Double LP version. First vinyl edition; 180 gram vinyl; gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves; includes CD. A reissue of JJ Cale's To Tulsa And Back, originally released in 2004. The song "These Blues" was used on an episode of Dog the Bounty Hunter. Personnel: JJ Cale - vocals, guitar, synthesizer, banjo, all other instruments; Shelby Eicher - fiddle, mandolin; Christine Lakeland - guitar; Don White - guitar; Bill Raffensperger - bass; Gary Gilmore - bass; Walt Richmond - keyboards; Rocky Frisco - keyboards; Jim Karstein - drums; Jimmy Markham - harmonica. "On his first studio outing in eight years, the mythical Okie troubadour turns in a solid set of his trademark dusty blues tunes. What is not so typical, as with Travel-Log from 1990, is that Cale steeps himself in technology and evokes the moods and frameworks of music that intersect with the blues or stand in opposition to them. The keyboards, drum loops, and horns on this record are as pervasive as the guitars." -All Music
Double LP version. First vinyl edition; 180 gram vinyl; gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves; includes CD. A reissue of JJ Cale's To Tulsa And Back, originally released in 2004. The song "These Blues" was used on an episode of Dog the Bounty Hunter. Personnel: JJ Cale - vocals, guitar, synthesizer, banjo, all other instruments; Shelby Eicher - fiddle, mandolin; Christine Lakeland - guitar; Don White - guitar; Bill Raffensperger - bass; Gary Gilmore - bass; Walt Richmond - keyboards; Rocky Frisco - keyboards; Jim Karstein - drums; Jimmy Markham - harmonica. "On his first studio outing in eight years, the mythical Okie troubadour turns in a solid set of his trademark dusty blues tunes. What is not so typical, as with Travel-Log from 1990, is that Cale steeps himself in technology and evokes the moods and frameworks of music that intersect with the blues or stand in opposition to them. The keyboards, drum loops, and horns on this record are as pervasive as the guitars." -All Music
5060525434396

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORT LABEL
Rel. Date: 04/26/2019
UPC: 5060525434396

To Tulsa & Back [2LP/CD]
Artist: J.J. Cale
Format: Vinyl
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Double LP version. First vinyl edition; 180 gram vinyl; gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves; includes CD. A reissue of JJ Cale's To Tulsa And Back, originally released in 2004. The song "These Blues" was used on an episode of Dog the Bounty Hunter. Personnel: JJ Cale - vocals, guitar, synthesizer, banjo, all other instruments; Shelby Eicher - fiddle, mandolin; Christine Lakeland - guitar; Don White - guitar; Bill Raffensperger - bass; Gary Gilmore - bass; Walt Richmond - keyboards; Rocky Frisco - keyboards; Jim Karstein - drums; Jimmy Markham - harmonica. "On his first studio outing in eight years, the mythical Okie troubadour turns in a solid set of his trademark dusty blues tunes. What is not so typical, as with Travel-Log from 1990, is that Cale steeps himself in technology and evokes the moods and frameworks of music that intersect with the blues or stand in opposition to them. The keyboards, drum loops, and horns on this record are as pervasive as the guitars." -All Music

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