To Tulsa and Back: On Tour with J.J Cale (Documentary)

Copyright: Kick Film Production – 2005
Content Source:
Gery Riba
1 hr 32 min
Despite his influence on musicians such as Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Mark Knopfler and others, singer-songwriter J.J. Cale remains a relative obscurity. 
In this documentary, Clapton and his idol, Cale, team up for a concert in Dallas. Along the way, director Jorg Bundschuh gives viewers plenty of time to hang with the laid-back architect of the so-called “Tulsa Sound,” who penned the rock classics “After Midnight,” “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze.

“I’m somewhat prejudiced, since I’m in the film, as the piano player with the Cale Band, but even allowing for that, I still think it’s magnificent. If they allowed me to vote even higher than ten, I would. 

JJ Cale has been an enigma to most of his fans, a mystery, for years. This documentary changes that. The crew from Kick Films really captured the real JJ Cale, not an easy task. I have been playing with Cale off and on since 1957 and the JJ Cale I know is the one you’ll see in this film. 
The DVD has now been released in the USA, on 13 June, 2006 and has been available as a region two DVD in England, Germany and Australia since late 2005. This Documentary is not to be missed!” – Rocky Frisco

Director: Jörg Bundschuh

I do not own the rights for this material! Rest in peace John!

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