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The Road to Escondido

The Road to Escondido by J.J. Cale
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J.J. Cale

Label: Reprise
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

Danger; Heads in Georgia; Missing Person; When This War Is Over; Sporting Life Blues; Dead End Road; It's Easy; Hard To Thrill; Anyway The Wind Blows; Three Little Girls; Don't Cry Sister; Last Will and Testament; Who Am I Telling You?; Ride The River.


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J.J. Cale: vocals, guitars, keyboards; Eric Clapton: vocals and guitars; Jim Karstein, James Cruce, Steve Jordan, Abraham Laboriel Junior: drums; Gary Gilmore, Willie Weeks, Nathan East, Pino Palladino: bass; Billy Preston: Hammond organ, Wurlitzer piano, Rhodes; Walt Richmond: acoustic piano, Wurlitzer piano & Rhodes; Doyle Bramhall II, Derek Trucks, John Mayer, Albert Lee: guitars; Christine Lakeland: acoustic guitar, background vocals; David Teegarden, James Cruce, Jim Karstein: percussion; Taj Mahal: harmonica; Dennis Caplinger: fiddle; Bruce Fowler, Marty Grebb, Steve Madaio, Jerry Peterson: horns.


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