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Reviews for ".Oh Yeah Gurl."

BEST COLLAB EVER!!!!!

THEZS IZE HTED BSTAE collaboration EVIRLQ!!

MUZIK

I have this on while gaming the song is addictive :P please send the mp3 out to me if you can.

wow

THAT

WAS THE MOST EPIC VIDEO
I've EVER seen....

Really?

Come on you guys, really, this?

FatKidWitAJetPak responds:

Really

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the British television channel, see Really (TV channel).
This article is about the album titled Really. For a definition of the word really, see the Wiktionary entry really.

Really

Studio album by J. J. Cale
Released 30 November 1972
Recorded April - July 1972 at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama (track 1)
Quadrophonic Studio, Nashville Tennessee (tracks 2-4)
Quinvy Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama (tracks 5,9)
Bradley's Barn, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee (tracks 6,7,10,12)
Moss Rose Studio, Nashville Tennessee (tracks 8,11)
Genre Blues
Length 30:55
Label A&M
Shelter
Producer Audie Ashworth
Professional reviews
Allmusic link
Rolling Stone (favorable) link
J. J. Cale chronology
Naturally
(1971) Really
(1972) Okie
(1974)
Really is the second album by J. J. Cale. It was released in 1972.
[edit]Track listing

All tracks written by JJ Cale unless otherwise indicated.
"Lies" - 2:57
"Everything Will Be Alright"
"I'll Kiss the World Goodbye"
"Changes"
"Right Down Here"
"If You're Ever in Oklahoma"
"Ridin' Home"
"Goin' Down"
"Soulin'"
"Playin in the Streets"
"Mojo" (Morganfield)
"Louisiana Women"
[edit]Personnel

J.J. Cale - guitar, vocals
Barry Beckett - piano
Bill Boatman - guitar
David Briggs - piano
Kenneth A. Buttrey - drums
Jimmy Capps - guitar
Vassar Clements - violin
Kossie Gardner - organ
Mac Gayden - guitar
Gary Gilmore - bass guitar
Josh Graves - dobro
Roger Hawkins - drums
Bob Holmes - harmony vocal
David Hood - bass guitar
Bill Humble - trombone
Jimmy Johnson - guitar
Jim Karstein - drums
Charlie McCoy - harmonica
Farrell Morris - percussion, congas, drums
Bob Phillips - trumpet
Norbert Putnam - bass guitar
Bob Ray - bass guitar
Norman Ray Bass - saxophone, vocals
Don Sheffield - trumpet
George Soulé - drums
Robert Tarrant - congas
Bobby Woods - piano
Joe Zinkan - bass guitar
This 1970s rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

Yep.

It's so lame, it's stupid, and it's so stupid, it's kind of funny. So funny, that I give it zero stars. Kind of decent song, though, although incredibly corny. Only not at all.

0/10, 0/5.

Yours truly,

- ~ K o i r u - k u n ~ -