J.J. Cale
Naturally =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1971 )- 2013 EU issue on 180g vinyl LP -His debut album, including: "Call Me The Breeze" & "After Midnight". J.J. Cale never recorded a full album until Eric Clapton scored a huge hit with Cale's "After Midnight"

Label:  Music On Vinyl 
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Release date: 22-09-2011(Originally released in 1971)

2013 EU issue on 180g vinyl LP -His debut album, including: "Call Me The Breeze" & "After Midnight". J.J. Cale never recorded a full album until Eric Clapton scored a huge hit with Cale's "After Midnight".

Tracks:
A1. Call Me The Breeze
A2. Call The Doctor
A3. Don't Go To Strangers
A4. Woman I Love
A5. Magnolia
A6. Clyde     

Naturally officially introduced the music world to the great J.J. Cale and his distinctive laid back country-rock style. Along with the classic "After Midnight" (covered famously by Eric Clapton), Naturally also features the hit singles "Crazy Mama" and "They Call Me The Breeze." Beautifully recorded with clearly defined punchy bass, this 180g reissue represents an immense improvement over the original A&M version and it marks the first time that this classic recording has been available as an audiophile LP.

B1. Crazy Mama
B2. Nowhere To Run
B3. After Midnight
B4. River Runs Deep
B5. Bringing It Back
B6. Crying Eyes

J.J. Cale never recorded a full album until Eric Clapton scored a huge hit with Cale's "After Midnight". Encouraged by friend and producer Audie Ashworth, J.J. Cale recorded Naturally to capitalize on the success of his song. He released his debut album in 1972, not knowing this would be the beginning of the so-called Tulsa-sound. A lazy, rolling Boogie that contradicted all the commercial styles of Boogie, Blues, and Country-Rock that was popular at the time. This new sound became the blueprint for the adult-oriented Roots Rock of Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler, among others.

Naturally contains a new version of "After Midnight" recorded by J.J. Cale as well as the hits "Crazy Mama" and "Call Me The Breeze", which was later covered by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Over the years J.J. Cale has written several hits for other musicians and recorded more than fifteen albums which makes him one of the most successful – and lasting – singer- songwriters of his generation.


Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Music On Vinyl
Originally released: 1971
This release: 2011
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