Notes: I found this one in a used record shop in England. Although many people don't recognize the name, J. J. Cale has written many of their favorite tunes. "Call Me the Breeze" and "After Midnight" can still be heard daily on the classic rock wavelength cast across this land. And the rest of the record is brilliant as well. His playing and his voice carry the tunes and tell the stories as he rambles through the peoples lives and visits their special places. Although the copy I have shows a release date of 1983 these sessions were recorded in 1970/1971. The cover painting has a nice "down-home" country feel to it that carries through to the music inside. Among those receiving thanks on the cover are Carl Radle (bass) and Leon Russell.