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J. J. Cale, Sensitive Kind, and a sunny Saturday afternoon

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Saturday, early afternoon.

It’s sunny outside.

The second cup of coffee is preparing (it’s my favourite Jacobs Monarch Classic), J.J. Cale’s Sensitive Kind is quietly playing on the Cambridge Soundworks 250D/S700, I lazily read friends’ blogs… That’s a good start of the day! :-)

[Flash player with embedded audio of JJ Cale, “Sensitive Kind”.]

J. J. Cale: Sensitive Kind

Don’t take her for granted, she has a hard time,
Don’t misunderstand her or play with her mind.

Treat her so gently, it will pay you in time,
You’ve got to know she’s the sensitive kind.

Tell her you love her, each and every night
And you will discover she will treat you right.

If you believe, I know you will find
There ain’t nothing like the sensitive kind.

She gets lonely waiting for you,
You are the only thing to help her through.

Don’t take her for granted, she has a hard time,
You’ve got to know she’s the sensitive kind.

Just a few more tracks with JJ, a bit more coffee with milk, and then I may switch to a more active mode, but for now, I like it this way! :-)

[Flash player with embedded audio of JJ Cale, “Don’t cry sister”.]

[Flash player with embedded audio of JJ Cale & Eric Clapton, “Three Little Girls”.]

The sun is smiling at me, I am smiling at the sun… :)

As to JJ Cale — he’s a discovery of Ani and batpep — he was a teacher of Eric Clapton, and I can say only this — great music! In fact, I wonder, how did he not become more famous than Eric C.?;-) (You can find more of J.J.’s recordings on youtube.com…)


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