J.J. Cale – Stay Around (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

J.J. Cale - Stay Around (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: J.J. Cale
Album: Stay Around
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 48:37
Total Tracks: 15
Total Size: 542 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. J.J. Cale – Lights Down Low (02:20)
1-2. J.J. Cale – Chasing You (04:26)
1-3. J.J. Cale – Winter Snow (03:25)
1-4. J.J. Cale – Stay Around (04:42)
1-5. J.J. Cale – Tell You ‘Bout Her (03:45)
1-6. J.J. Cale – Oh My My (01:51)
1-7. J.J. Cale – My Baby Blues (03:04)
1-8. J.J. Cale – Girl Of Mine (03:02)
1-9. J.J. Cale – Go Downtown (03:32)
1-10. J.J. Cale – If We Try (02:49)
1-11. J.J. Cale – Tell Daddy (03:24)
1-12. J.J. Cale – Wish You Were Here (02:45)
1-13. J.J. Cale – Long About Sundown (02:48)
1-14. J.J. Cale – Maria (03:38)
1-15. J.J. Cale – Don’t Call Me Joe (03:01)

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A new JJ Cale album featuring previously unreleased material, Stay Around, will be released in April. The singer, songwriter and guitarist, who wrote “Call Me the Breeze,” a hit for Lynyrd Skynyrd, and “After Midnight” and “Cocaine,” made famous by Eric Clapton, died in July 2013 at 74. Compiled by his widow, the musician Christine Lakeland Cale, and his friend and longtime manager Mike Kappus, Stay Around is set for an April 26 release via Because Music. It’s the first new Cale album since 2009’s Roll On.J.J. Cale was the embodiment of cool blues. With his atypical blend of rock, folk, country, blues and jazz, he was one of the most influential figures in rock’n’ roll. Worshipped by Clapton, the Cocaine writer who spent most of his time in a mobile home remains the essence of a laid-back and relaxed musical style. For his fans, Stay Around is a gift from heaven. This posthumous record from April 2019 brings together fifteen unreleased songs mixed and produced by Cale himself and compiled by his widow, Christine Lakeland, and his old collaborator and manager Mike Kappus. “I wanted to find stuff that was completely unheard to max-out the ‘Cale factor’,” says Lakeland, “using as much that came from John’s ears and fingers and his choices as I could, so I stuck to John’s mixes. You can make things so sterile that you take the human feel out. But John left a lot of that human feel in. He left so much room for interpretation.” Obviously, all these gems – from the stripped back Oh My My Myto the more elaborate Chasing You – do not change anything at all about what we knew and loved about this king of cool. The quality of Stay Around, which never sounds slap-dash, proves that the man took every second of his art seriously. And as always with him, we come out of this posthumous album with the feeling of having fully lived a human and warm encounter. A sincere and engaging experience, connected to the soul and the gut. – Marc Zisman

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