02 Change Your Mind 2:11:28 New Orleans 2:14:00 Humdinger 2:17:24 Lonesome Train 2:20:33 Jailer 2:23:17 Artificial Paradise 2:27:21 Long Way Home (Glitched) 2:31:00 Closer To You (Glitched) Don't want to get crazy here BUT....... J.J. CALE - electric, acoustic, rhythm, gut string, slide and lead guitar, piano, organ, synthesizer, bass, drums, and vocals. MUSICIANS RHYTHM GUITAR - Bill Boatman, Harold Bradley, Jimmy Capps, John Christopher, Paul Davis, Ray Edentown, Mac Gayden, Jimmy Johnson, Christine Lakeland, Steve Ripley, Tommy Tedesco, Reggie Young. ELECTRIC GUITAR - Harold Bradley, Chuck Browning, James Burton, Tommy Cogbill, Steve Gibson, Grady Martin, Gordon Payne, Don Preston, Gordon Shryock, Richard Thompson, Reggie Young. SLIDE GUITAR - Mac Gayden. STEEL GUITAR - Buddy Emmons, Lloyd Green, Weldon Myrick. DOBRO - Josh Graves, Walter Haynes. ORGAN - David Briggs, Bobby Emmons, Kossie Gardner, Jim Keltner, Christine Lakeland, Spooner Oldham. PIANO - Barry Beckett, David Briggs, Bobby Emmons, John Galley, Glen D. Hardin, Tony Migliori, Bill Payne, Bill Purcell, Pig Robbins, Jerry Smith, Jerry Whitehurst, Bob Wilson, Bobby Woods. ELECTRIC PIANO - Barry Beckett, Larry Bell, David Briggs, Beegie, Cruzer, Pig Robbins, Leon Russell. SYNTHESIZER - Mike Lawler. BASS - Tommy Cogbill, Billy Cox, Tim Drummond, Charles Dungey, Gary Gilmore, Emory Gordy, David Hood, Carol Kaye, Mike Leech, Bob Moore, Joe Osborn, Norbert Putnam, Carl Radle, Bill Raffenspeger, Nick Rather, Bob Ray, Michael Rhodes. ACOUSTIC BASS - Larry Taylor, Joe Zinkan,. DRUMS - Ace Tone Rhythm Machine, Hayward Bishop, Hal Blaine, Bill Boatman, Chuck Browning, Ken Buttery, James Cruce, Buddy Harmon, Roger Hawkins, Karl Himmel, Jim Karstein, Jim Keltner, Russ Kunkel, Kenny Malone, James Mitthauer, Farrel,Morris, Robert "Tarp"Tarrant. STEEL DRUMS - Robert Greenridge. PERCUSSION - J. I. Allison, Karl Himmel, Jim Karstein, Jim Keltner, Farrell Morris. TRUMPET - Steve Madaio, Bob Phillips, Don Sheffield, George Tidwell. TROMBONE - George Bohanon, Dennis Goode, Bill Humble, Terry Williams. SAXOPHONE - Billy Pruitt, Norman Ray, Dennis Solee. HORN ARRANGEMENTS - Al Capps, Bob Holmes, George Tidwell. FIDDLE - Bill Boatman, Vasser Clements, Shorty Lavender, Buddy Spiker. MANDOLIN - Bill Kenner. HARMONICA - Ed Colis, Charlie McCoy, Terry McMillian. ACCORDION - Garth Hudson. VIOLIN - Doug Atwell, Mary Chantry, Roy Christensen, Carl Gorodetzy, Shelly Kurland, Sid Page. VIOLA - Doug Atwell, Mary Chantry, Roy Christensen, Carl Gorodetzy, Shelly Kurland, Sid Page. VIOLA - Marcy Dicterow-vaj. CELLO - Nancy Stein. STRING ARRANGEMENTS - Carl Mullins, Al Capps. BACKING VOCALS - Hoyt Axton, Diane Davidson, Marilyn Davis, Christine Lakeland, Gary Paxton, Sherry Porter, Joanne Sweeny, Leslie Taylor. ENGINEERS RECORDING ENGINEERS: Audie Ashworth, Paul Brown, J.J. Cale. Hugh Davies, Gene Eichelberger, Chad Hailey, Rick Horton, Stan Hutlo, David Johnson, Les Ladd, Christine Lakeland, Ronnie Light, Jerry Masters, Paul McManus, Joe Mills, Brett Newman, Charlie Paarkari, Ron Reynolds, Steve Ripley, Rail Jon Roguit, Duane Seykora, Jimmy Tarbutlon, Jim Williamson and Chip Young. MIXING ENGINEERS: Audie Ashworth, Paul Brown, J.J. Cale, Hugh Davies, Gene Eighberger, Rick Horton, Stan Hutto, David Johnson, Les Ladd, Ronnie Light, Jerry Masters, J. R. McNeely, Joe Mills, Ron Reynolds, Jimmy Tarbutton and Jim Williamson. I hope I got this all right. I think J.J wanted to thank all involved for their contributions throughout the years.
Eric Clapton with JJ Cale performing "Anyway The Wind Blows" from the upcoming release Eric Clapton with Special Guest JJ Cale - "Live From San Diego" Pre-Order at http://www.EricClapton.com
JJ Cale and Friends at The Roxy - Wash DC 10-22-86 - 2nd Show Here is my version of this show made on my trusty Beta-Max. Ian was running the show at this point at the Roxy but Dave R borrowed my deck & got in in during the 1st show and it remained for this 2nd/Late show. Dave Redman (not his real name....) and I started running camera soon after this show as Ian had to leave for reasons I'm not aware of. Dave, for some reason has gone completely insane and has come to believe we never worked together (for 3 1/2 years) at The Roxy and is making claims that I never worked there at all! As absurd as this is, it rankles me that our memories could be so different but screw it - I'm sharing all I have despite Dave and his greedy intentions. If these Roxy Shows are not Master Tapes, they are 1st Gen's as Dave & I lent whatever to each other as requested but usually whomever was working, we had the other's deck also (Dave was VHS and I was Beta-Max) so usually there were two master recordings made.
J.J.Cale - Call me the breeze, Cain's Ballroom, Tulsa (2004)
The Road to Escondido is an album by JJ Cale and Eric Clapton. It was released on 7 November 2006. Contained on this album are the final recordings of Billy Preston, to whom the album is dedicated. Track Listing: 1.Danger (00:00) 2.Heads in Georgia (05:34) 3.Missing Person (09:47) 4.When This War Is Over (14:13) 5.Sporting Life Blues (18:03) 6.Dead End Road (21:35) 7.It's Easy (25:05) 8.Hard to Thrill (29:25) 9.Anyway the Wind Blows (34:37) 10.Three Little Girls (38:33) 11.Don't Cry Sister (41:18) 12.Last Will and Testament (44:29) 13.Who Am I Telling You? (48:26) 14.Ride the River (52:35)