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Call Me the Breeze (Live)
Performed By Lynyrd Skynyrd
Year 1976
Appears in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
Genre Southern Rock
Guitar Intensity 80%
Bass Intensity 50%
Drums Intensity 60%
Vocals Intensity 40%
Length 5 min 30 sec
Music noicon
Second Helping cover

Second Helping cover.

"Call Me the Breeze" is a song by Lynyrd Skynyrd from their album Second Helping. It was written and originally recorded by Oklahoma Blues guitarist, J.J. Cale. Lynyrd Skynyrd decided to cover it when guitarist Gary Rossington came up with a riff that distinguished it from the original. Cale is famous among musicians, but most people have never heard of him. Eric Clapton covered some of his songs, including "Cocaine", "After Midnight", and "Travellin' Light." This was one of the few cover songs Skynyrd recorded. They recorded another Cale song, "Same Old Blues", on their 1976 album Gimme Back My Bullets. During the sessions for this track, John Lennon came by the studio to say hello.

The live version featured in the album One More from the Road is a playable song in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock in Casey Lynch's setlist.

Star ChallengesEdit

GuitarEdit

  • HIGH SCORE (SINGLE): Aim for a high individual score.

Gold: 182,100
Platinum: 304,600
Diamond: 516,600

  • HIT NOTES: Hit as many notes as possible in the solo.

Gold: 75
Platinum: 100
Diamond: 125

  • HIT HOPOs: Hit Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs without strumming.

Gold: 48
Platinum: 241
Diamond: 492

BassEdit

  • HIGH SCORE (SINGLE): Aim for a high individual score.

Gold: 170,900
Platinum: 187,100
Diamond: 215,700

  • NOTE STREAK: Hit as many notes in a row as you can.

Gold: 281
Platinum: 323
Diamond: 377

DrumsEdit

  • HIGH SCORE (SINGLE): Aim for a high individual score.

Gold: 311,100
Platinum: 361,800
Diamond: 434,200

  • DRUM ACCENT NOTES: Hit as many as possible.

Gold: 80
Platinum: 120
Diamond: 150

VocalsEdit

  • HIGH SCORE (SINGLE): Aim for a high individual score.

Gold: 29,700
Platinum: 41,200
Diamond: 51,800

  • PHRASE STREAK: Earn 'Excellent' ratings to keep your streak.

Gold: 11
Platinum: 16
Diamond: 22

BandEdit

  • STANDARD HIGH SCORE: No duplicate instruments.

Gold: 470,000
Platinum: 875,000
Diamond: 1,450,000

  • NON-STANDARD HIGH SCORE: At least two duplicate instruments.

Gold: 565,000
Platinum: 934,000
Diamond: 1,529,000

  • BANK STAR POWER: Fill the SP meter as much as possible.

Gold: 8.40x
Platinum: 10.70x
Diamond: 12.70x

SectionsEdit

Intro
Verse 1
Verse 2
Guitar Solo 1
Guitar Solo 2
Verse 3
Comp A
Comp B
Comp C
Verse 4
Verse 5
Outro

LyricsEdit

Call me the breeze
I keep blowin' down the road
Oh well now they call me the breeze, baby

I keep blowin' down the road
I ain't got me nobody
I don't carry me no load

Ain't no change in the weather
Ain't no changes in me
Well, there ain't no change in the weather, uh-uh
Ain't no changes in me

And I ain't hidin' from nobody
Nodody's hidin' from me
Atlanta, that's the way it's s'posed to be
FREEFORM
FREEFORM

Well, I got that green light, babe
I got to keep movin' on
Well, I got that green light baby, yeah
I got to keep movin' on

Well, I might go out to California
Might go down to Georgia I don't know
Billy Powell

FREEFORM
Billy boy!
FREEFORM

Well, I dig you Georgia peaches
Makes me feel right at home
Well, now I dig you Georgia peaches
Makes me feel right at home
Yeah they do

But I don't love me no one woman
So I can't stay in Georgia long
Ain't that the truth

Well now they call me the breeze
I keep blowin' down the road
Well, now they call me the breeze
I keep blowin' down the road

I ain't got me nobody, oh no
I don't carry me no load
Oh whoa yeah, Mister Breeze
Thank you, woo!

SongwritersEdit

TriviaEdit

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