Troubadour - J.J. Cale Reviews
Description:Genre: Blues - Modern Blues / Artist: J.J. Cale / Audio CD released 1987-03-16 at Mercury Records Ltd (London) / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Hey Baby 2 Travelin' Light 3 You Got Something 4 Ride Me High 5 Hold On 6 Cocaine 7 I'm A Gypsy Man 8 The Woman That ... more
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