J.J. Cale - Cocaine mp3 album
Cocaine" is a song written and recorded in 1976 by singer-songwriter J. J. Cale. The song was popularized by Eric Clapton after his cover version was released on the 1977 album Slowhand. Glyn Johns produced the Clapton recording, which was released on the 1977 album Slowhand. A live version of "Cocaine" from the album Just One Night charted on the Billboard Hot 100 as the B-side of "Tulsa Time", which was a No. 30 hit in 1980.
Produced by Audie Ashworth. If you want to hang out, you've got to take her out, cocaine If you want to get down, get down on the ground, cocaine She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie, cocaine. If you got bad news, you want to kick them blues, cocaine When your day is done and you got to run, cocaine She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie, cocaine.
Troubadour is a 1976 album by J. Cale, his fourth since his debut in 1972. Eric Clapton covered the song "Cocaine" on his 1977 album Slowhand, turning it into one of his biggest hits. Troubadour was produced by Audie Ashworth, who produced Cale's first three studio albums.
Cale - Cocaine Album version. From what I hear, Clapton was nice enough to make it a half-million dollar track for Mr. Cale, which allowed him a lot more freedom in his musical career, which ended in 1980 when he moved into a single-wide trailer without a phone and became a recluse. He described the decade as having been spent "Listening to Van Halen and rap". labelCale labelCocaine labelAlbum labelversion. 2018, and it still looks like Nick Nolte on the cover. Fuck I can't stand Clapton. The bloke suck's more cock than RuPaul during "Dick Night" in the Cabana. Cale on the other hand I rather enjoy. 5 months ago. This song is highly addictive. Fuck me. Clapton just ripped this guy off. Joke.
views 365. Repetition on the radio 232. play. Cale - Cocaine Album version. Now playing: Marshmello Happier. Просто радио - Deep House Radio. Belinda Carlisle Heaven Is a Place On Earth.
|Cocaine (Extended Version)||6:17|
|I Got The Same Old Blues||2:57|
|X13008||J.J. Cale||Cocaine (12", Ltd)||Shelter Records||X13008||Australia||1978|
|X13008||J.J. Cale||Cocaine (12", Ltd, Blu)||Shelter Records||X13008||Australia||1978|