J.J. Cale - Travelin' Light / Hey Baby album flac
1 - Hey Baby 2 - Travelin' Light 3 - You Got Something 4 - Ride Me High 5 - Hold On 6 - Cocaine 7 - I'm A Gipsy Man 8 - The Woman That Got Away 9. .
Tracklist: 00:00 Hey Baby 03:20 Travelin' Light 06:18 You Got Something 10:20 Ride Me High 14:00 Hold On 16:03 Cocaine 19:04 I'm A Gypsy Man .
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Cale's own version of "Travelin' Light" was played to awaken the crews of the Atlantis Space Shuttle and International Space Station preceding their spacewalk early on Friday May 21, 2010. All songs written by J. J. Cale, except "I'm a Gypsy Man", by Sonny Curtis. Travelin' Light" – 2:50. You Got Something" – 4:00. Ride Me High" – 3:34. I'm a Gypsy Man" – 2:42
Travelin' Light (J. Cale song). Cale recorded the song in 1976 and released it in September 1976 on his studio album Troubadour and it was also released as a single by Shelter Records the same year. Cale's recording was produced by Audie Ashworth and is two minute and 50 second long.
Cale's albums are so steeped in his introspective style that they become interchangeable. If you like one of them, chances are you'll want to have them all. This one is notable for introducing "Cocaine," which Eric Clapton covered on his Slowhand album a year later.
Travelin' Light" was covered by Eric Clapton on his 2001 album Reptile, and by Widespread Panic on their debut album Space Wrangler. The Sensitive Kind" was covered by Santana on their 1981 album Zebop!, and by John Mayall on his 1990 album A Sense of Place. Mama Don't" was covered by French singer Francis Cabrel under the title "Madame n'aime pas" on his 2008 album Des roses et des orties. In 2014, Eric Clapton & Friends released the tribute album The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale
Travelin Light Ukulele - J. Cale, Version (1). Play Travelin Light Ukulele using simple video lessons. Travelin' Light" from the 1976 JJ Cale album, "Troubadour". Standard Tuning In the Key of F flatminor. The song starts out in F you should prefer to listen to the song Author's note: Please note that this is my interpretation of this song. Travelin' light, we can go beyond Travelin' light, we can catch the wind Travelin' light, let your mind pretend We can go to paradise Maybe once, maybe twice Travelin' light, is the only way to fly. This is a great JJ Cale tune, people usually go to JJ Cale for good songs, people like: Eric Clapton- Mustang Sally, Cocaine.
Travelin' Light" from the 1976 JJ Cale album, "Troubadour". Standard Tuning In the Key of F flatminor The song starts out in F you should prefer to listen to the song Author'. Travelin' light, let your mind pretend. We can go to paradise. Maybe once, maybe twice. Travelin' light, is the only way to fly. Lynyrd Sknyrd- The Same Old Blues, Call Me The Breeze.
Troubadour (LP, Album, Pit).
- Published By – Audigram Music
- Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc B.V.
- Producer – Audie Ashworth
- Written-By – J.J. Cale
NotesA Shelter Recording
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 6073 431.1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 6073 431.2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout stamped): AA 6073 431 1W 1 Ⓟ 1976 670 04 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout stamped): AA 6073 431 2W 1 Ⓟ 1976 670 04 1