J.J. Cale – Discography (1971 – 2009)

J.J. Cale - Discography (1971 - 2009)

J.J. Cale – Discography (1971 – 2009)
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STUDIO ALBUMS | LIVE ALBUMS | COMPILATIONS
Label: Various | Genre: Blues Rock, Country Rock

With his laid-back rootsy style, J.J. Cale was best known for writing “After Midnight” and “Cocaine,” songs that Eric Clapton later made into hits. But Cale’s influence wasn’t only through songwriting — his distinctly loping sense of rhythm and shuffling boogie became the blueprint for the adult-oriented roots rock of Clapton and Mark Knopfler, among others. Cale’s refusal to vary the sound of his music over the course of his career caused some critics to label him as a one-trick pony, but he managed to build a dedicated cult following with his sporadically released recordings.

Born in Oklahoma City but raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Cale played in a variety of rock & roll bands and Western swing groups as a teenager, including one outfit that also featured Leon Russell. In 1959, at the age of 21, he moved to Nashville, where he was hired by the Grand Ole Opry’s touring company. After a few years, he returned to Tulsa, where he reunited with Russell and began playing local clubs. In 1964, Cale and Russell moved to Los Angeles with another local Oklahoma musician, Carl Radle. ― Allmusic

1. STUDIO:

1971. Naturally (198-, Mercury, 830-042-2, France)
1971. Naturally (198-, Mercury, 830042-2, USA)
1971. Naturally (2013, Universal, UICY-75627, Japan, SHM-CD)

1972. Really (1987, Mercury, 810-314-2, W.Germany)
1972. Really (2013, Universal, UICY-75628, Japan, SHM-CD)

1974. Okie (198-, Mercury, 842-102-2, W.Germany)
1974. Okie (2013, Universal, UICY-75629, Japan, SHM-CD)

1975. Troubadour (2013, Universal, UICY-75630, Japan, SHM-CD)
1976. Troubadour (199-, Mercury, 810-001-2, Germany)

1979. 5 (199-, Mercury, 810-313-2, Germany)
1979. 5 (2013, Universal, UICY-75631, Japan, SHM-CD)

1980. Shades (199-, Mercury, 800-105-2, Germany)
1981. Shades (2013, Universal, UICY-75632, Japan, SHM-CD)

1982. Grasshopper (199-, Mercury, 800-038-2, Germany)
1982. Grasshopper (2013, Universal, UICY-75633, Japan, SHM-CD)

1983. #8 (199-, Mercury, 811-152-2, Germany)
1983. #8 (2013, Universal, UICY-75634, Japan, SHM-CD)

1989. Travel-Log (1989, Silvertone Rec., 7243 8 42690 2 9, Holland)
1989. Travel-Log (199-, Silvertone Rec., 82876 55123 2, EU)
1989. Travel-Log (1990, Silverstone Rec., 1306-2-J, USA)

1992. Number 10 (1992, Silvertone Rec., 82876 55124 2, EU)

1994. Closer To You (1994, Delabel, DE 7243 8 39610 2 3, Holland)

1996. Guitar Man (1996, Delabel, 7243 8 41480 2 7, Holland)

2004. To Tulsa And Back (2004, Capitol, 7243 5788262 0, EU)

2009. Roll On (2009, Rounder Records, 11661-3258-2, USA)

 
2. LIVE:

1979. In Session At The Paradise Studios, Los Angeles 1979 (2003, Classic Pictures, CPA6096X, UK)
1979. In Session At The Paradise Studios, Los Angeles 1979 (2012, Concert ONE, COTV109, USA, CD+DVD)

2001. Live (2001, Delabel, 7243 8506422 7, CDVIR 139, EU)

 
3. COMPILATION:

1984. Special Edition (1984, Mercury, 818 633-2, W.Germany)
1984. Special Edition (1996, Nippon Phonogram Co., PCHR-4221, Japan)

1997. Anyway The Wind Blows. The Anthology (1997, Mercury, 532 901-2, EU, 2CD)

1997. The Very Best Of (1997, Mercury, 534 754-2, Germany)

2006. Collected (2006, Universal, 984 096-3, Netherlands, 3CD)

2006. The Definitive Collection (2006, Mercury, 314 534 754-2, USA)

2007. Rewind. Unreleased Recordings (2007, Really Crazy Mamas Music, 1747740, EU)
 

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