Okie is the third studio album by J. J. Cale, released in 1974. After having Eric Clapton take his composition After Midnight to the Top 20 in 1970, Cale scored another windfall when Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded Call Me the Breeze for their 1974 LP Second Helping.
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Okie (Cass, Album, RE). Mercury. Okie (LP, Album, RP). Shelter Recording Company Inc. ISA 5004.
Tracklist: 1. Crying, 2. I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me), 3. Starbound, 4. Rock And Roll Records, 5. The Old Man And Me, 6. Everlovin’ Woman, 7. Cajun Moon, 8. I’d Like To Love You Baby, 9. Anyway The Wind Blows, 10. Precious Memories, 11. Okie, 12. I Got The Same Old Blues. 9. Anyway The Wind Blows. 10. Precious Memories. 12. Cale: To Tulsa And Back by . Rewind (Unreleased Recordings) by .
19 April 2015 ·. JJ Cale - Sensitive Kind, 5 (1979). Sensitive Kind - JJ Cale. 29 March 2015 ·. Okie - 1974. Finding little success as a recording artist, he later returned to Tulsa and was considering giving up the music business until Clapton recorded Cale's "After Midnight" in 1970 st album, Naturally, established his style, described by Los Angeles Times writer Richard Cromelin as a "unique hybrid of blues, folk and jazz, marked by relaxed grooves and Cale's fluid guitar and laconic vocals.
Okie, his third album, appeared in 1974. Two years later, he released Troubadour, which yielded "Hey Baby," his last minor hit, as well as the original version of "Cocaine," a song that Clapton would later cover. By this point, Cale had settled into a comfortable career as a cult artist and he rarely made any attempt to break into the mainstream. One more album on Shelter Records, 5, appeared in 1979 and then he switched labels, signing with MCA in 1981. In 1983, Cale released his eighth album, 8. The album became his first not to chart. Following its release, Cale left Mercury and entered a long period of seclusion, reappearing in late 1990 with Travel Log, which was released on the British independent label Silvertone; the album appeared in America the following year. 10 was released in 1992. The album failed to chart, but it re-established his power as a cult artist.
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Cale's signature laid back, bluesy style of Country Rock has distinguished him from contemporary early '70s singers. His unique sound shows on his third album Okie (1974), where he merges these influences with Gospel