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John Cale With TH Twente Band - Solo Performance At Belgium 1983 album

John Cale With TH Twente Band - Solo Performance At Belgium 1983 album

  • Performer: John Cale
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Solo Performance At Belgium 1983
  • Released: 1998
  • MP3 version size: 1837 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1462 mb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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John Cale With TH Twente Band. John Cale With TH Twente Band - Solo Performance At Belgium 1983 ‎(CD, Unofficial). Fire Power, Formula (3). FP-036, FJ-800036.

John Cale - Solo Performance - Vooruit, Gent, Belgium 2/10/83 - excellent audience recording - fifteen tracks (58:35). Reply Notify me Helpful.

John Cale - Solo Performance - Vooruit, Gent, Belgium 2/10/83 - excellent audience recording -fifteen tracks (58:35).

Live at Rockpalast is a two-disc live album by Welsh musician John Cale. It was released in October 2010 on German record label Made in Germany. It was recorded during his two shows for German music television show Rockpalast on 14 October 1984 at Grugahalle, Essen (first disc; with full band) and 6 March 1983 at Zeche, Bochum (second disc; Cale solo with guitar and piano). This concert is missing "Risé, Sam And Rimsky-Korsakov" (Cale, Shepard) narrated by his then-wife Risé Irushalmi.

is a 1983 album by J. J. Cale. It was his eighth since his debut in 1972. After recording five albums in the seventies, Cale moved from Nashville to California, eventually settling in a trailer park in Anaheim. He would record three albums in three years, but by the time was released, he was burned out. As Cale recalls in the 2005 documentary To Tulsa and Back, I lived out on the west coast in the sixties

John Weldon "J. Cale (December 5, 1938 – July 26, 2013) was an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Though he deliberately avoided the limelight, his influence as a musical artist has been widely acknowledged by figures such as Mark Knopfler, Neil Young and Eric Clapton, who described him as "one of the most important artists in the history of rock". He is considered to be one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz.

He produced the Stooges’ self-titled debut album, and made a guest appearance on Nick Drake’s second album Bryter Layter. He started to make a selection of solo records, endorsing a sort of folk pop vibe, and also dabbled in classical music, which led him to compose for soundtracks. Around this time he became a talent scout for Island’s A&R department. John Cale is undoubtedly a performance artist as well as an incredible musician. He was fierce with every single note, pulling these strange faces, as if he were deep in a private world as we watched. Half Past France' was more spoken word, as if it were a sermon in a huge cathedral with the ghosts of the words dancing around the room.

John Weldon Cale was born in Oklahoma City in 1938, but grew up in Tulsa. He learned guitar as a teenager and began playing with various Rock’n’Roll and Western Swing bands, one of which also had Leon Russell on board. After a spell playing in a psychedelic band, he returned to Tulsa in 1967. Carl Radle and the Bramletts began playing with Eric Clapton, and his version of ‘After Midnight’ was a feature track on his big selling self-named solo album in 1970, and the single version went to N. 8 in the Hot100. Now known as JJ Cale, to distinguish him from the Velvet Underground bassist John Cale, he took a while to complete his album in Nashville, and ‘Naturally’ was released in 1972. The album sold well all over the world, partly on the back of Clapton’s global status but it had a unique groove and fine tracks like ‘Call Me the Breeze’ and ‘Clyde’, which would later be covered many times.

Biography by Richie Unterberger. Founding member of the Velvet Underground, then a producer, collaborator, solo artist, and soundtrack composer. John Cale, Bob Neuwir. ast Day on Earth. Inside the Dream Syndi. ohn Cale. Music for a New Society.

Tracklist

1 Thoughtless Kind 2:43
2 Chinese Envoy 3:37
3 Only Time Will Tell 2:20
4 Cable Hogue 3:37
5 D. O. A. 3:18
6 Waiting For The Man 4:05
7 Heartbreak Hotel 5:07
8 Charale 3:04
9 Fear Is Man's Best Friend 3:53
10 I Keep A Close Watch 2:21
11 My Splender 2:24
12 Leaving It Up To You 4:52
13 Amsterdam 10:43
14 Fear Is A Man's Best Friend 3:47
15 I Keep A Close Watch 2:33

Notes

Live in Belgium, October 2, 1983.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FJ-800036 6081054302

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John Cale - Solo Performance - Vooruit, Gent, Belgium 2/10/83 - excellent audience recording - fifteen tracks (58:35)