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Playing In The Street - J.J. Cale - Really (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen to J. J. Cale lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist J. J. Cale.
  2. Another entertaining album from J.J. Cale whom Eric Clapton would go on to make millions off of by not only playing his songs but aping his style. 12 brief songs here and most of them are gems. Pretty weird sounding also which adds a uniqueness. Likely the result of Cale recording a good chunk of this album by himself.
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  5. Playing In The Street Lyrics by J. J. Cale at the Lyrics Depot. Artist: J. J. Cale Album: Really. Hiding in the alley, smoking cigarettes Tippling in the corner, Lord, I can't forget I ain't seen no rolling, no rolling do I need Come and get me mama, I been playing in the street Grown into a big man, grass it get me high.
  6. A more extroverted affair than its predecessor, Really searches for a sound that will connect Cale with the wider audience expected of him following the success of twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co album was recorded in a variety of settings and it wears its patchwork influences well. On “Lies” Cale’s signature shuffle is bolstered by a Dixie horn section, while “If You’re Ever in Oklahoma” is a.
  7. Nov 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about J.J. Cale - Really at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your J.J. Cale collection/5().
  8. I'd say that you'd do a lot better by getting "Naturally" and "Really" than any "best of", anthology or live album. Maybe "Troubador" would round it out with "Cocaine", but you start getting away from the real meat of J.J.'s sound and into filler with the other albums. J.J.'s music can be witty, foot-tapping ditties, or can be absolutely boring/5(86).

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