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Naturally is the debut album by J. J. Cale released in 1972. Cale, who was raised in Oklahoma, first tasted success in 1964 when singer Mel McDaniel scored a regional hit with Cale’s composition Lazy Me. From there Cale moved to California and worked at Leon Russell’s home studio as a chief engineer and began performing at places like the Whiskey A Go Go. Cale. First released in 1972, it includes his song "After Midnight", which had been recorded first by Eric Clapton in 1970. Cale, who was languishing in obscurity at the time, had no knowledge of Clapton's recording of "After Midnight" until it became a radio hit in 1970. Cale recalled to Mojo magazine that when he heard Clapton's version playing on his radio, "I was dirt poor, not making enough to eat and I wasn't a young man.
Mixing: Producers Workshop, Hollywood Mastering: The Mastering Lab, Hollywood. A1. Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI Screen Gems-Columbia Music, In. Songpainter Music, In. BMI A2. Screen Gems-Columbia Music, In. BMI A3. Unart Music Corporation, BMI Templeton Publishing Company, In. ASCAP A4.
Okie is the third studio album by J. Cale, released in 1974. Okie dialect - Southern American English. Okie dokie - slang for Okay. Okie Noodling - documentary about fishing in Oklahoma.
Naturally (J. Cale album), Naturally is the debut album by J J Cale First released in 1972, it includes his song After Midnight, which had been recorded first by Eric Cl. Naturally (J. Cale album).
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|1||Orient Bounce (Intro)||Dialect||2:54|
|3||In the Palm of My Hands||Dialect||5:00|
|6||Fallacious Guitar Speak||Dialect||1:38|
|11||The Main Feature (Outro)||Dialect||3:07|