JJ-Cale-Obituary

In Memory Of

JJ Cale

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I'm much too late for condolences,but still feel I have to express my feelings about the world feeling a bit more lonely without such a great man and musician.
JJ Cale was and for me is a moment of rest, a painting of memories.
I got Okie and Troubadour as the first music carriers in a time when you did not own much and music was a wealth.
I turn his music daily and could not do without it, it's the only music you can play at any time, under any circumstance and in any mood.

I was reading an article written about John and at the end, the writer said "thanks for the music with no expiration date". Your music will live forever and I so enjoy listening to it on a daily basis. Rest easy. Thoughts to Christine. Hope you're doing ok.

Lynne

JJ was a inspiration to many who copied his talent

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 songwriter, great musician

ex-atlanta constitution-journal pop music writer now retired russ devault

play great upstairs keep the breeze moving ;god bless you/////// joe Malone oh.

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.

Such a great musician and a great loss to the music community. Thanks to Eric Clapton for his Album of appreciation to JJ out this month. RIP

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