Really

Really
Really
Album par J.J. Cale
Sortie 30 novembre 1972
Enregistrement Avril à juillet 1972
Durée 30:55
Genre Rock
Producteur Audie Ashworth
Label Polygram International - Mercury
Critique Allmusic 3 étoiles
Albums de J.J. Cale
Naturally (1971)
Okie (1974)

Really (1972) est le 2e album de l'auteur-compositeur-interprète et guitariste américain de rock J.J. Cale.

Sommaire

Historique

L'album a été enregistré avec des musiciens de Nashville.

Le titre Everything Will Be Alright sera repris par Eric Clapton en 2010 sur l'album Clapton. J.J. Cale accompagnant Clapton.

Titres de l’album

  1. Lies – 2:56
  2. Everything Will Be Alright - 3:15
  3. I'll Kiss The World Goodbye - 1:47
  4. Changes - 2:25
  5. Right Down Here - 3:14
  6. If You're Ever In Oklahoma - 2:06
  7. Ridin' Home - 2:39
  8. Going Down - 3:00
  9. Soulin' - 2:19
  10. Playing In The Street - 1:51
  11. Mo Jo - 2:29
  12. Louisiana Women - 2:56

Compositions de J.J. Cale, exception faite de Going Down écrit par Don Nix et MoJo par MacKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters)

Musiciens

  • J.J. Cale - guitare, voix
  • Barry Beckett - piano
  • Bill Boatman Guitar - guitare
  • David Paul Briggs - piano
  • Kenneth A. Buttrey - batterie
  • Jimmy Capps Guitar - guitare
  • Vassar Clements - violon
  • Kossie Gardner - orgue
  • Mac Gayden Guitar - guitare
  • Gary Gilmore - guitare basse
  • Josh Graves - dobro
  • Roger Hawkins - batterie
  • Bob Holmes - cor d'harmonie
  • David Hood - guitare basse
  • Bill Humble - trombone
  • Jimmy Johnson - guitare
  • Jim Karstein - batterie
  • Charlie McCoy - harmonica
  • Farrell Morris - percussions, conga, batterie
  • Bob Phillips - trompette
  • Norbert Putnam - guitare basse
  • Bob Ray - guitare basse
  • Norman Ray Bass - saxophone, voix
  • Don Sheffield - trompette
  • George Soulé - batterie
  • Robert Tarrant - conga
  • Bobby Woods - piano
  • Joe Zinkan - guitare basse

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