An album by Eric Clapton, J.J. Cale, and J.j.cale & Eric Clapton
J.J. Cale penned two of Eric Clapton's career-defining solo hits, "Cocaine" and "After Midnight." And since Clapton has often fashioned his persona in a WWJD manner (what would J.J. do?), this collaboration is long overdue. But despite the rather slick … see full wiki
This is a very enjoyable CD. Eric Clapton and JJ Cale compliment each other so well vocally and on the guitar. They harmonize so well on the track Danger. Eric's guitar playing is so slick throughout the entire disc. Sporting Life Blues is another highlight on this disc. It has a classic slow tempo blues sound. Dead End Road is a fun upbeat song that really gets me moving. I love the energetic piano and fiddle playing on this song very much. It's Easy is a track about the art of living the simple life. I love the lyrics to this song. Heads in Georgia has a slow sensual sounding quality to it. It is interesting song about how a person's mind and body can be in two separate places. Missing Person is a light fun sounding track about a woman who disappears without saying a word. This song is one of my favorites. Three Little Girls is a sweet song. I love the harmonica playing on this track. Don't Cry Sister is another standout track in which Clapton and Cale harmonize so well together. The Road to Escondido is one of the best musical collaborations of 2006.