J.J. Cale († July 26, 2013) was an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. His influence as a musical artist has been widely acknowledged by many rock musicians and is considered to be one of the originators of The Tulsa Sound, an amalgamation of blues, rockabilly, country and jazz.

 

Classic songs, written and performed by J.J. Cale, like "After Midnight", "Cocaine", "Call Me The Breeze" and many more were re-recorded by other acts and artists who enjoyed success with them. His collaboration with Eric Clapton on "The Road To Escondido" won the 2008 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2006.

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    1. After Midnight
    2. Crazy Mama
    3. Call Me The Breeze
    4. Magnolia
    5. Crying Eyes
    6. Lies
    7. I'll Kiss The World Goodbye
    8. If You're Ever In Oklahoma
    9. Changes
    10. Crying
    11. Cajun Moon
    12. Okie
    13. Anyway The Wind Blows
    14. Cocaine
    15. Travellin' Light
    16. Hey Baby
    17. Cherry
    18. You Got Something
    19. I'll Make Love To You Anytime
    20. Don't Cry Sister
    21. Sensitive Kind
    22. Thirteen Days
    23. Mona
    24. Carry On
    25. Mama Don't
    26. If You Leave Her
    27. City Girls
    28. Don't Wait
    29. Downtown L.A.
    30. Devil In Disguise
    31. Grasshopper
    32. Money Talks
    33. Hard Times
    34. Teardrops In My Tequila
    35. Trouble In The City
    36. Change Your Mind
    37. Lady Luck
    38. Lonesome Train
    39. Jailer
    40. Borrowed Time
    41. Low Down
    42. Guitar Man
    43. Stone River
    44. The Problem
    45. Midnight In Memphis
    46. Woke Up This Morning
    47. Durango
    48. Things Ain't Simple
    49. Santa Cruz