Eric Clapton & Friends’ The Breeze Mini-Documentary Chronicles Making of JJ Cale Tribute Album
Eric Clapton will honor the legacy of JJ Cale with a special collaborative album entitled Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ Cale due out July 29. Beginning tomorrow, fans can watch the mini-documentary behind the album exclusively at Amazon. The teaser is now available to sample below. Pre-orders for the album are ongoing.
The guitarist brought together the likes of John Mayer, Tom Petty, Mark Knopfler, Willie Nelson, Derek Trucks and Don White, among others, to compile a 16-track album of beloved JJ Cale songs. The album’s title is derived from Cale’s 1972 single “Call Me the Breeze.”
The Breeze Tracklist:Call Me the Breeze (Clapton) Rock and Roll Records (Clapton & Tom Petty) Someday (Mark Knopfler) Lies (Clapton & John Mayer) Sensitive Kind (Don White) Cajun Moon (Clapton) Magnolia (John Mayer) I Got the Same Old Blues (Clapton & Tom Petty) Songbird (Clapton & Willie Nelson) Since You Said Goodbye (Clapton) I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) (Clapton & Don White) The Old Man and Me (Tom Petty) Train to Nowhere (Clapton, Don White & Mark Knopfler) Starbound (Willie Nelson) Don’t Wait (Clapton & John Mayer) Crying Eyes (Clapton & Christine Lakeland)