Cale Jj Lyrics

Genre: Country

Cale Jj Albums

Cale Jj Lyrics - by Popularity

1 After Midnight (J J Cale)
2 Call The Doctor (J J Cale)
3 Lonesome Train (J J Cale)
4 River Boat Song (J J Cale)
5 If You Leave Her (J J Cale)
6 Who's Talking (T Drummond, Tarczon, J J Cale)
7 Katy Kool Lady (Christine Lakeland And J J Cale)
8 River Runs Deep (J J Cale)
9 Shady Grove (J J Cale)
10 Hold On Baby (J J Cale)
11 I'd Like To Love You Baby (J J Cale)
12 Rock And Roll Records (J J Cale)
13 Hey Baby (J J Cale)
14 Hold On (J J Cale)
15 Change Your Mind (J J Cale)
16 Teardrops In My Tequila (Paul Craft)
17 Tijuana (J J Cale)
18 Does Your Mama Like To Reggae? (J J Cale And Chris
19 Let's Go To Tahiti (Bill Boatman And Roger Tilliso
20 Lou-Easy-Ann (J J Cale)
21 I'll Be There If You Ever Want Me (Rusty Gabbard A
22 Any Way The Wind Blows (J J Cale)
23 Mama Don't (Arr By J J Cale)
24 Devil In Disguise (J J Cale)
25 Cajun Moon
26 Nobody But You (J J Cale)
27 Runaround (J J Cale)
28 Carry On (J J Cale)
29 Lies (J J Cale)
30 Sensitive Kind (J J Cale)
31 Humdinger (J J Cale)
32 Livin' Here Too (J J Cale)
33 One Step Ahead Of The Blues (Roger Tillison)
34 Shanghaid (J J Cale And A Ashworth)
35 Travelin' Light
36 Pack My Jack (J J Cale)
37 Losers (J J Cale And Christine Lakeland)
38 Starbound (J J Cale)
39 Dr Jive (J J Cale)
40 Louisiana Women
41 Clyde (J J Cale And C W Beavers)
42 I'll Kiss The World Goodbye (J J Cale)
43 Low Rider (J J Cale)
44 Reality (J J Cale)
45 Takin' Care Of Business (J J Cale)
46 Crying Eyes (J J Cale)
47 You Got Me On So Bad (J J Cale)
48 Jailer (J J Cale)
49 The Old Man And Me (J J Cale)
50 You Keep Me Hanging On
51 Mojo (M Morganfield)
52 The Woman That Got Away (J J Cale)
53 Going Down (Don Nix)
54 They Call Me The Breeze (J J Cale)
55 Money Talks (J J Cale And Christine Lakeland)
56 Thirteen Days (J J Cale)
57 Disadvantage (J Karstein, T Drummond, S Oldham, C
58 Let Me Do It To You (J J Cale)
59 Can't Live Here (J J Cale)
60 Too Much For Me (J J Cale)
61 Don't Cry Sister (J J Cale)
62 Nowhere To Run (J J Cale)
63 Changes (J J Cale)
64 Traces (J J Cale)
65 Don't Go To Strangers (J J Cale)
66 Don't Wait (J J Cale)
67 She's In Love (J J Cale)
68 Cherry (J J Cale)
69 Trouble In The City (J J Cale)
70 Downtown L A (J J Cale)
71 Passion (J J Cale)
72 Soulin' (J J Cale)
73 City Girls (J J Cale)
74 Unemployment (J J Cale)
75 Drifters Wife (J J Cale)
76 If You're Ever In Oklahoma (J J Cale)
77 People Lie (J J Cale)
78 Cloudy Day (J J Cale)
79 What Do You Expect? (J J Cale)
80 I Got The Same Old Blues (J J Cale)
81 Playing In The Street (J J Cale)
82 Super Blue (J J Cale)
83 End Of The Line (J J Cale)
84 Love Has Been Gone (J J Cale)
85 Precious Memories (J J Cale)
86 Take Out Some Insurance (J J Cale)
87 Cocaine (J J Cale)
88 Wish I Had Not Said That (J J Cale)
89 Everlovin' Woman (J J Cale)
90 Crazy Mama (J J Cale)
91 Woman I Love (J J Cale)
92 Everything Will Be Alright (J J Cale)
93 I'll Make Love To You Anytime (J J Cale)
94 Magnolia (J J Cale)
95 Ride Me High (J J Cale)
96 Fate Of A Fool (J J Cale)
97 I'm A Gypsy Man (Sonny Curtis)
98 Ridin' Home (J J Cale)
99 Artificial Paradise (J J Cale)
100 That Kind Of Thing (J J Cale)
101 Crying (J J Cale)
102 You Got Something (J J Cale)
103 Feeling In Love (J J Cale)
104 Mississippi River (J J Cale)
105 Right Down Here (J J Cale)
106 A Thing Goin' On (J J Cale)
107 Deep Dark Dungeon (J J Cale)
108 Friday (J J Cale)
109 Boilin' Pot (J J Cale)
110 Lady Luck (J J Cale)
111 Mona (J J Cale)
112 Bringing It Back (J J Cale)
113 Digital Blues (J J Cale)
114 Hard Times
115 Lean On Me (J J Cale)
116 New Orleans (J J Cale)
117 Roll On Mama (J J Cale)

Cale Jj Bio

JJ Cale (also J.J. Cale), born John Weldon Cale on December 5, 1938, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter and musician. Cale is one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Cale's personal style has often been described as "laid back".

His only U.S. hit single, Crazy Mama, peaked at #22 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1972. During the 2006 documentary film To Tulsa and Back Cale recounts the story of being offered the opportunity to appear on Dick Clark's American Bandstand to promote the song, which would have moved the song higher on the charts. Cale declined when told he could not bring his band to the taping and would be required to lip-sync the words to the song.

His songs have been performed by a number of other musicians including "After Midnight" and "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton, "Magnolia" by Jai, "Bringing It Back" by Kansas, "Call Me the Breeze" and "I Got the Same Old Blues" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Travelin' Light" and "Ride Me High" by Widespread Panic, "Tijuana" by Harry Manx, and "Sensitive Kind" by Carlos Santana.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JJ_Cale