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Eric Clapton announces JJ Cale tribute album

Eric Clapton announces JJ Cale tribute album

Eric Clapton has announced the release of a tribute album to mark the first anniversary of the death of JJ Cale.

The album, called Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation Of JJ Cale, will be released on July 29 and will feature reinterpretations of 16 Cale tracks, performed by Clapton and Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, Mark Knopfler and more.

Cale died of a heart attack in San Diego last July, at the age of 74.

The tracklisting for Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale is:

Call Me The Breeze (Eric Clapton)
Rock And Roll Records (Eric Clapton & Tom Petty)
Someday (Mark Knopfler)
Lies (John Mayer & Eric Clapton)
Sensitive Kind (Don White)
Cajun Moon (Eric Clapton)
Magnolia (John Mayer)
I Got The Same Old Blues (Tom Petty & Eric Clapton)
Songbird (Willie Nelson & Eric Clapton)
Since You Said Goodbye (Eric Clapton)
I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) (Don White & Eric Clapton)
The Old Man And Me (Tom Petty)
Train To Nowhere (Mark Knopfler, Don White & Eric Clapton)
Starbound (Willie Nelson)
Don’t Wait (Eric Clapton & John Mayer)
Crying Eyes (Eric Clapton & Christine Lakeland)

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