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Really
J.J. Cale
Really
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1

No Description Available — Track: 10: Playing In The Street,Track: 11: Mo Jo,Track: 12: Louisiana Women,Track: 1: Lies,Track: 2: Everything Will Be Alright,Track: 3: I'll Kiss The World Goodbye,Track: 4: Changes,Track: 5: R...  more »

      
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All Artists: J.J. Cale
Title: Really
Members Wishing: 7
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal I.S.
Release Date: 2/24/2003
Album Type: Import
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
Styles: Singer-Songwriters, Blues Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 042281031427, 0042281031427, 0602517840256

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Track: 10: Playing In The Street,Track: 11: Mo Jo,Track: 12: Louisiana Women,Track: 1: Lies,Track: 2: Everything Will Be Alright,Track: 3: I'll Kiss The World Goodbye,Track: 4: Changes,Track: 5: Right Down Here,Track: 6: If You're Ever In Oklahoma,Track: 7: Ridin' Home,Track: 8: Going Down,Track: 9: Soulin'
Media Type: CD
Artist: CALE,J.J.
Title: REALLY
Street Release Date: 04/03/1990

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"Really" and "Naturally" are the real J.J. Cale
Bruce Boatner | Eagle, Idaho USA | 07/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Everyone has their favorites, but being a J.J. Cale fan for a lot longer than I'd wish to admit (has it really been almost 30 years?) 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. So stick with the real winners, which are the two I mentioned."Really" is much better engineered than "Naturally", at least on at least half the tracks. They even hired some real studio musicians, since after "Naturally" they figured this boy might actually have some potential. The piano and bass players are fabulous, and there's solid drumming on most tracks.J.J. Cale played an important role in the mentoring of some influential rock guitarists, as I discussed in my review of "Naturally""
Best of J.J.Cale (FJB/O!-music 2006)
A.J.H. Woodcount | 09/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There are about 5 essential Cale-albums. This is the one without songs like After Midnight and Cocaine. Still it's the best one. Cale is as laid-back as always, but also funky and jazzy with a unique sound only to be heard on this album. I like the piano and of course the guitar is allright. Together with Naturally it's the best of the Cale-albums you can get."
Laid back and in the groove
Jorge Barbarosa | the back 9 | 01/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Goin' Down was getting the radio play back when FM stations were kind of operating in the underground mode. FM used to be subversive, so the programming was anything but pop and top 40. This is a great release, showcasing the style of J.J. as only J.J. could do it. A number of his songs have been recorded by other artists. Clapton has done two that I know of (Cocaine and Tulsa Time), Merle Haggard... I'm sure there's more. J.J. used to play at the Inn of the Beginning in Cotati California (Marin County) back in the mid-70's, I saw him there a couple of times. Very down to earth music and vastly underappreciated or virtually unknown by the mainstream masses. Pick this one up, Natually was good too. These were early releases yet they displayed a developed musician who was totally into his own thing. Not many musicians were the real deal. I think J.J. was and is the embodiment of J.J. Cale, no false pretenses here. What you see is what you get. You just gotta' love honesty, it comes out in the music."