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JJ Cale

JJ Cale (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)
JJ Cale (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)

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March 08, 2015 "JJ was a inspiration to many who copied his talent"
February 11, 2015 "JJ's music has always been a source of well being and good vibes and whenever I'm feeling unwell it's lifting my mood, so when the message of his passing came, it was actually he himself who gave me comfort
- a rare treasure.
I'm sure that for his family and friends the personal absence of a treasure like him is very hard to cope with
and my heart goes out to especially Christine... I know I'm late, but, dearest condolences to all of you who miss him.
Amongst too many great songs to mention,
"I did not make this ol' world, I'm just livin' here too" became one of my favourite lines ever.
Sadly, I've never had the chance to see JJ perform in concert,
there was no one like him and there will never be.
But I always said that his best albums were those on which he worked together with Audie Ashworth, and listening to the two of them, reunited in a better place, is now a prospect to look forward to...
LOVE & PEACE,
Roopie" - Rupert Lenz (Freiburg, Germany)
July 28, 2014 "great songwriter, great musician

ex-atlanta constitution-journal pop music writer now retired russ devault"
July 26, 2014 "play great upstairs keep the breeze moving ;god bless you/////// joe Malone oh."
July 17, 2014 "One of the highlights of my life...meeting J.J. Cale and Gatemouth Brown together backstage at House of Blues New Orleans in June, 2004, the night the CD "To Tulsa and Back" was released. Roll On J.J. Cale. Thanks for so many great memories." - W.J. Wood (LA)
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LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP) - Grammy-winning musician JJ Cale, whose best known songs became hits for Eric Clapton with "After Midnight" and Lynyrd Skynyrd...
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