Magnolia Backing Track w/o Vocals & Lead Guitar


This is the Backing Track without Vocals & Lead guitar from Magnolia Lesson.

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This is the Backing Track without Vocals & Lead guitar from Magnolia Lesson.

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“Magnolia” is a song by American singer, guitarist, and songwriter J.J. Cale, included in his first studio album “Naturally”, released on the market in December 1971. The album also contained other classics from the greatest exponent of the “Tulsa sound” such as “After Midnight” or “Call Me The Breeze”.

The song contains many of the most important characteristics that defined the sound of the J.J. who, though born in Oklahoma City as John Weldon Cale, grew up as J.J. Stall in Tulsa, also in the state of Oklahoma. Some of these characteristics are the simple, simple and direct sound, although very deep, the mixture of styles such as country, blues, rock’n’roll or jazz (in other songs the influence of rockabilly is clearly noticeable), the laid-back and somewhat gloomy atmosphere.

A large number of artists and bands have covered “Magnolia”, among which are Poco, José Feliciano, Joe Simon, Doc Holliday, Lucinda Williams, Shannon McNally or John Mayer & Eric Clapton, perhaps the clearest representative of the “Tulsa sound”. having nothing to do with Tulsa.

– J.J. Cale: Vocals and guitar.
– Tim Drummond: Bass.
– Karl Himmel: Drums.
– Bob Wilson: Piano.
– Ed Colis: Harmonica.

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