HomeCountryJJ Cale & Leon Russell at The Paradise Studios, Los Angeles, 1979 Carl February 9, 2016 Country, Rock, Slider Here are two absolute greats: pianist Leon Russell and guitarist J.J. Cale. Cale is one of Eric Clapton’s favorite guitarists and has a big fan in Neil Young. Cale, whose style was called the Tulsa sound, is my estimation is the easiest guitarist to listen to. Here is the set list, courtesy of austinpickers, who posted the clip on YouTube. The set was recorded The Paradise Studios in Los Angeles in 1979: 1.T-Bone Shuffle 2.Nowhere To Run 3.Cocaine 4.Ten Easy Lessons 5.Sensitive Kind 6.Hands Off Her 7.Lou-Easy-Ann 8.Going Down 9.Corine Corina 10.Roll On 11.No Sweat 12.Crazy Mama 13.Fate Of A Fool 14.BoilinΓÇÖ Pot 15.After Midnight 16.T-Bone Shuffle 17.T-Bone Backwards 18.Same Ole Blues 19.Don’t Cry Sister 20.Set Your Soul Free (Tell Me Who You Are) 21.24 Hours A Day The other players in the session are Christine Lakeland — a longtime Cale musician — Larry Bell (on guitar, I believe), Marty Green, Nick Rather, Jimmy Karstein, Bill Boatman and Ambrose Campbell. I am sorry that I don’t know who plays what instrument. Please fill me in in the coment. Here is more on Russell and a tremendous clip from a movie about The Wrecking Crew.